How To Keep a Man from Ejaculating Too Quickly

Women can easily find themselves in the position of trying to learn how to keep a man from ejaculating too quickly. There are short term in the moment solutions, as well as long term ways that can be followed with great results. Here's a bit of both.

1. "Easy on the touch". In the moment of sexual intimate, realize that the male is going to be very sensitive, and arousing the sensitivity is going to lead to a man ejaculating too quickly. Essentially you want to save it for the main event, and avoid too much touching beforehand. Thats not to say you can not engage in foreplay, just make sure it is light foreplay on your part. Allow the male to devote more time towards you so he will feel as if you are already on the road to climax, since he will not feel intense pressure to last long, so preventing him from ejaculating too quickly.

2. "Easy on the verbal". During sexual intimate do not be "overly verbal". While men do enjoy hearing verbal ecstasies emanating from the female, in the situation of preventing a man from ejaculating too quickly, it's best to not get to verbal. This easily turns a guy on and can really lead to himself becoming overly excited and hence ejaculating too quickly.

3. "Teach him the way". Realize that many guys do not want to take the time to learn how keep from ejaculating too quickly, usually out of embarrassment and sometimes denial. Female partners can become subcontractors by reading online guides and techniques for males, then subtly have your male partner apply these techniques. Practice does make perfect and by acting as a college teacher you take control and create a stronger more erotic and pleasurable sex life.

Source by Chess McDoogle

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David Clark DC Pro-X Headset Review

There’s a brand new aviation headset that’s just recently been released. It’s made by the David Clark company, and it’s called the DC Pro-X. Actually, there are two types of these headsets – an active noise reduction model and a passive noise reduction model. This article will be reviewing the active noise reduction model.

The David Clark DC Pro-X headset is a different type of headset for the company, in that it’s extremely light. Most pilot headsets weigh between 12 and 17 ounces, but this new headset weighs only 7.5 ounces. This can really make a difference in comfort, especially on longer flights.

Another feature that pilots like is the Bluetooth connectivity. A cell phone or an ipod can be connected wirelessly to the headset. This is very convenient for pilots when they need to make a quick call while still on the ground and don’t want to go through the hassle of donning their headset and adjusting it all over again.

It’s also a nice feature to be able to listen to music while flying a long cross country trip. It can help make the time pass more quickly.

The style of the ear cups is known as “rest-on-ear”. The idea is that the ear cups don’t completely envelope the ear and cause discomfort to the pilot’s ears. Sometimes the squeezing effect can cause some real pain after several hours.

The active noise reduction (ANR) technology works well to cancel out surrounding noises in the cockpit. This technology requires batteries, but the DC Pro-X has dual-coil drivers in their mics so communication won’t be lost in the event of battery loss.

Here’s a summary of the pros and cons of the David Clark DC Pro-X:

Pros:

  • Extremely lightweight, good for long flights
  • Easy to use
  • Has Bluetooth connectivity
  • Collapses easily to fit into flight bag
  • Well made – they feel like they’ll last
  • 5 year warranty
  • Excellent customer service
  • Affordable – Priced at $637.00, they’re less than comparable headsets

Cons:

  • Some pilots complain that they don’t block out noise adequately
  • There were also some complaints that the headset didn’t fit over their sunglasses

Because the DC Pro-X was only released a few months ago, it’s difficult to find a lot of reviews, but so far pilots who have purchased them have been quite happy with this newest headset from David Clark. This company has been around a long time and has been producing great aviation products since 1941.

Source by Joseph B Wood

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The Biggest Reality About Social Media

Two groups of people will not like reading this – first, those who are looking for the magic pill to have massive fans. Secondly, those social media "experts" who are pushing their courses and solutions for the magic pill.

But before that, a quick question … do you realize that * almost * everyone is claiming to be a social media / Facebook expert nowdays?

It's interesting because they feel like they know how to use (or play) Facebook, they're labeling them as the "experts". Even many "experts" or social media company are NOT experts, even if they do it for Nestle or Angelina Jolie (you'll understand why after reading this rant).

It's rather simpler to brand themselves as "Facebook experts" or "digital media companies" because these terms are vague – if you call yourself a best-selling author, you need to BE a best-selling author. If you promote yourself as an internet millionaire, then you have to BE an internet millionaire.

