The first vision that comes to my mind when I think of a hacker is the mysterious loner, wearing a hoodie twenty-four hours a day, drinking energy drinks by the gallon, and staring at fifty computers at once. I either seen too many movies or my vision is correct. Think of Chris Hemsworth in the movie, Blackhat; he sometimes fits this description.
In reality most hackers use sophisticated hardware and software to do the heavy lifting. Some hackers work for the government, some are loners but most are a group of people who communicate and help each other.
Monitoring your child’s phone may seem like an invasion of privacy, but you have to keep in mind the opportunities and accessibilities kids have to indulge in inappropriate behavior, or be exposed to inappropriate content. Keep reading if you want to learn how to monitor and control your child’s access to technology.
I spend a lot of time on the computer, writing plays, and working on my blog; life is so much easier for me when I double and triple check facts using the library databases.
EbscoHost is a wealth of information with all the different sites I can access. ERIC is a database which has all sorts of educational literature, an ebook section which is mainly nonfiction books, and many databases under this one name.
Twenty years ago, Laurie Halse Anderson felt driven by a voice in her to write a book about a young girl who was raped just before she entered high school. This book was Speak. It sparked much controversy and many conversations about the trauma of rape and rape culture.
Spring is probably my favorite time of year. The feeling of freshness in the air, rain cleansing my soul, the newness of everything…this is why I love spring. How has this time of year been celebrated by others?
Never miss your favorite author’s new book again! Did you know you can get an email alert when they have just published a book? Or maybe you want to be notified when the newest book on your favorite topic comes in – say crafts, cookbooks, or American History.
So let me first start this out with the fact that, at first I was slightly embarrassed by my obsession with K-Pop. And I use the word obsession because that's exactly what it is. Clearly I'm no longer afraid to express my love of K-Pop. Why you ask? Because it's awesome! Like no joke, the best thing in existence. So let me to take you to the beginning:
I’m letting the world know for the very first time: I am an introvert and I’m proud of it! Introvert is a misunderstood word in our society. The extrovert is what people love to see; an outgoing, gregarious person. Schools have arranged classrooms into circles and work places have open areas to facilitate ideas to hone in on the skills of the extrovert (this isn’t a ne