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Three apps to start your day off right

Has the cold weather started to get you down? Are you feeling groggy and slow in the mornings and overdosing on coffee to compensate? If this describes you, you’re not alone—but you don’t need to stay stuck in low gear until spring. Instead, reach for your favorite mobile device and give these apps a try.
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FOX negotiation update

We received many responses to our email about the Fox negotiations. While we couldn’t answer every one, we heard you! We wanted to give you a quick progress update.
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WJXT negotiation update

St. Marys TDS TV customers, as we mentioned previously, we’re negotiating with WJXT in earnest because our contract ends on December 31. Despite our best efforts, the station is telling us we may have to take the broadcast down. Get some details about why this may happen, and what options are available to you.
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Gifts your college student really wants this holiday season

The simplicity of a college kid’s wish-list can make them the hardest to shop for come holiday season. Chances are, your college kid has two items tops on their list: sleep and money. While I encourage you to give what you can (mainly time to sleep after finals) these non-tangibles exactly won’t fill up a gift box. As a college student myself, I have gift ideas every person my age would be thankful for.
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Westworld is binge-worthy television

On the surface, Westworld is fantastic plot-driven television, but beneath it are many layers. It can get pretty cerebral, but in a very good way. The show explores themes of technology, history, and even consciousness. With the first season wrapping up, we think there are plenty of reasons to binge-watch this show in time to watch the finale on Sunday night!
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What to do if you’re a victim of a data breach

Unfortunately, in today’s world, data breaches happen. Companies and websites get hacked, or scammers trick people—maybe even you—into revealing important information. If you think your data has been stolen, your first step shouldn’t be to panic. Instead, take a deep breath and follow these steps so you can regain control over your information and minimize any potential damage.
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Hacked personal devices shut down the internet

On the morning of October 21 parts of the internet went down. That’s right, the internet. How'd they do it? They used other people's internet-connected devices (maybe yours!) to carry out a certain kind of attack. Find out what you can do to protect your devices.
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Smile! Photo Sharing Apps to Capture Every Moment

Whether or not we want to admit it, summer is over and holiday season rapidly approaching. And you know what that means: photo opportunities! With the invention of the camera phone, we are taking more pictures today than we have ever before. Never fear—here are the top three photo sharing mobile applications for the photos we want to share with a select few people, and for the pictures we want to backup just in case our phone suddenly dies or goes missing.
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Cyberbullying Awareness and Prevention

As we dive deeper into the digital age, younger children now called “technology natives.” But, despite being familiar with this brave new world, they’re still susceptible to the potential harms new technologies can bring—including cyberbullying. Because October is National Bullying Prevention Month, it a great time to check in with your teens and pre-teens and applyHere are ways to help prevent your child from being cyberbullied or cyberbullying others:
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Fantasy sports 101

For those of you who are lost and confused when your co-workers, friends, and spouses talk about their fantasy team, look no further to get the inside scoop. And for those of you who think you have mastered the game, keep on reading because there is always room for improvement.
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