Monthly Archives: September 2014

Predators work full-time to find underage kids online – Keeping children and teen safe online

              As technology changes, online predators have “upped their pursuit” of under-aged  children.  Sexual exploitation of children is a world-wide issue, however I found the graphic on this map from Toronto quite compelling.  The … Continue reading

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Bomb threat at Grosse Pointe North High School – Online Safety and Social Media Responsibility Tip for Parents

Classes at Grosse Pointe North High School were delayed this morning after the school’s administration learned of a bomb threat at 7:00 a.m. made by a current student via social media. Police directed the school’s administration to clear and close … Continue reading

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Gender Diversity in Technology: Why “Awakening the Mature Geek” and targeting older women to re-career into the field of technology is essential to diversity in corporations

The lack of females in the technology industry is the new “hot topic,” but it’s an old issue. As an African American Female in technology, I appreciate the discussion around this issue, however it’s going to take much more than … Continue reading

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