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Take a bite out of Shark Week

After three decades, hundreds of shows, and thousands of pointy teeth, Shark Week 2018 celebrates their milestone with all-new jaw-dropping shark stories. Tune in (maybe with a chum?) and catch shows featuring unexplored locations and gain extensive insight into the mysterious world of sharks.
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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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TDS employee volunteers at home and on the road

Alan Leopold is a TDS employee whose volunteer efforts go well beyond average—volunteering when he's close to home and when he's on the road. From North Freedom, Wis. to Knoxville, Tenn., to Bend, Oregon, Alan's having an impact.
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Can you spot the phish?

Each phishing attempt can look different from another. Some may include a link, others may have a malicious attachment, and another may simply ask you to reply. With the huge variety of methods out there, are you really sure you can spot a phish? Test your spotting skills by looking at six different emails we’ve received over the years.
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Seeds of inclusion

Here at TDS, we strongly believe the concept of a diverse and inclusionary workforce—and are making strides to make that happen. Check out this recent story in ISE Magazine about our latest efforts.
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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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Cheap Tunes Tuesday: Kid Rock

Devil Without A Cause was released in August of 1998. Praised for its ‘eclectic’ sound, the album has aspects of arena rock, country, heartland rock, metal and hip-hop. Sales were incredible, backed by lead single “Bawitdaba.” The album was certified platinum within six months and has been called one of the best of all time.
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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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Raul (left) volunteering with Habitat For Humanity

Meet Raul Carozza, Volunteer of the Quarter

Congratulations to Raul Carozza of TDS Telecom for his selection as Volunteer of the Quarter! Volunteering is a labor of love for Raul. Since 2012, he and his wife have been providing monthly community breakfasts to homeless and low-income families in the Madison, Wisconsin area.
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