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Have you ever thought what you would do if something unexpected happened regarding your health and you were unable to continue to work to create an income?
Have you seriously considered the possibilities of having no income due to unexpected circumstances? If your answer is no, you will want to hear what our guest, Jeanette Taylor has to say.
Jeanette was caught off guard when she was diagnosed with a terminal illness and had to resign from work. She found herself without an income and still had to pay her mortgage and maintain her daily life including living with a disease that threatened to take her life.
Jeanette turned for help to our Social Security Disability System to assist her. After many years of working and paying taxes into Social Security thinking she was entitled to support…Jeanette was left without an income for over 5 months. Find out from Jeanette what happened when she contacted her Congressional Representatives and even The President.
Even though this may not be where you are in your life today, and God forbid it ever is, this is an important topic to discuss. Jeanette never suspected her health would be compromised or that she would be unable to provide for herself. She was not prepared for the unexpected…but she wants you to be.
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If you have a story you would like to share, or if you know of resources that are available to others who may be faced with these unfortunate circumstances, please send your information to firstname.lastname@example.org We want everyone to know what resources are available and what can happen when the unexpected happens.
This week on Social Geek Radio, Deb Evans and Jack Monson will review the new book The Art of Social Media by Guy Kawasaki and Peg Fitzpatrick. The book will be released December 4 but you can get an exclusive sneak preview Wednesday night at 8pm ET / 7pm CT!
Are you sitting on the fence about starting your own business? Can't seem to take that first step! Tune in Thursday December 18th at 6:00pm (EST) and be inspired by Tiki Bennett; she says working a job is okay but it won’t take care of your family in the future. Owning your own is the KEY to breaking the cycle of passing debt down to your family. Tiki will share tip on how to prioritize your time for success. After working in the IT field in Project Management for over 20 years, she was laid off in 2011 and was out of work for 18 months, that time out of work helped her realize that there is no security in job security. Today she is a full time employee, full time student, and working a business from home with one of the leading health and wellness companies in the world but her main goal and focus is walk away from her job 2015 after working her business for only 2 years.
Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com) and Founder of the Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition (www.gullahgeechee.net) will recap the 18 years of the Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition on this episode.
Disya da we sho, Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio!
Today Dave and Ryan are talking about the new harmonious relationship between SEO and Security. Google announces HTTPS as a ranking signal and we talk about what it means for your ranking in 2015.
In short Google is saying you should have an SSL or secure socket layer on your site, and it will help give you an SEO boost, that is great because it gives you a security boost as well.
Too many times Security (the proverbial "redheaded step child") gets ignored due to the inconvenience of it. Finally getting some love from Google, I feel Special! :)
Need an SSL Cert, you can get one here.
Starting in 2015, users of Google’s Chrome browser who visit an HTTP site will receive an alert that the site may not be fully secure. Initial alerts will simply mark a non-HTTPS site as having ‘Dubious” security but at a future date, Chrome will start labeling such sites as ‘Non-secure." - See more at: http://www.eweek.com/cloud/google-chrome-browser-to-warn-users-of-sites-that-dont-use-https.html#sthash.avEEWpUE.dpuf
Patick Poole is a national security and terrorism correspondent for pj media.
Our next guest will be discussing a topic that I think we will all benefit from. Arthur Evangelista, affectionately known as Dr Art, holds a PhD, is a Vietnam-era veteran, and is a graduate of the U.S. Army Military Police Academy. Just a short intro to which I'll add that he is proficient in community preparedness and security operations.
This episode, Dr Art will be hitting on these topics:
1) Why Prepare ?
2) Psychology of Preparedness and Security
3) Considerations for Preparedness Planning and Group Security
4) Community and Groups…everyone contributes
5) Skill sets required for:
Medical, Security and possible Resistance, Intelligence/Communications Information, Food, Water and Irrigation, Waste Disposal, Children and the Infirm, Housing/Shelters, Long Term needs (foods, planting/harvest), Education, Psychological, Logistical, Mobilization, and rebuilding after-the-fact. Socio-political issues.
Check out Dr Art's Web Sites: www.communitypreparedness.yolasite.com and http://www.survivaldoc.com
As always your questions and comments are encouraged and welcomed.
Your weekly music therapy is here! Hosted by The Coalition's own Tag Team Champions of the World, Mr. Friday Night Dennis Ford, and "The Mouth" Lee Peer, The Asenal of Sound brings you some of the best music you need to hear! From our great friends such as Renegade Smith, Ghostryder, Cirrus Minor, Payday Monsanto, Lady Mavrick, and so many more in the "Truth Music" scene, to jambands and independent artists that will blow your mind, like Consider the Source, Unknown Hinson, and more! Music you need to hear, music with a message! End your week fighting alongside the Arsenal of Sound!
Co-hosts Deb Evans and Jack Monson are very excited about Social Geek Radio's 200th episode and plan to deliver a big BANG. They decided their special guest needed to have a big personality, deep experience in the digital space and someone the audience would enjoy.
So .... they invited Robert Caruso, Founder/CEO Social Resolve, LLC Bundle Post. Robert was recently recognized as one of "The World's Top 40 Social Marketing Talent" by Forbes "From among more than 500 social sales experts, these are the 40 most influential marketers who clearly understand how to use social media and the vast amount of available data to influence the buyer's decision making process." http://go.shr.lc/1nszvyi
Tune in Wed 11/19 5pm PT/8pm ET to learn more one of the top 40 most influential marketers of today!
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More so than just absolute threats to workstations or servers, security threats and risks posed to a network can have even graver consequences. For example, if your network perimeter goes unprotected, malformed data packets can enter in, which can lead to Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. Also, an exposed network can allow for all types and kinds of malware, spyware, and adware to enter in, bringing your network and everything on it, to a screeching halt.
What can you do to protect your network? In today's podcast, we learn about a new solution called 'GlassWire'. It is a network security tool, and consists of the following features:
1) Visual Network Monitoring;
2) A Network Time Machine;
3) Alert Systems;
4) Bandwidth Usage Monitoring;
5) Remote Server Monitoring;
6) Internet Privacy Protection.
Tune in and learn how to protect your network!!!
Many community activists are calling for some kind of boycott during the holiday season in order to protest racial injustice. Some point to the successful Montgomery Bus Boycott as an example of how withdrawal of financial support can force necessary social change. But others say that the wrong message was sent with the efforts to desegregate buses in Montgomery: What should have happened is that African Americans should have used the money they saved to buy their own bus company. With that thought in mind, what would happened if communities hired their own private security company? Would that eliminate conflicts with racially biased city police officials? How much money would participating citizens have to contribute? Are there any existing companies that people trust to police their communities instead of the city police? Are enough communities organized into or neighborhood associations that are able to legally hire a security company to patrol their streets?