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There are very few people who are not exposed to the Internet in some manner and there are literally thousands of us who roam around the web unaware of the dangers that ca lay hidden in plain sight – a random email, a Facebook post, a text, a website that looks almost exactly like one you visit all the time – and without knowing what happened, you are having serious problems with your computer or your “smart”phone, your laptop or worst of all, your server at work!
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I’d like you all to take a trip back down memory lane. Did any of you learn cursive writing in schools? Do you remember the first time you were introduced to this handwriting style? I do. It was in the third grade and I remember the feeling of excitement that engulfed me when I realized that I would learn the “pretty” and “professional-looking” handwriting I had seen my parents, relatives and older friends use. I remember that learning how to write in cursive was very similar to a young child learning how to write for the first time. We were taught a few letters each day and, in order to practice, we were given those infamous lined pages and had to make sure our letters matched the ones that were provided in the sample. After a few weeks of learning and practice, our teachers insisted that we wrote only in cursive. In fact, some of my teachers were so strict that—if we wrote in print—we had points taken off our work.
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