Data privacy is on our minds like never before. In a relatively small amount of time many of us have gone from carrying out our daily transactions in person to conducting them digitally. We pay energy bills online, conduct banking online and interact with friends online. All these transactions leave a trail of data as we go. While it is often promised that this data is secure, it can also be used by undisclosed third parties.
You’ve probably heard that great ideas can come to you in the shower — it has even been scientifically proven. Nevertheless, you probably waste more time enjoying yourself than you do having epiphanies. While you should take your breaks, here are five ways to get a little more done during your downtime.
Android: Cal, the feature-packed calendaring app from the team behind Any.DO, launched for iOS back in July. Now it’s available for Android, bringing the same sharp looks and great features, including syncing for Google Calendar and Exchange.
Don’t know how to do CPR? The American Heart Association has some advice for you, in the form of this one minute video.
You’re reading this because somewhere along the lines, you spent more than all of your money. You may have failed to control your impulses. Or maybe you were unprepared for the unexpected and ended up with so much debt from medical expenses that you’re struggling to get by. Whatever the case may be, you have debt, and it needs to be eliminated.
Food may be the best vehicle for learning a new language. After all, we all have to eat, and cooking and eating with others engages all of our senses. This free course from MIT teaches basic Italian, Italian culture and cooking for the Mediterranean diet all at the same time.