Here's the harsh reality – there is no magic pill that will allow you to have hundreds of thousands of fans on your Facebook fan page, period. Read all of the courses you want, attend all of the seminars you need … you will not find that magic pill.

So how do they get massive fans then?

The thing is, unless you are a celebrity or a well-known brand, you will not be able to accumulate the number of fans that these fan pages have. If you are just an ordinary guy (meaning you do not have an Angelina Jolie brand attached to you), you'll have to spend money to get your fans, like buying Facebook ads. And you'll end up a broken marketer if you do not have a strategy in place to monetize on them. Then we have problem # 2 – how to monetize?

There are Facebook marketers who sell their courses by displaying how they helped celebrities or big brands. But come on … do you think it's because of their strategies or because the Starbucks brand by itself AUTOMATICALLY attract people to become fans? You'll be the judge. To give these experts their due credit, even if their strategies are successful, there is nothing special about them – post valuable content, encourage people to discuss about it and share it with others.

Sure, there are so many so called "social media" experts who teach you how to make big bucks with social media. Of course they're doing this! Facebook is a hot trend at the moment and everyone wants to seize the opportunity to make money with it.

But what you should be asking these experts is wherever they have a lot of fans on their fan pages. If you check their fan pages, you'll notice that they do not have so many fans after all.

And if they do, are there any engagement or they're just Likes bought at Fiverr?

It's really funny watching all these Facebook "gurus" or social media "experts" talk about how fantastic their software is and talking AS IF they know about fan page marketing and getting 100,000 or 1,000,000 fans. Then they pitch to you, asking you to pitch to local businesses the same promises! Funny crap.

So there is no real secret to getting a lot of fans on Facebook.

It's either because you are a famous person or a well known brand / product.

For an ordinary man or woman, it will take some time, unless you do not have a problem with spending lots of money.

Of course, at the same time, there are exceptions and these are the rare ones. There are fanpages created by ordinary people that have gone viral and being liked with 100,000 fans. The fact is, in any niche or industry, there will always be exceptions – Harry Potter, Angry Birds and so on. Thousand of authors tried and failed. Thousands of games have been developed and likewise crashed. Make sense?

The Run Of The Mill Fanpage Marketing Advice Taught By The "Gurus" …

If you take a look at what these experts are teaching, you will notice one similar thing. Building a relationship with your fans is always the principle. This is not something that happens overnight. It takes time to build a relationship, establish credibility and all those other good stuff.

Are you up for that? If not, get ready for a major disappointment.

To wrap up …

A Facebook fan page is a wonderful platform but there is not any magic pill that will expand your fan base to 100,000 fans in a short period of time. If you just want to make some money, sure, Fanpage can help you to do that.

So stop thinking how did Tony Robins or Starbucks have so many fans – the answer is because they are Tony Robbins and Starbucks. But here's the kicker … nobody say you can not be a "celebrity" or "brand", unless you're not willing to commit to your own business and start putting up a fanpage to build relationship.

Source by Patric Chan

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Charm Jewelry: It’s Not Just For Kids

Create Heirlooms and Personalized Jewelry in Traditional or Italian Styles

History of Charm Bracelets

Charm bracelets have been popular from as early as 500 B.C., when Assyrians, Babylonians and even Persians wore charms which they associated with special powers. In recent years gold charms and silver charms are becoming popular once again.

Charm jewelry was also very popular during Victorian times in England, when charm bracelets were standard attire among fashionable women seeking spiritual protection and trendy jewelry. Queen Victoria was known to wear charm bracelets containing tiny pictures of family members.

Charm fashions did not become popular in the U.S. until the 1940s, when soldiers often collected gold and silver charms from cities they visited during the war.

Today charm jewelry is most often purchased as a keepsake; many charms are theme based, while others are sentimental in nature, often purchased as a souvenir of a trip or reminder of a special occasion. Charms are even passed down from generation to generation as family heirlooms, often given to children when younger.

Owners may add their own charms to bracelets over time, including those representing favorite places, hobbies and interests.

Italian Charm Bracelets

Italian charm bracelets are slightly different from traditional silver charms or gold charms. Most charm bracelets are fashioned with the charms dangling from a chain; Italian charm bracelets however, are made with the charms soldered to flat links that can be removed from a stretch bracelet. Charms can easily be switched on and off depending on the owners personal preference. Italian charm bracelets are a unique and fun twist on the standard charm bracelet because they are dynamic, fun to wear and trendy. Popular among the young and old alike, these link style charm bracelets are usually made of high quality, hypo-allergenic stainless steel. The actual charms may be fashioned from a variety of different materials including 14 or 18k gold.

