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Back-To-School Tech Safety 2017: Part I

YEA! Summer’s over and the School Year is about to begin! It’s time to hit those sales, pay those band bills, and cart the kids to pre-season practices!

It’s also a good time to get the household ready, technology-wise, to be a safer and more secure environment for our families. There are a lots of […]

Black Friday, Christmas, and Tech 2016:
What Parents Need To Know – Part II

Part II of a multi-post series. You can find Part I HERE.

One thing that is certain about Christmas: A ton of video games are destined for Santa’s gift sack!

The game industry knows this and plans the release of games, game systems, and accessories with an eye to the end of the year. That’s […]

TUMBLR: What Parents Need To Know

Lots of young females like Tumblr, the “superblog” platform. In fact, recent Pew Research indicates that 23% of teen girls use Tumblr compared to only 5% of boys. It’s popular because very easy to set up your own blog and add content. Plus, it is easy to find other people’s content on their blogs and […]

Christmas and Tech:
What Parents Need To Know –
Part III Streaming TV

Have you cut your Cable, yet?

Lot of folks are doing that these days since there are so many options for getting the content you want. Not only do we have the old standbys like NetFlix, Hulu+, VUDU, SHO, Max GO, and Amazon Prime, but more and more networks and premium services are starting their […]

Christmas and Tech:
What Parents Need To Know –
Part I Cell Phones

WOW! The Christmas displays are up and getting filled for Black Friday!  That must mean that Halloween is right around the corner!

But, it also means that parents are beginning to buy Christmas presents for the kids.  Therefore, Tech Safety has to be on our minds! What should parents be considering?

Let’s see!

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New Seminar: “THE TECH-SAFE HOME!”

Knights’ Quest is pleased to announce a new Internet/technology safety program for parents:

THE TECH-SAFE HOME™!

THE TECH-SAFE HOME™ is a new program to educate and equip families on the dangers posed by pornography and predators.  These no longer enter the home only through the family desktop computer but arrive through:

Laptops Tablets eReaders Smartphones Streaming […]

Protecting YOURSELF From Online Porn!

Most of my writing deals with protecting our children from accidental, or intentional, exposure to online pornography. As you may have read, I am a big fan of filters, especially OpenDNS and Net Nanny.

As with all types of filters you have to have an administrator login and password in order to manage them. So […]

Filtering Your Home Network via OpenDNS: What Parents Need To Know Part II – Using OpenDNS

OpenDNS Web Site

You might want to read the first in this series: Filtering Your Home Network via OpenDNS: What Parents Need To Know Part I – What is OpenDNS?

Ok, now that you have decided to use OpenDNS to filter your home network (possibly for FREE!) the question comes up:

How […]

Filtering Your Home Network via OpenDNS: What Parents Need To Know Part I – What is OpenDNS?

Most parents want to protect their children from inappropriate and harmful material on the Internet. The problem is: HOW?

Well, it boils down to two battlefields: Your home Internet connection and network, and….everywhere else!

With devices attached to your network, either by cable or WI-FI, you can filter out inappropriate web-based materials in one of […]

Securing the iPad: A Step-By-Step Guide

Unless you’ve been on a submarine for the past few weeks you have heard about Apple’s latest game-changer:

The iPad™!

After playing with one for a couple of weeks I have go to tell you that “game-changer” is not an understatement! I feel no fear in “prophesying” that the iPad will soon become the delivery […]