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How To Make A Windows Computer Startup Faster? – High PC Booster

Computers tend to get slow with time and usage. It also affects the booting time or Startup of the computer. The slowing up of the Startup the Windows can happen due to variety of reasons including accumulation of junk files, malware or virus infection, unnecessary programs and other reasons. But you should not worry, as there are several ways by which you can make your Windows computer Startup faster. Read further to learn about these quick and easy steps to optimize your Windows Startup. For detailed guidance on this topic, contact our High PC Booster Support team.
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Cyberlearning Community Report: The State of Cyberlearning and the Future of Learning With Technology – The Center for Innovative Research in Cyberlearning (CIRCL)

Cyberlearning Community Report: The State of Cyberlearning and the Future of Learning With Technology – The Center for Innovative Research in Cyberlearning (CIRCL) | Computer Security | Scoop.it

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Why Buffett Will Never Bet Against America

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Investment U is the educational arm of The Oxford Club. It is a free financial education website that provides cutting-edge research and financial suggestions for all levels of investors.

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How To Identify And Remove Computer Virus iCodec? – Ultraheal Blog

iCodec is one such highly damaging spyware that can be dangerous to the security of your system. It is a variant to Spyaxe, Zlob and VirusBurst and can cause serious disruptions to computer systems and can also lead to identity theft. Read further to learn how you can identify iCodec spyware on your computer and effectively remove it.
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William Pesek: Billionaire Son's Grab win should worry Japan

William Pesek: Billionaire Son's Grab win should worry Japan | Computer Security | Scoop.it
Japan's richest man aspires to be remembered as the "crazy guy who bet on the future." There were many tempted to agree with the crazy part in Decembe

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Custom Brochure Design is the best way of direct marketing where you can attract the customers.

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Empathetic Engagement | Speakers encourage understanding through innovation

Empathetic Engagement | Speakers encourage understanding through innovation | Computer Security | Scoop.it
This year particularly, among the museum staff and with the public, we're talking a lot about empathy," Segerlin reveals. "What does empathy mean and how can empathy help us understand each other better? Especially when talking about art, because each person has their own perspective and experience with an artwork or when they're in nature. We wanted to bring in speakers that would help guide the community in thinking about [that]."

That outlook is shared by Anthony Sumlin, a volunteer council member for Artinfusion advisory programming. Sumlin says part of what he enjoys about the Speaker Series is the way it allows people to get out of their "echo chambers" -- where it's easy to tune in only to messages that resonate with how one already thinks and feels.

 

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Posted: March 25, 2018


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Empathy looking at others through their eyes

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The word empathy entered the English dictionary in 1909 when the British psychologist Edward Titchener translated the German word einfühlung. He defined empathy as “feeling into”. Titchener was working with the German psychologist Wilhem Wundt at Leipzig University. Experimental psychology was emerging as a new branch that studied how people see their world and how they respond to it.

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How To Activate Windows 7? – Max PC Experts Blog

As a new user, when you choose to install Windows 7 on your computer, you either get a pre-activated copy or you have to activate the Operating System manually afterwards. There are various ways to manually activate Windows; one of them involves activating it with the help of internet. Read further to learn about this method in detail.
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How To Remove Kaspersky Internet Security From Computer? – Ultraheal Blog

Kaspersky Internet Security is one of these well known antivirus programs that are used by millions of users worldwide. However the users are never satisfied with one product and want to change one product for another. If you are planning to uninstall Kaspersky Internet Security from your computer, in order to install another antivirus program of your choice, read further to learn how you can perform this.
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How To Change Your Default Browser In Windows? – Max PC Experts Blog

Those people who like to work on Windows must know the infamously ignored default web browser, Internet Explorer. Though it has some innovative features, it is generally used by users to install some other web browser. These users then choose between Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera and other web browsers, often making one of these as their default browser. Read further to learn how you can change your default web browser in Windows.
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Facebook Suspends Cambridge Analytica, Firm That Exploited Its Data to Support Trump Election Effort

Facebook Suspends Cambridge Analytica, Firm That Exploited Its Data to Support Trump Election Effort | Computer Security | Scoop.it

"Cambridge Analytica and others accused of violating terms and illegally using personal data to fuel a 'culture war in the US.'"


