Monthly Archives: November 2015

Blurry Lines of Digital Ethics

Growing up, my family didn’t have a lot of money.  My siblings and I could often be found scrounging for loose coins in the sofa in hopes of finding enough change to get an ice cream cone from the Thrifty’s … Continue reading

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Click With Caution

I get all sorts of email in my inbox on a daily basis.  It’s usually the same thing over and over again– social media notifications, forum updates, and junk mail from various shopping sites.  But I recently got something new and … Continue reading

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Watch Your Step

The phone rang around 6:45 am.  It was an officer from Goodfellow Air Force base asking to speak to my husband.  I didn’t recognize her name, but it wasn’t unusual for people from the base to call the house.  I explained that my husband wasn’t … Continue reading

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