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Online Safety for Parents and Children

  My boys are active on the Internet. I’ve worked in tech for over 20 years and now speak about managing your digital life and technology risk. Recently, I discovered there is no training at some schools for children about online safety. This isn’t true for all schools, but it is for the one my children attend. So I started

Weeks to Live: Motivational?

If you knew how many weeks you had left to live, would it motivate you to accomplish your goals? Would you be stressed at the perceived time left? I read a post at Reddit titled “made for myself, thought of you. Weeks left perspective“. The article shows an image with circles for each week you’ve lived. The idea is you

Kicking off 2014 – The Places We’ll Go

2013 was not a fun year for many of my friends and acquaintances. In fact, the “13” may cement “bad luck” in their minds. I don’t subscribe to the thought that a year or some other arbitrary classification of time truly has an effect on us or something magical will change when it ends. However, its handy for us to

Great Book on How to Think About Life

I picked up Clayton Christensen’s book, “How Will You Measure Your Life?“, after reading a bit about it online. He’s already proved he’s a thinker with “The Innovator’s Dilemma”. There are so many reviews and stories from that book, they can’t all be quoted here. If you’d like to read a great book about how to think about life without being

Jump Off a Perfectly Good Building

  I’ve signed up to rappel off of the Big Blue building in downtown Lexington. Yes, 410′ in the air. In order to be allowed to jump, I need to raise at least $1,000. The funds benefit the Boy Scouts of America, Bluegrass Council. You can learn more at http://bravetheblue.com/ . This is a once in a lifetime opportunity. I’ve rappelled

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