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"Last night Facebook’s deputy General Counsel Paul Grewal said in a blog post that Cambridge Analytica, a UK-based data and analytics firm centrally involved in the pro-Brexit and Trump campaigns, had been suspended for violating its policies. According to the post, University of Cambridge professor Aleksandr Kogan passed data obtained from a 'personality prediction' app (thisisyourdigitallife) to Cambridge Analytica and others for political targeting purposes during the 2016 election campaign."
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8 Needs For Project-Based Learning In The 21st Century :: TeachThought

8 Needs For Project-Based Learning In The 21st Century :: TeachThought | Computer Security | Scoop.it
We tend to think of project-based learning as focused on research, planning problem-solving, authenticity, and inquiry. Further, collaboration, resourcefulness, and networking matter too–dozens of characteristics “fit” into project-based learning. Its popularity comes from, among other characteristics, its general flexibility as a curriculum framework. You can do, teach, assess, and connect almost anything within the context of a well-designed project.

But what if we had to settle on a handful (or two) of itemized characteristics for modern, connected, possibly place-based, and often digital project-based learning? Well, then the following might be useful.


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In 1977 Warren Buffett Gave His Youngest Son $90,000 Worth Of Berkshire Hathaway Stock. His Son Spent It All On Recording Equipment :(

In 1977 Warren Buffett Gave His Youngest Son $90,000 Worth Of Berkshire Hathaway Stock. His Son Spent It All On Recording Equipment :( | Computer Security | Scoop.it
According to Warren Buffett's youngest child Peter, his father has imparted a more lasting legacy on him than the money from his multi-billion fortune ever could.

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Spy poisoning: Corbyn says UK must still do business with Putin

Spy poisoning: Corbyn says UK must still do business with Putin | Computer Security | Scoop.it
Labour leader says UK must still deal with Russia despite "all fingers" pointing to it over spy attack.

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How to Plan A Successful Marketing Campaign with Adobe's New AI

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Adobe’s new tool, Master Plan, uses AI to plan and implement successful marketing campaigns. Here’s what features marketers are the most excited about.
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Plogging: the fitness craze that's sweeping the streets | Books | The Guardian

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It’s time to embrace the Scandinavian trend for picking up litter while jogging – even if the word ‘plogging’ is a bit rubbish

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How To Boost The Performance Of Your PC For Gaming? – High PC Booster

Gaming world has changed a lot since its inception, with newer level of graphics and game play being introduced each passing day. The computers nowadays need to be upgraded to handle the heavy requirements of current computer games. Read further to learn how you can boost the performance of your PC for gaming purposes.
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Don't Miss Windows Movie Maker (Best Free Video Editing Software)

Don't Miss Windows Movie Maker (Best Free Video Editing Software) | Computer Security | Scoop.it
Don't miss Windows Movie Maker! Download Windows Movie Maker to easily and quickly create your video and share it with friends and family.

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Why leadership means empathy for others  

Why leadership means empathy for others   | Computer Security | Scoop.it
Leaders who lack empathy cannot truly call themselves leaders. The very act of leadership requires you to have the ability to feel and understand where others are coming from. It is the ability to mindful of others feelings, be conscious of peoples’ walk of life and most importantly be able to feel what others are […]

 

Here are some tips to help you build and display empathy to those you lead:

1. Practice on active listening. Truly listen to people around you. Listen with the intent to hear and not to reply.

2. Pay attention to non-verbal cues. Most communicative processes are done non-verbally. People say more with the body language and tone of voice than they do with words.

3. Empathy requires that you care. You cannot lead effectively if you do not care about the wellbeing of others. Validate people’s feelings that showing and stating that you care.

4. You should have a natural emotional reaction to the suffering of others…if you do not, then something is blocking your ability to feel, which will ultimately affect how you relate to others.

