Once it is online, consider it public

I recently ran across two articles (see below), which reminded me why I post so little personal information online. Once you’ve put something online, you’re trusting that site to both respect your privacy and be secure enough to protect your information. Given all the counter examples, why on earth would you believe either, much less …

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Workshops Accepted for OurTrueColors

I got back yesterday evening to notice that two workshops I submitted for OurTrueColors – a statewide conference for LGBT youth here in Connecticut – had been accepted. Guess I don’t get to relax just yet after all. 🙂 At least I have until March to prepare. Workshops Accepted: Exploiting Technology to Further Your Mission …

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