Most charm bracelets come in standard sizes, small-medium-large. For Italian charm bracelets these sizes are categorized as follows:

  • Small – includes 17 charm links
  • Medium – contains 18 charm links
  • Large – contains 19 charm links

Traditional Charm Bracelets

Traditional charm bracelets are made of a silver or gold chain with charms dangling. There are literally hundreds of different styles and themes to choose from when purchasing traditional charm jewelry. Some of the more common themes and styles of charm bracelets available include:

  • Beach lover themes
  • Victorian style charms
  • Vintage charm jewelry
  • Memoir or locket style charms
  • Silver charms
  • Gold charms
  • Gemstone charms

Traditional charm bracelets make superb gifts. You can literally find a charm to represent almost any interest, hobby or theme. Sports, animals, travel, landscapes… you name it! In the world of charms, almost anything is possible. Many people enjoy receiving and exchanging charms as part of a hobby or friendship building. Others pass on charm jewelry as part of family traditions. Charm jewelry fashioned with lockets is most commonly the type used for family heirlooms. Perhaps the best facet of charm gifts is that they can be modified at any point in time to reflect a person’s changing interests and style preferences. Bracelets or chains can even be upgraded over time without losing the original charms.

Pricing

Silver charms and gold charms may run anywhere from $2 all the way up to $2000 depending on the materials the charm bracelets are made from. You can purchase chains or starter charm bracelets without any dangles for the $20 or less price range in most cases. Less expensive versions crafted of sterling silver with one charm can be purchased. The more expensive charms are usually gold charms crafted of 18k gold with diamonds and other precious gems embedded in the charm.

Italian charm bracelets $10 to $100 or more depending on the quality and the charms included. Their affordability makes them very popular among younger consumers, who are interested in investing in trendy jewelry that won’t break the bank.

Price will also vary depending on the number of charms that come pre-fashioned with a particular piece of jewelry. Keep in mind that with charm bracelets, you can start with as little as 1 charm or buy into a bracelet that has several charms pre-selected. The choices are literally endless when it comes to charm jewelry.

Building a Unique Charm Bracelet

Anyone can create their own unique charm bracelet, whether Italian style or traditional. If you can’t find something that exactly fits your needs and personality, why not create your own? Crafting individualized charm jewelry is increasingly popular among jewelry fans young and old alike. You can even create your own personalized family heirloom thanks to the versatility charm jewelry has to offer.

Before you begin you’ll need to decide whether you want an Italian style or traditional bracelet; remember that the traditional style holds charms that dangle, while the Italian version has charms that are embedded in chain links.

Once you decide this you can decide on a starter chain bracelet. There are literally hundreds of different starter bracelets to choose from. Consider your personal preferences. Do you prefer the look of gold or silver? Perhaps you like a combination of both? You’ll also want to have an idea of what size starter bracelet you need. Often you can tell this by measuring your wrist. You can do this by taking your thumb and middle finger and wrapping around your wrist. If your two fingers just touch, you’ll probably need a medium. If they overlap, a small charm bracelet will work best for you. If your fingers do not touch, then you’ll likely need a large.

Once you have decided on a type of chain and sizing, you can begin selecting the perfect charms! Consider a theme, charms that represent personal interests, places you’d like to travel to, or hobbies.

Remember that charm bracelets are a fun and unique way of buying or making jewelry that expresses your style and personality in a unique way!

Source by Antigone Arthur

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Radio Broadcasting's Vital Role in Emergencies

Radio broadcasting has a long history; One that goes beyond Tesla, Marconi and Armstrong, and it includes advances in communication and technology, as explained by Radio magazine. Some of the important dates from radio's past are covered on the AmericanRadioHistory.com website. There, one can read about the earliest forms of radiotelegraphy systems.

In fact, early 1920s marks an important date in time of radio telegraph communication: In that time, the basis of public radio network broadcasting and even early TV programming were provided: Scientists were experimenting in 1925 with TVs, to include video content distributed via radio Transmissions on designated channels to a dispensed audience.

Early audio transmission set in motion AM broadcasting on a radio station. To overcome the interference problems of AM radio, stations began to use FM radio in the 1930s as its band provided a more clear-cut audio sound through the air as radio waves from a transmitter to an antenna. It was not until the 2000s that Americans were introduced to digital radio and direct broadcasting by satellite (DBS).

