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Use Google SafeSearch tools to keep your family safer online this summer (and all year long)

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If you live, work or play around children who could have access to your internet-connected devices, this post is for you. There’s a safer way to allow those who are not ready to be exposed to adult or otherwise inappropriate content to surf the web. When you use Google as your primary search engine you can enable Google SafeSearch. Here’s how:

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Skype video message now available for all users, send and receive unlimited messages for free

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Today, Skype announced video messaging is now available to all Skype users. Users can send and receive unlimited video messages for free. And now video messages are platform agnostic, they can be received and viewed on any platform or device running Skype.

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HOW TO plan your social editorial and content calendar [VIDEO]

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In 2013, I was excited to announce Google+ PR Expert Hangouts as part of the Google+ PR Community. As part of these efforts I threw my hat in the ring to share how I plan and execute on social editorial calendars for Tracky. Here you go!

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One of my favorite parts about #2013CES? Learning about #personalTV and chatting it up with #Panasonic

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As part of my official Cox Communications’ CES Social Correspondent duties I had the opportunity to jump on stage at Panasonic’s Live@CES stage. Hosted by the uber smart and talented Cali Lewis (@calilewis) and joined by panel guest Amber Osborne (@missdestructo), we talked CES, women in tech and our favorite innovations. My favorite part about CES was learning more about the future of television from Cox and Cisco and just how personal it’s becoming. Here’s a clip from the interview where I share my thoughts on the personalization, synchronization and socialization of TV:

 

You can watch the interview in its entirety, here: