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Summer art fun for kids in Madison, Wis.

Are you looking for something free, fun, and educational to do with your kids this summer? Check out Art Cart and Art Cart EXTRA! These programs—run by the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art and sponsored by TDS—bring free art projects (designed for children ages 3+) to parks and playgrounds in Madison, Wisconsin and the surrounding areas.
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Gear for your picturesque paddle

The days are getting longer and warmer, which means your nearest lake or river is also heating up. This summer, as you set off on whatever adventure is calling you onto the water, make sure that you are prepared to get wet, while keeping your electronics dry.
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Facebook Messenger used to steal money and identities

Has one of your Facebook friends or family members ever sent you a private message requesting money or your social security member? If you’ve gotten one, well, chances are, he/she is likely not really your friend or relative.
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Control what your kids watch this summer through Parental Locks

School’s out for summer, which means you may not always be in the same room as your kids when they’re watching TV. The good news is you can still make sure they’re not tuning into something you wish they wouldn’t thanks to TDS TV’s parental controls.
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Russian malware attack and what it means for TDS customers

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is asking more than 500,000 Americans to reboot their routers. This is because hackers infected consumer-level routers used in homes and small offices with malware. The incident is believed to be a Russian military-related hacking and has affected half a million routers and storage devices in 54 countries, including the United States.
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TDS employee traveling for a greater purpose

Giving back is an integral part of the culture at TDS, which is why the company created its Be Good Citizens program. This program provides employees with 16 hours of paid time off every year to volunteer. Recently, one TDS employee took this program beyond serving her local community and used her Be Good Citizens hours to volunteer in another country.
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What’s Up With My WiFi?

Every day I speak with TDS customers from around the country who have questions about how their Internet service works. Our mission today, should you choose to join me, is to explain some common misconceptions regarding wireless technology and arm you with some of the tools you can use to combat them.
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Internet job scams: how to spot common red flags

In many ways, the internet has made searching for a new job easier than ever, but it has also made the process more dangerous. Scammers troll the internet in search of easy victims they can target with job scams. Find out what red flags you should watch out for as you search for new opportunities.
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How to make every day Earth Day

How long it takes for a plastic water bottle to decompose? Believe it or not, it takes 450 years or more. In 2017, the average American used 167 plastic water bottles, but only recycled 38 of them. Since plastic takes hundreds of years to decompose, these bottles and other forms of plastic waste find their way into oceans and landfills across the globe, endangering the lives of humans and wildlife alike.
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Cozi TV launching in Southeastern, Wis.

TDS TV subscribers in the Milwaukee area: you’re about to get more bang for your buck! If you live in Burlington, Elk Horn, Johnson Creek, New Munster, Waterford, Watertown, Wind Lake, or Wheatland, you’ll find a new channel in your line-up starting on April 10th—WIWN, Cozi TV.
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