Articles in the category Social Tips

Here’s a Handy Travel Checklist for Spring Break 2017

It’s nearly Spring Break — that beautiful time where you get to take a chunk of time for yourself and travel to a warmer locale so that you can have a chance to get over the winter blues and start looking forward to nicer weather closer to home. Whether you’re going to Bermuda, the Bahamas, […]

5 Ways to Maintain Privacy On Social Media Apps From an iOS Device

Have you ever thought about your personal information being shared by social media apps? Many iOS users post and share lots of personal information on social media unknowingly, which in turn makes them vulnerable to hackers, phishing scams and identity theft. Recent digital breaches in privacy have left many more aware about maintaining privacy on […]

5 Ways to Backup Your Social Media Accounts

As the internet technology continues to evolve, more threats are also being faced by active users. A classic example is the hacking of social media accounts by people who have fraudulent intents. As such, it is a must for social media users today to be extra vigilant and to protect their accounts at all times […]

It’s 2016: Is Being On Your Phone At A Party REALLY Rude?

It’s 2016. Is browsing your mobile phone at a party really all that rude? It used to be rude to ignore a phone call. Now it seems the tables have turned—answering a call or sending a text is considered rude in certain company. But that recent piece of social etiquette already seems to be changing in […]

5 Things We Can Learn From Teens on Instagram

Teenagers make up one of the most prodigious users of Instagram, and we grown-ups wouldn’t be amiss to take a few notes from them. I’m not kidding. with a plethora of photo-editing apps and options and their fingertips, they’ve lifted Instagramming into an art form on its own, their galleries an array of manicured, curated […]

Travel Tips from the World’s Most Dangerous Cities, Part One: Mogadishu

Learn about the world’s most dangerous cities, and what precautions residents and travelers take to protect themselves. Part one: Mogadishu, Somalia.   n front of me are copies of Herman Melville’s Moby Dick, Tolkien’s The Hobbit, and Homer’s epic poem The Odyssey (the wonderfully condensed Samuel Butler translation, if you’re wondering). All three are hailed […]

Up Your Smartphone Photography Game With These DIY Hacks [Video]

Selfie monopods getting you down? Yearning for the days of ingeniously hardcore hands-on approach to photography? Fret not, because we’ve got something that could give your smartphone phone photographer street cred a big boost. (Or, you know, just give you some cool skills to use in your photography.) The really cool folks at Cooperative of […]