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Join Off The Shelf radio talk show host, Denise Turney, and Kirill Storch, CEO of Electric Webb, Saturday, February 21, 2015 at 11am/EST to gain practical steps that you can take to use your smartphone to promote your books. Is your website smartphone or mobile device friendly? Find out. Log into the Off The Shelf Radio chat room to post your questions. We love answering your questions LIVE on the air!
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Tom Gagliano debuts his latest book on parenting. Thomas Gagliano, author of the best seller, “The Problem Was Me”, a motivational speaker and respected leader in the field of self-help therapy has just authored his second book: Don’t Put Your Crap in Your Kid’s Diaper (Amazon CreateSpace, August, 2015). Thomas challenges parents to take ownership of and deal with their own crap thereby decreasing its negative impact on their children and families. His advice is dispensed with humor and examples from his own experience as a son and a father.
In Don’t Put Your Crap in Your Kid’s Diaper, Gagliano opens with a simple admission; When we [parents] think we’re doing our best, it can be unpleasant to hear someone say we can do better. Parenting may be the most difficult responsibility any of us will undertake. Even our best parenting efforts have distortions and can be improved. This book will help parents recognize which areas of their parenting skills are strong and which areas need attention as well as giving parents the tools to keep them on track.
Let’s face it; families today are met with challenges that generations before were not. More frequently both parents must work, having less time than ever to nurture their own intimate relationships and to parent. This often leads to grandparents and extended family members becoming primary caregivers. One-third of grandparents today are asked to step into the role of parent. Additionally, electronic entertainment by way of smartphones, video games and computers occupy much of our children’s attention. Families have become disconnected.
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Lori is responsible for leading SmashFly’s global marketing and bringing best-practice marketing principles to the recruiting process. With 20 years in high-tech marketing, communications and strategy, she brings deep experience in creating demand for new product categories and growing startups into category leaders. Previously, Lori was Red Bend Software’s EVP of Marketing where she helped grow the company into the leader in mobile software management deployed in 2 billion smartphones. Prior to Red Bend, Lori ran marketing for General Dynamics’ $3 billion IT services division, and served in various senior marketing roles at venture-backed startups including Indus River Networks, which was acquired by Enterasys Networks in 2001.
'Upfront and Straightforward' Host Alan Roger Currie leads another one of his 'Open Forum Discussion' Topics, this time centering on many men's preference to use desktop computers, laptop computers, tabliets, and/or smartphones and smartphone-related apps to connect with women and set up dates.
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At Least 100 Students Involved in Sexting Scandal at Colorado High School.
At least 100 students at a high school in Cañon City, Colorado, exchanged nude photos of each other on their smartphones, PEOPLE confirms.
Officials only plan to press charges if “absolutely necessary,” Fremont County District Attorney Tom LeDoux said, adding that it’s possible no charges are filed at all.
But it could take a month to sort offenders from victims, Cañon City Police Capt. Jim Cox said: “We’re not out to hang every kid. We don’t want the victims to think they did something wrong, but we do want to know what happened.”
The students involved, some of whom are as young as 13, used “vault apps” to share the photos with each other, authorities said. One such app looks like a regular calculator app, but when a user types in a code, it takes them to a hidden page where they can store photos, videos and other personal information. We explore Apps that you have no idea they are on your kids phone.
The social media phenomenon is barely a decade old, and is in a state of constant transformation. Changes in computer hardware and operating systems have had a huge impact on how we access social media. The switch from pc's to tablets and above all smartphones has transformed the landscape, which in turn has had a huge impact on its economics. In today's episode we will analyze these developments and their impact on politics.. Plus we will take a look at some of the top news stories this week.
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This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes returning guest Curtis Bennett of thermoguy.com to update us on all the newest developments when it comes to the unseen, unheard, unfelt technological dangers moving in the air around us.
Over the last 15 years, we’ve seen a meteoric rise in mobile technology. As laptops and smartphones have moved to dominate our technological landscape, we’ve needed to create support for their connectivity to the internet. Now it seems it is more difficult to find a spot without wifi than one with it.
Iron Bow's Dan Klanderman shares his thoughts about telemedicine and telehealth and how organizations are innovatively solving the issue of the "last mile" in rural areas. Many in America not only do not enjoy high-speed broadband access, but many also do not have any Internet access at all, but smartphones and mobile connectivity are creating opportunities for those people to take advantage of some telehealth solutions today.