Pamela Rentz is a freelance writer and editor who has been working in marketing communications and PR for technology—from startups to Fortune 100 outfits—for more than eighteen years. She’s a regular contributor to TechWell.com and GardenTraveler.com. She’s also a Georgia Master Gardener and, when not writing, can usually be found in a garden somewhere.
The growing list of Internet-connected devices bring amazing benefits, but the sharing of valuable information that brings the convenience also brings security concerns. The Open Web Application Security Project has released the OWASP Top 10 Internet of Things 2018 list of the highest priority issues.
Embarking on yet another New Year’s program to transform your life? How about following the way of the Jedi to find your inner Force instead? The Star Wars Fuel Your Force program is about finding strength and balance in your life by taking inspiration from the Star Wars galaxy.
We’ve embraced the IoT in our everyday lives, yet with so many connection points, there’s a risky habit too many of us still need to break—using weak passwords. SplashData evaluated more than five million passwords leaked online during the previous year and compiled the top worst passwords for 2018.
To update health care providers, patients, and developers about some of the risks and benefits surrounding software products, the FDA released a report based on impact to patient safety, health benefits and risks, and best practices.
There’s a longstanding, often passionate debate about art versus design and what separates the two. Now, many advocate that technology presents yet another creative medium, and silos are being torn down as art, design, and technology are increasingly entwined.
Who among us doesn't need stress reduction techniques from time to time? Especially ideas that actually work. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently channeled a puppy cam to call attention to the importance of recognizing stress in our everyday lives.
What kid doesn’t love a dance party? With aliens and sharks that drop, double down, and dab? Introduce kids to the basics of computer science in a way that doesn’t elicit “I’m boooored” with Dance Party, the draw for the 2018 Hour of Code. Do a little dance, make a little code!