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Author Archives: Irene
In my last post, I shared the account of my recent email and Facebook hack attack. Now, it’s time to get to the nitty gritty—the relevant details that might help you and me prevent future digital identity theft and account … Continue reading
Last Friday afternoon, my email and Facebook accounts got hacked. I’m talking H – A – C – K – E – D. As I dashed to run no more than 40 minutes’ worth of errands, identity thieves—mostly likely from … Continue reading
Show of hands: Who finds this quote highly relevant…and slightly convicting? I had to put my hand down to continue typing this blog post, but suffice to say this thought by Ben Franklin hits the mark with me today. My … Continue reading
Hello all! Stamps.com sent me a courtesy post featuring 5 ways small businesses can use technology to save money. I thought the list was pretty handy, so here it is for your reference. Are you already using any of these … Continue reading
I recently saw a post on Facebook by a friend who stated that, though he has an MBA, he was going to have to learn to manage people through good ol’ life experience. In that moment it struck me. Maybe the … Continue reading
Did you know that 28% of inactive email subscribers will become active during the holidays?* Suffice to say, if you’re in the business of selling stuff that people want to buy come Christmastime, ’tis the season to prepare for increased … Continue reading
Ah, we Americans… Here we go asserting our independence again! Our national economic woes have led many of us…me included!…to do the ol’ bootstrap, become-our-own business thing. Thanks to the capabilities of technology, an evolution of what the market needs … Continue reading