Today we mark the passing of one of the greatest minds of our time. Stephen Hawking has died at the age of 76. His book A Brief History of Time helped millions of people grasp the origins of the universe. I read it for the first time when I was 15 years old. A friend had gifted it to me before i had ever really knew and it was then I began to realize the limitations posed by the body we are tasked to explore the cosmos with is no match for the three pound suspended inside of our skulls.
Everyone should be listening to podcasts! Though that begs the question, what exactly *is* a podcast?
If state lawmakers don’t pass permanent ride sharing legislation, the future of ride sharing in Pennsylvania will have an uncertain future. Read why Ride Sharing is so important to Accessibility.
On July 7th, Pokémon GO was released to the US. I've played it every single day sinceand it ishelping me reach the fitness goals set by my Apple Watch.
All Macs and Windows programs come with a little forgotten menu that offers some of the best answers for a plethora of how-to questions, technical quirks, and helpful guides.
It's not often mainstream devices take into consideration those who are not upright on two feet, and yet Apple has put Research and Development efforts into giving real fitness tracking ability to millions of individuals who are confined to a wheelchair.
Customer service is becoming a bigger focus for big companies, and if you want to be successful, should be at the heart of any online business model.
As smartphones become loaded with more powerful features and functionality, some of these features remain unexploited. Fortunately users of Android 5.0 (Lollipop) and 6.0 (Marshmellow) can access these additional features to get more from their smartphone or tablet.
When I’m not working, writing, or reading, I spend a lot of time with family in front of my 40” entertainment center and Apple TV. The newest generation of Apple TVs have the added benefit of apps outside of content watching. Today I wanted to highlight my favorite apps I use on the Apple TV.
Disability Accessibility is one of those areas that is rapidly accelerating online, though is still a really big problem in the physical world. There have been countless occasions where I have been out with family and friends where ramp access or accessible entry ways are nonexistent. Johnny's Pass focuses on rating public places based on different categories of accessibility.
Running a successful online campaign and providing the products and services you specialize in can be a lot for one person. Fortunately, a virtual assistant can offer help in these areas—because the internet is what we specialize in!
According to the Autism Society website this month is aimed at “ensuring acceptance and inclusion in schools and communities that results in true appreciation of the unique aspects of all people. We want to get one step closer to a society where those with ASDs are truly valued for their unique talents and gifts.”
There are plenty of articles out there on how to kick start your 2016 resolutions, though follow-through can be the hardest part of any project or aspiration. Developing workflows and "stick-to-itiveness" is a must. These 5 (or 6) apps are helping me push toward personal and professional growth this year.
These are my most utilized apps listed in no particular order with an explanation on why they are awesome.
There is a lot of fantastic mainstream wearable technology coming to the forefront of our daily lives. Recently introduced wearable devices such as the Pebble, Android Wear, and Apple Watch have received a lukewarm reception from the general public.
A great rule of thumb is to aim to stand, walk, or stretch between 1 to 5 minutes every 15-30 minutes every hour. I've taken the liberty to list the suggestions from the video here. If you're looking for some visual cues on how to sit and set up your desk, check out the video.
Cyber criminals develop new ways to trick people into downloading their software. Methods of attack are always changing, and as always in these cases it is a cat and mouse cycle. However, taking precautions can keep computers free from infections.
In the day and age where more and more things are taking place online, using your dog’s name to log into your Netflix and bank account are sure fire ways to make yourself an easy target for identity theft
Now the question is, how do we make our online lives more secure without adding too much friction to getting into what we want?
When it comes to computer issues nothing is more disconcerting than waking up one day and that computer you have had for 5 years stops booting... what then?