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How Three Generations Deal With Technology


 

Do you remember the first time your dad asked you what social networking was all about? You thought that was just a passing interest and laughed off. You were not laughing anymore when your grandma befriended you on Facebook. You were definitely all serious when you suddenly realized you had to fight for your computer time with everyone in your family. So what is it? Why is everyone suddenly so interested in technology? And by everyone I mean all three generations there are: Baby…

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Top Eight Most Annoying Things That People Can Do On Facebook


 

Facebook is great. It can do so many things like help you get in touch with an old school friend or find a way to connect to your teenage son or daughter or meet someone special or even get a job. That is why everybody loves it. However, there are also things we wholeheartedly hate about it.

If you are one of those people who use Facebook each time they get access to their computer or iPhone, the things listed below might sound familiar. You might have even done something like…

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Top Ten Grammar Mistakes People Usually Make


 

Here are top 10 common grammar mistakes that people of all ages often make in their resumes, essays, term papers, blogs, or even bestselling novels. Although none of these mistakes is fatal in nature, should it appear in an important document, it can destroy the impression of the reader. Hopefully, the rules below will help some of us avoid making such mistakes in the future.

Who vs. Whom

‘Who’ performs the action. The action is performed ‘to whom’, ‘for whom’, by whom’ etc….

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Five Main Pitfalls to Avoid for Students Who Use Social Media


 

Unwillingly, until proven otherwise, social media has sneaked into many aspects of our lives without us even realizing it. Today social networks are the main communication tool that successfully removes any geographical, social or cultural bounds. With the help of social media, people can study, work, make new business and personal contacts and start relationships.

However, not all of them realize just how careful and discreet one should be when using social networks. The…

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Debunking Myths About College Life


 
What do people, who are about to go to college, feel like? Thrilled tremendously, burning with excitement and eager to take this big step in their life. However, before launching on such a life-changing venture, it is a good idea to try to learn more about what is expecting you on the way. The statistics show that many students experience something like “Paris Syndrome” within their first weeks of college when their expectations start clashing against the wall of reality. It might…

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Beware Kids! Here Comes Your Mommy!


 
The Education Database Online has recently released a somewhat shocking report, which says that over half of parents who join Facebook these days, do so because they want to keep closer track on their kids’ online activities.

Long gone are the days when our parents were too shy or digitally inexperienced to use social media networking sites like Facebook or Twitter to see what was going on in their children’s life. The best they could do was to ask someone more tech-savvy to…

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Tips on Increasing Parental Involvement In Children’s Education


 
We are great parents. We attend all meetings, volunteer for the school fundraising events and help organize trips for the whole class. We take care of our children, make sure they are safe, warm and fed, urge them to do their homework and don’t allow to spend too much time watching TV. What else can we do to show our involvement and support for our kids?

Your kid’s teachers might have a few interesting suggestions on this one. Here are four things they wish parents would…

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How to Avoid the Main Pitfalls of Working from Home


 
The rapid growth and advances in technology have greatly increased the number of people who choose to work from the comforts of their home rather than crowd confined office spaces and feel stressed out by the often hectic and rigid office environment. And it’s true indeed: when you work from home you don’t have to worry about getting stuck in a traffic jam on your way to work or having to be nice to colleagues you don’t like.

Working from home is definitely a great opportunity…

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Powerful Body Language Tips to Help You Get Control over Any Situation


 
Body language is an important communication instrument that not many people can use properly and to their benefit. This non-verbal communication tool helps convey and perceive unspoken messages that people give unconsciously. If you master this, you will be able to succeed in everything you do, be it business or private life.

Today we will discuss some of the most interesting and relevant body language tips that effective leaders use. Learn to control your body to take full…

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Problems You Might Face As a First-Year College Student


 
College experience is made up of so many things, so many opportunities, people and, of course, challenges. Students, who know how to avoid these pitfalls, will enjoy college life to the fullest. Today we will discuss some of the most burning problems that modern day university and college students face and possibly give some useful tips on how to overcome those concerns and make your college time truly unforgettable.
 

1.Financial stability.

 
In these tough economic…

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