 

 

 


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How To Test RAM Of Your PC? – High PC Booster

If you are noticing that your computer is running slow or it is taking unusually long time to boot, it might indicate that you may not have enough RAM on your computer. You need to check your RAM to ensure efficiency of your computer. Read the following article to learn how you can test RAM in your PC.
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How To Repair Google Chrome In Few Easy Steps? – High PC Booster

There could be various reasons for such behavior of Google. Reasons could range from faulty internet connect to malware infection. In order to fix these issues, you need to repair Google Chrome. One common method fixing Google Chrome is by uninstalling or reinstalling the Chrome.
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How To Fix Some Common Internet Problems? – Max PC Experts Blog

It helps us perform wide range of functions, greatly helping in our business and daily life. Since it is a system involving machines and programs, it is bound to witness some errors or issues during its operation. Some of the common internet issues include slow speed, malware infection and virus threats. Read further to learn how you can fix some of these common internet issues.
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How To Prevent Unauthorized Access To Computer? – High PC Booster

Nobody wants their sensitive information getting stolen or accessed by a stranger as it might damage your reputation or hurt you financially. But it can happen to anyone who hasn’t taken adequate measures to protect themselves from these kinds of unsolicited accessing threats. Read further to learn how you can prevent anyone from getting unauthorized access to your computer.
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What Is Net Neutrality

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Here is a video that explains Net Neutrality

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How to Become the Master of Your Life

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Don't let your ego get in the way of living life to the fullest.

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Are patients using social media to attack physicians?

Are patients using social media to attack physicians? | Computer Security | Scoop.it

I have a colleague who is a pediatrician in private practice in the suburbs. He has a great practice and loves his patients. One day, he walked in 15 minutes late to a 7:00 a.m. meeting we both attend. “Moms are calling early today.” Parents in his practice have learned to bypass their elaborate phone triage system. They have learned that if you press “1” for emergency, an actual doctor will call you back within 15 minutes, regardless of whether an actual emergency exists. When I asked what can be done to curb such behavior, he shrugged and replied, “We’ve tried a few things, but then we just get slammed on Facebook … and that’s bad for the practice.”

Another physician friend provided factual and evidence-based testimony as an expert witness during a legal proceeding. When the proceedings did not go in favor of the plaintiff, they took it upon themselves to post slanderous comments about this physician (not their own personal physician, mind you) on various online forums, including comment sections on advocacy group websites.

Anyone who uses social media knows the vitriol that spills forth should anyone dare make a public statement about topics such as vaccines, essential oils, or GMOs. But this is different. Physicians who are active on social media, which I fully support for many reasons, know going in that they can become a target. It’s part of the job description. In fact, you know you’re actually starting to make a difference once the hateful Tweets start flying.

But what about those physicians or practices that become unwilling targets on social media? What recourse do they have? What can be done? Unfortunately, not much. We are simply playing by a different set of rules. Physicians need to always be mindful of HIPAA laws and patient privacy. If a patient is unhappy with their physician and takes to Twitter or Facebook to post hateful comments, that physician cannot publicly defend themselves. They can’t even acknowledge that they know the patient or that the visit took place as that violates HIPAA. They have to sit back and take their medicine.

 

This type of patient behavior is inappropriate on many levels. Social media affords anyone a platform and ability to type whatever they wish, regardless of merit or truth. Anonymous accounts are the worst offenders, offering strong opinions with no repercussion aside from a suspension of their social media account should enough people complain. What happened to accountability for one’s words or actions?

 

It is important to acknowledge that patients are wronged every day. Some physicians offer poor care to their patients. Personalities may not match, and patients may not feel like their concerns are being heard. There absolutely must be a mechanism for patients to voice their complaints, and there are numerous ways this can occur. But this cannot occur through public-facing social media accounts, and needs to go through the proper channels.  Patients can speak with an ombudsman if their physician works at a hospital or file a complaint with the State medical board. Written documentation is necessary to communicate concerns and also formulate a record that protects the patient and affords the physician an opportunity to discuss their interpretation of events. A third party can then remediate, and disciplinary action can take place when warranted.

In the meantime, physicians need to be aware that this behavior is occurring. They also need to be trained on how to handle these situations. Physicians are not allowed to address any public comments, acknowledge that they know any patient, and especially cannot fight back with negative comments of their own. Hospitals and medical practices can start addressing this by clearly posting information about the process involved for patients who have a complaint. They also need to monitor social media outlets and take these interactions offline as soon as possible. It will take time to see where all of this leads but a collective effort will be necessary to help the medical community respond appropriately.

David R. Stukus is a pediatric allergist and can be reached on Twitter @AllergyKidsDoc.

 

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Andrea Walker's comment, March 20, 9:22 PM
You can’t control it! People will and should have their say wherever they want to.
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The voice of the displeased!