By the 1930s, radio broadcasting and television broadcasting (telecasting) was an integral part of the American way of life.

In the previous decade, the 1920s, early amateur radio transmitted information in the form of Morse code; A series of on-off tones provided communication on telegraph lines, undersea cables and radio circuits for transmitting emergency signals. Radio telegraphy using Morse code proved vital during World War II. Also Mayday calls were made by radio to signal a life-threatening emergency. A fire, an explosion or sinking vessel or aircraft, where announced with a signal transmitted three times in a row ("Mayday Mayday Mayday"); The distress call was broadcasted to reach out for assistance in times of an emergency.

A device dubbed the ham radio was used for amateur radio broadcasting early on; A range of frequencies (set aside for commercial, police and government use only) allowed one-and two-way communication by the 1940s. The ham radio happened to be something of an emergency broadcast system to get the word out to the wider community in the event of an emergency, such as a natural disaster. The SOS (amateur distress call) sent by the Titanic had used a radio ham in April 1912, noted ARRL (American Radio Relay League), the national association for Amateur Radio, on its webpage on "Ham Radio History."

In the 1950s, CONELRAD (Control of Electromagnetic Radiation) was a method of emergency broadcasting to the public; The CONELRAD system (used during the Cold War) was replaced by the Emergency Broadcast System (EBS) in the 60s, which was later replaced with the Emergency Alert System (EAS) in the 90s. Regardless of the name change, each one served as a national warning system for the American public in the event of war or grave national crisis, in addition to local weather emerging. Such broadcasting systems had a vital role in emergencies to quickly provide the necessary alert and message to a community when a catastrophic situation is exposed. In essence, it announced an emergency broadcast response which could potentially save human lives and deliver instructions if an evacuation was required.

To this day, radio broadcasting has been the most utilized media to distribute to the public civil emergency messages.

In history, it has been widely accepted as the mass communication medium for information, especially during times of severe weather and even threats related to wars. In fact, radio communication can be sustained even when other means of communication fail and there is no power. In addition, it is a media everyone has access to. Transmitting real-time warnings to citizens in the event of an emergency proves that communications devices like radios can still be of great importance, today, in emergencies even in the era of computers and mobile devices.

Source by Edward Jules Goodman

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Why Is Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Such A Popular Discussion Topic

Search engine optimization is one of the most discussed and controversial topics on the internet today. Also, it is one of the most misunderstood topics.

In its basic form, search engine optimization (SEO) is act of altering a web site so that it does well in the organic, crawler-based listings of search engines.

Now even this quick to the point definition of search engine optimization (SEO) can lead to spirited debates about the meaning and purpose of SEO.

So the question maybe asked, why is SEO such a popular and controversial topic that causes so much debate within the SEO community and the general internet population particularly website owners? In my humble opinion there are 6 reasons why Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has the popularity that it currently enjoys.

1. Targeted Website Traffic – If you ask the vast majority of website owners and people within the SEO industry what is the most important factor to a successful website business and/or operation. A large percentage of the people will say website traffic and even more specifically targeted website traffic.

Currently on the internet, the largest resource for targeted website traffic on a continuous bases are search engines. On a yearly bases stats show that around 75% – 80% of all purchases made by individuals on the internet originally started as a result of a search at a search engine and the vast majority of people who visit websites usually come via way of a search engine. Numbers so dominate cannot be ignored even by the biggest opponents of search engine optimization. Moreover, because SEO is focused on optimizing websites for ranking success related to search engines, it is only natural that people would be interested in the field and practice of search engine optimization (SEO).

2. SEO Controversy – Search engine optimization (SEO) is one of the most controversial topics concerning internet website operations. The proponents of SEO can say that it provides a viable method for websites to be seen in search engines which is important for any website desiring traffic on the internet today.

However, opponents disgusted with SEO can also say that many websites achieve high search engine visibility without the use of SEO work and that SEO professionals only provide guess work high cost services that provide no assurances for search engine ranking success.

This situation, which has some merit concerning the arguments on both sides, generates heated debates between proponents of SEO and SEO opponents on a continuous bases which is fought out on a daily bases on forums, blogs, websites and newsletters across the internet along with exposure in magazines and on TV.

