Protecting Yourself on Facebook (Updated)

A couple months ago I wrote about how easy it is for someone to steal your Facebook account in less than 5 minutes. While there will always be risks in security, Facebook has finally implemented support for secure browsing. The best part? It only takes a few seconds to set up, so I highly suggest… Read more »

What Makes A Strong Password

Passwords. You need them everywhere and all the time. To maintain the highest level of security to your information, it is necessary of you to change your password at least once each year. Alas, choosing a simple password will not be good enough with todays ever-growing society of computer hackers. Great news for you- I’ve… Read more »

Making A Bad Day Something Better

“A bad day is just a day where you have been thinking more negative thoughts than positive ones.” Last week, I woke up to what one might have considered a very bad day. It was the first day of the new semester and I was already running late. I sprinted into the shower to wash… Read more »

Giving: The Way Of Receiving

“Giving always opens the way for receiving.” If you want to show your true heart to a loved one, the nicest thing you can do is give without expectations. You know what I mean: share with someone without expecting anything in return. All of us need to receive love, attention, support, understanding, and then some…. Read more »

The Gift of Appreciation

“Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.” I read an article the other day about how people are much more likely to seek the bad in something than appreciate the good that is already present. This happens to us day in and out; you remember receiving that… Read more »

Stealing A Facebook Account In Less Than 5 Minutes

Are you aware how easy it is for even the most novice computer user to steal access to your Facebook/Amazon.com/Gmail/Twitter/Flickr account- in less than 5 minutes? If you aren’t, I highly suggest you keep reading so you can learn how to protect yourself. Websites like Facebook (and the others listed above) require a username and… Read more »

In the Spotlight: Christmas

Christmas is hastily on its way and everything about the season is wonderful! The sounds of the season, the brisk cold air, happiness everywhere. Take a moment to think what (or who) the season is all about. God. Before you forget who this season is really about, stop worrying about all the chores you need to accomplish… Read more »

Facebook

How likely are you to share your passwords openly with strangers you’ve never met? If you’re like me and care about your privacy in the least bit, you wouldn’t want to ever take the chance of letting your information get in the wrong hands. Facebook users should be made clearly aware of the Facebook privacy… Read more »