Author and Journalist Shibani Joshi

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With Cyberbullying On The Rise, How to Protect Kids Online

As screen time rises for children, so does the rate of cyberbullying. In fact, according to L1ght, hate between kids and teens during online chats has risen by 70% during the pandemic. While you can’t bully-proof your child, there are

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Gardening Apps and Tech Tools for Growing Gardens Anywhere

Inspired gardening apps and tech tools to help grow the garden of your dreams – gloves optional.  I’ll admit that my thumbs are more geared for texting than gardening. So when my kids asked if they could start “growing stuff”

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The Ins and Outs of Vaccine Passports

Vaccine passports are on the rise. What are they? How will they affect our “return to normal” and a future that includes unvaccinated populations? Both controversy and confusion are growing around the use of vaccine passports. The term “passport” conjures

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4 Traits of Great Virtual Events, an Event Host’s Take

The pandemic has forced almost every industry to transform, including the events business. All events are virtual events now.  Before 2020, I spent much of my time criss-crossing the country, hosting events for leading organizations.  Last year, my business transformed

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Inspired Ideas For Your Old Devices

With Santa’s presents finally unwrapped and our new gadgets activated after Hanukkah, device-lovers face the recurrent conundrum of figuring out what to do with our old devices. Stats show that we unwrapped alot of devices this year, as well.  Forecasts suggest

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Shibani’s Holiday Tech Gift Guide – 2020 Edition

Tech is in the air this holiday gifting season. Being stuck at home has pushed us all into new realms of device use. We’re all gadget lovers now. Check out some of Shibani’s favorite useful and exciting tech ideas for

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Take 3: Apps To Boost Your Pandemic Productivity

It is week 75 of shelter-in-place…err…or it feels like it is.  By now, we have an established routine for our work-from-home lives, one that has evolved greatly since the spring.  We have the hang of school schedules, conference calls and