Simply put controversy produces attention and whether you like it or hate it, SEO really does provide a great deal of controversy. Moreover, as long as search engines play a dominant role in generating targeted website traffic, SEO will continue to be a popular topic.

3. Money – Search engine optimization is a multi million-dollar business. Search engines generate billions of dollars each year through advertising. Websites earn billions of dollars for their owners each year via using search engines either through paid advertisements or organic (free) listings in search results.

It is no wonder with billions of dollars on the table on a yearly bases that anything that can provide an individual or company a competitive edge in the ultra high pace internet world will be a hot topic for discussion and debate.

Moreover, through a combination of perception and reality that highlights search engine optimization as a key to increasing internet sales, search engine optimization is a very popular topic for decision makers within many companies which provides additional attention to SEO in the business world and beyond.

4. No Standard SEO Rules or Regulations – Search engine optimization (SEO) can be described as a modern version of the wild wild west. Basically almost anything can be said or done because there are no formal set standards for the industry as a whole.

Therefore, in a true sense, no one is really right or wrong concerning any thoughts, comments or decisions concerning SEO techniques and/or methods. Right or wrong is replaced by what is considered ethical by individuals and everyone has a unique set of ethics. What one person might consider unethical someone else might consider completely honest, well intended assistance. This is why you have labels such as white hat and black hat SEO within the SEO industry.

5. Search Engines – Search engine optimization was created as a by-product resulting from the development, utilization and popularity of search engines. Without search engines, there is no SEO industry in its current form and format.

As statistics on a yearly bases confirm, the majority of the targeted website traffic on the internet is generated directly or indirectly via search engines and a very high percentage of internet sales are directly linked to visitors coming from search engines looking for products and/or services.

With the dominant role that search engines play on the internet and the fact that the success of search engines depend on the ability to provide accurate and reliable search results to its visitors, successful search engines tend to develop an informal relationship with the SEO industry.

Whereby a certain amount of SEO work on websites tends to help search engines provide what its visitors are looking for which is top-notch search results.

For this reason, sometimes search engines will provide SEO information and SEO recommendations to its visitors directly on the search engines. This helps the SEO industry tremendously by placing the industry in the forefront of the main people that are interested in organic (free) search results which are the search engine users looking for something specific and the website owners who want to be found in the search engine results.

6. SEO Mystery – Almost no SEO professionals will explain what they do regarding SEO work in detail. Some will provide a little SEO information, which is mainly done as marketing efforts for the SEO professionals in forums, blogs and newsletters. Even the e-books and books that are sold only explain SEO in a general nature. Search engine optimization (SEO) is truly a mystery to the average website owner and/or people interested in organic search engine rankings.

This mystery produces a high level of interest regarding the SEO industry and helps feed the popularity of search engine optimization (SEO).

Source by E Brown

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Cosigning A Loan – Personal and Financial Consequences

Perhaps a friend needs to get a loan for a new business or your family member needs a new car or there are unpaid medical bills. If you are asked to cosign for a loan for anyone, you will find yourself with a serious decision. Do you want to make a commitment to repay the loan if the other person fails to do so?

This loan process involves more than just signing a few papers. This is a very serious business transaction. If you are not in a financial position to pay off the loan, in the event that the other party is unable to, there can be consequences that affect your future for a long time. It could hinder your chances to secure a loan yourself.

A number of studies were made to determine the percentage of loans that the cosigner ended up having to repay, because the other person was unable to pay it and the loan went into a default status. The results of these studies were quite disturbing, although the statistics don’t take into account the personal relationship you have with the other person or your own personal situation.

Usually a person can not obtain loan approval because of a low credit score or he may have several other unpaid bills or a history of late payments. It could be that there has not been sufficient time to establish good credit or the person may have started a new job. Whatever the reason or circumstance you have been asked to cosign a loan, it is because you are in better financial shape than the other borrower. The lender must have someone who has a better credit rating to balance the risk presented by the other party’s lack of credit worthiness.

The better credit rating may make you the best target for the lender if the primary borrower fails to meet their repayment obligations. The assumption that the lender may not get compensation from the primary borrower makes the collection efforts point toward you.

As a cosigner, you will be liable for any late fees or attorney fees associated with prosecution of claims. You could also have your wages garnished or you could lose any collateral used as security for the loan.

