How much screen time is too much for a child? Should you let your children have a smartphone or tablet? What age is appropriate to introduce them to technology?
Do you believe you just don't have an intuitive sense of math? Sadly, this is the case for many people. The reality is that math is learned with practice. No one is born with a math gene making them more intuitive than others.
If you're trying to learn a new skill, you wouldn't want to waste your time learning from someone with sub-par experience. No, you'd want to learn from the very best of the best to ensure you're getting a quality education.
Mac users know why they love Apple. Of course, there are limitations. An entire universe of shortcuts is unavailable to the average user.
Working from home is going to be a reality for more people than ever. With Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announcing that his employees will be working remotely for an extended period of time (and even permanently, in some cases), the workforce is rapidly changing. More companies are certain to follow suit.
Creativity is one of our most unique features. We can dream up gods and demons and give them form through drawing. We can even take a two-dimensional surface and bring our ideas to life in three dimensions. It only takes a little training for our giant imaginations to blossom on the page.
Postural problems can lead to all sorts of problems, from back, hip, and neck pain to heartburn and digestive issues. Over time, balance problems, insomnia, fatigue, and even jaw misalignment can emerge. How you carry yourself matters.
"Buy low and sell high" is great advice, but how do you accomplish it? While the stock market can be unpredictable, it's not a complete enigma. There are patterns to watch for that can make you a successful trader.
Celebrities and influencers learned how to leverage Instagram's platform to build their brands. While some effortlessly amassed a following, many had to do the legwork to reach a vast audience. Understanding their secrets will help you grow your own following.
As sheltering at home orders ease up, we still have to remain respectful of social distancing. Camping is one of your best options. You'll avoid the crowded beaches and trails while still soaking up nature. Right now we can all use some fresh air and sunshine.
You might know the feeling: the sinking stomach that informs you something terrible has happened. You click on your trash bin. Nothing is there. Your hard drive has been wiped clean.
The term "hacker" often has negative associations attached to it, yet the world is in dire need of professionals with hacking skills. White hat hackers are ethical computer hackers that use their hacking skills to pinpoint network vulnerabilities and patch them up before they can be exploited by the bad guys.
Do you ever feel as if your mind is running away from you? What if you could map out all of those thoughts into a coherent map that helps you make sense of your reality? Well, now you can.
Tax season is always stressful, especially for entrepreneurs and small business owners. Rather than wait until March to get your finances in order every year, learning how to keep track of your expenses is a valuable skill that saves you and your business time, money, and plenty of anxiety.
Confused by TikTok? Trying to grow your Instagram fanbase? Aiming to create the perfect Facebook ad? Growing an audience might be challenging, but with the right strategies, it is possible — and fun.
Microsoft Excel is one of the most powerful programs for modern businesses. By allowing you to manage, sort, and analyze large collections of data, Excel provides an essential service for any company interested in using the power of data science to its advantage.
Let's face it: standing out in the digital world is challenging. Graphics platforms are either cumbersome to learn or produce generic stock art. A better solution is needed.
Adobe sets the standard for graphic design. Since launching its subscription-based Creative Cloud in 2011, Adobe has consistently updated its suite of applications to serve the needs of the modern designer.
We all know the stress that a ringing phone causes these days. Should you pick up that unrecognizable number? More often than not, it's a bad decision. You hear the automated message and hang up. Or worse, a real human asks you about your day before trying to sell you something.
Before the internet, acquiring enough data to analyze was challenging. Now we have the opposite problem: a deluge of data makes trying to sort through it nearly impossible. That's where data science comes in.
Have you ever gotten into a taxi in a foreign country and had trouble expressing where you want to go? Or tried to ask a waiter what's in the dish you're eyeing on the menu? Perhaps you just want to know what's happening in another country, and the news outlets don't offer a translated edition.
For over three decades, Microsoft's landmark program, Excel, has helped businesses accomplish tasks and problem solve quickly and efficiently. Whether you're a budding entrepreneur or navigating a remote career, Excel can help you apply your business skills at a higher level.
We all know how volatile the stock market is, especially during times of crisis. That does not mean that the market is impossible to gauge, however. Day traders are trained to read charts in order to recognize market trends and price patterns, giving them the insight they need to make their trades as profitable as possible.
Since its release back in 1988, Microsoft Office has been the top client and server software suite for businesses around the world. Office's domination is thanks to both Microsoft's extraordinary foresight and their continual updates and innovations to ensure that companies always get what they need.
There is so much information in the world that trying to make sense of it all can be daunting. That's where data analytics comes in. By learning how to inspect and model data, you can take large data sets and transform them into highly valuable information that can take any business further.
Working from home is already challenging. Add the threat of a cyberattack into the mix, and the situation gets even hairier.
Over half of all Americans have listened to at least one podcast, and that number is growing every year. With over one million podcasts and 30 million episodes in existence, there's no end to discovering new voices expounding on a range of topics.
The cognitive benefits of learning a new language are many: it helps your memory, sharpens your mind, makes you a better problem-solver, aids in your understanding of your first language, and even helps you become a better multitasker. Your appreciation for the culture you're studying also expands.
There's a lot of résumé writing happening right now. While it's a confusing and frustrating time, you don't have to wait to search for new opportunities. Maintaining a clear head and being proactive in your next career steps are two qualities that are necessary at this moment.
If you're one of the many professionals transitioning to working from home amidst the current pandemic, there's a good chance you're now realizing how far behind your at-home setup is compared to what you had at the office.
You never want to stop learning. Whether you're facing a career pivot or want to better understand the vocation you've chosen, there's always room for growth. The most successful workers are those who make education a lifelong pursuit.
Communication is an essential skill for successfully launching products. Whether you're developing the latest and greatest app or trying to get ahead of a large data science project, effective communicators are always in high demand.
You've spent untold hours playing your favorite games. You know what you love. More importantly, you know what can be improved upon. The distance between vision and reality is not as far as you think. You just need a bit of training.
While sheltering at home has its downsides, one lesson we're all learning is how interconnected the world is. In that sense, it's a wonderful time to satisfy your curiosity about other cultures. There are many means of education like exploring music, cuisine, and fashion, but few things are as effective and beneficial as learning the native language.
As we settle into our new normal, this extra time provides a perfect opportunity to learn new skills. Speaking a foreign language is a great way to expand your cultural boundaries while also training your brain. Not only will you pass the time more effectively, but you'll also be doing something positive for your health.
One of the greatest trends to emerge from this period of home isolation is the live concert broadcast from bedrooms and living rooms across the planet. Though public gatherings are on hold, you can still impact people with your music and mixes. In fact, it's helping many people get through this confusing time.
Producing professional video can be expensive and time-consuming. Green screens are cumbersome and require a lot of space, whereas dialing in the perfect lighting comes with its own challenges. For people working on a budget and space constraints, achieving the ideal background can be a nightmare.
With everyone sheltering at home, gaming is even more popular than ever. And it was already popular. In 2019, mobile gaming was valued at $64.4 billion, PC gaming brought in $29.6 billion, and on the desktop, $15.4 billion. There are now over 2.5 billion gamers on the planet. That's a lot of playing.
We've become accustomed to new models of learning over the past generation. What once required classrooms and chalkboards now only needs a laptop and an internet connection. At this moment, with much of the population staying inside, eLearning has never been more necessary than now.