You must carefully consider what you are agreeing to if you say that you will cosign a loan. If you feel there is any chance that the borrower may not be able to stay with the agreement, you should not sign. You should keep enough funds available to pay the loan off even if everything goes smoothly for the period of the loan.

You must take all precautions to protect yourself in case of default and you must be sure to have the terms of your responsibilities in writing. The details of these responsibilities should be explained clearly and the lender should be told to contact you if the borrower is late with a payment so you can plan how to deal with the situation.

Make sure to do your homework about cosigning and lending policies in these types of situations so you won’t be surprised by any other term or condition of the contract for the loan. You will have to make the final decision of whether or not to cosign. Try not to let your emotions or personal feelings get in the way of sound financial judgment.

Source by Joseph Kenny

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How to Protect Your Passwords Properly

Looking back at last 20 years (I am writing this in 2014), use of systems and passwords has become an unwanted but unavoidable requirement in our daily life. We always require to stay atop of many forms and layers of online protection of our sensitive data. Some examples where we need to use passwords, pass phrases, identifiable pictures etc. Are banks, schools, credit cards, emails, work login, work search, kids account, entertainment, communications, and more and more. As far as the number goes, all these requirements are increasing and as far as complication goes, they are becoming increasingly complicated in nature to use and manage.

20 years back, I had only two account passwords that I had to manage. One email and one bank account. Today I manage over 200 online safety memory chips including for me and for my family! (Wow writing this makes me feel safe! Really ..?)

Again, 20 years back I could put in 6 alphabets or numbers and it was considered a safe, secure password. Today, I have to use alphabets in lower and upper case, numbers and special characters with the strength indicators showing strength of the password as we are typing it to understand how strong and safe the password is (in case case is a cyber crime to crack Down the passwords.) Many companies will not let me use the parts of my name in the password. Then I have to associate my account to an image and keep the image in mind. Further I have to answer some security questions (typically from 3 to 5). To add even more, every now and then I need to associate and confirm my account with a cell phone number! Then there is separate 4 digit pin for bank ATM's etc. Even my voice mail has a 6 digit pass-code!

Talk about complexity! Talk about memorizing!

Is the technology helpful to protect our sensitive data? Yes! Has the technology complicated the issue and pushed us way more to manage in terms of passwords, security etc.? Yes!

So how to manage these complications. Here are some do's and don'ts for it.

Do's

1. Use long complex passwords.

2. Generate and use random passwords yourself.

3. Keep your passwords in an isolated safe file. Write if you want. Even better is to spend a few bucks to have a dedicated drive, USB etc.

4. Use limited login attempts at all the allowed institutions. It basically means after 3 or 2 or 4 (whatever the set number is) unsuccessful log in attempts, your account will be automatically disabled and you will have to go either personally or call to prove your ID and then get your account reinstated. It seems annoying in the beginning but it is a great tool to protect your ID in the long run.

5. Answer security questions in a non traditional manner. Example; Name of the first dog. Traditional answer: whiskey. Non traditional answer: Ihadnodog.

6. Always keep the current back up out of your computer such as in a USB drive.

7. Many experts suggest to use copy + paste rather than typing in the web forms, so follow it when you are logging in.

8. Have a real complex master password for any file that you might be using to store and protect your sensitive information such as passwords, security questions etc.

9. Often change your passwords. Update your record if you are managing it.

10. Always have a working anti-virus program installed. Run the program every few days in manual mode.

11. Delete the accounts you no longer need.

Don'ts

1. Do not use any online system to save and protect your data. It might be chrome or internet explorer provoking you to 'remember' your login information. It may be a service provider tool as Norton protection. I personally call it a third party dependency and it can restrict, corrupt or disintegrate any time. Your passwords and other information is lost without any back up in this case and worst case now all of it can be available to someone else as well ..

2. Never use same password for more than one log-in portfolio ..

3. Do not use easily guessable passwords such as: abc123, 123ABC, 0123456789, XYZ etc. Cyber ​​crime computers attack through the internet and try thousands of password combinations in a minute. They can easily guess the easy passwords and log into your account. The damage can take a-lot to repair in this case !.

4. Do not use a computer to generate random passwords.

5. Do not give access to unknown apps through social media.

6. Avoid using public computers in libraries, schools, restaurants, hotels, etc. If you do have to use it, un-check the "remember me" option before you log-in and clear up everything after use such as cookies, history etc. Make sure you are allowed to clear it and you are not violating any public institution policy.

7. Sharing a password is usually prohibited so do not share your passwords.

Creating and managing as per these guidelines will help you protect your accounts and data safety for a long period.

Source by Subodh Sharma

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SMS Daycare & Gaming

Using the Physical World as a Game Board.

This is not Kinky Day Care! SMS stands for Short Message Service.

If your children carry cell phones, or if you have an extra family phone you can let them borrow for the day. This is a good way to get a break and run the kids all over the neighborhood.

The Treasure Hunt. Come up with a few locations around the house or the yard and create hints to explain each location. It's better to have three or four hints for each location. I usually put a card with a number on it at each location. This will help you know if they actually made it to the location. You do not have to use the cards or "PostIt Note" if you do not want to. Once you're setup, get the kids ready.

Page them with the first hint. It's always nice to have your hints as short as possible. You should have at least three hints, from hard to easy. This would also depend on the age groups your working with. Now you get to sit back in the hammock in the backyard while you keep the children busy! It's a great way to take a break.

You can make up as many location as you want, but sometimes they get a little frustrated after about five or so locations.

Always have a prize of some kind at the end. Maybe a candy bar or a trip to the ice cream store.

When they find the first location. They are to page you and give the number you wrote on the card or Post It Note. (The numbers should not be in order, ie 1,2,3 etc. You can use anything you want. Backyard "). At that time, you page them back with a Congratulations and the next hint. If you have more than one cell phone in the group, you will be able to setup teams. You have to be fair as far as which message you send to each group, (hard, medium, or easy hints). If I have more than one group, I'll send them in different directions so they can not cheat off one another. If group number 2 is ahead of group 1, and I give group 2 an easy hint. Be fair, when group 1 gets to that hint; Give them the easy hint first. If they still need help, I'll shoot the others to them also.

I like the easy way to keep kids busy. And it's even fun for you too. If the children are older, you can have them running all over the neighborhood and you can use up to ten or more locations if you like. If they begin to get tired, you can always skip to the last location where the prize might be. So you might be ready with as many locations as you can think of. You can always use them on the next hunt.

It all depends on who you're doing this with. Some kids get bored after 5 locations; Others are still ready to go after 10 locations. The age groups do not matter in this situation. Have fun.

Email me with any new or better ideas on "Creating your own breaks". Thank you.

Source by Robert Lett

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4 Major Questions to Ask While Interviewing a Magento Developer

The key to success of your online store lies on how efficiently you can build it. User-friendliness, functionality, SEO-friendliness and a number of other factors are responsible for the success of your online website. Thus, choosing the eCommerce platform is a critical phase of development. Magento is the most powerful platform and recommended choice of developers for eCommerce development. However, things certainly become more productive when you choose the right Magento developer for your eCommerce website as well.

Skill set and knowledge of a developer greatly affects the efficiency of a website and thus, while interviewing a developer it becomes crucial to check its credibility rightly. Keeping this in mind, here are some of the important questions to know before hiring a developer.

Question 1: Is your company experienced in Magento eCommerce development?
One of the major questions to ask a developer is whether he has a fair experience to work with Magento development projects or not. Magento is typically a complex software which, certainly requires relevant experience to make sure that the project does not get stuck in the middle while addressing the technical challenges. Keep in mind, that the developer has sound experience to work with different types of projects and stay ready to face various technical challenges.

Question 2: Is your work process focussed on quality?
Quality is something of greatest importance while building a Magento online store. Thus, while choosing the right developer for your web development project, it is ideal to keep a note of the QA methods adopted by him to test the process of quality management. Furthermore, you can look for the certificates and accreditation achieved by the developer to know about his level of credibility.

Question 3: How effective is your mode of communication?
Effective communication is a major requisite to carry a smooth relation between the development team and stakeholders. Thus, make sure that they have an effective communication mechanism to connect with their clients. Starting from the first project meeting to its delivery, constant communication with the project managers, development team and account managers is necessary.

Question 4: Do you offer post-development support?
Post-development support is important to deal with the bugs and issues before the eCommerce site goes live. While considering complexities of this platform, it makes the right sense to have extensive support for your post development needs such that you do not need to suffer from and functionality or technical issue in the future course.

Developing an eCommerce store powered by Magento is certainly a daunting task as this platform requires deep technical expertise. Thus, even for making minor changes and improvements, the skill set of a developer is necessary.

Source by Rob Stephen

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