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    A Guide To Golf Lingo

    Friday, June 26, 2015

    Few games have inspired as much joy—or as much rage—as golf. And it’s not just the game that’s challenging—its terminology can be downright befuddling. Here’s a glossary of common golfing jargon to help you out as you hit the links this summer. It might not improve your game, but at least you’ll be able to […]

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    Google I/O 2015 Roundup

    Saturday, May 30, 2015

    Of all the announcements Google made at I/O, its new Photos app might have the most immediate impact. Not only did they break Photos of ofGoogle+, they announced unlimited cloud photo and video storage for 16 megapixel images or 1080p video. The new photos app is available on iOS,Android, and web. It will be interesting […]

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    Thank You to our Armed Forces – Memorial Day!

    Wednesday, May 20, 2015

    As Memorial Day approaches, Late Night Parents wanted to share a video that celebrates our soldiers, what they’ve accomplished, and all the great freedoms we have in our country as a result of their service. The video features Major William Saint of the 62nd Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Team for the Louisiana National […]

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Oct
21

Halloween Trick-Or-Treat Safety Tips

Late Night Parents is promoting pedestrian safety awareness this Halloween. With daylight hours getting shorter, children are more likely to be trick-or-treating in the dark when it’s more difficult for drivers to see them. According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration data, twice as many children are killed in pedestrian/vehicle incidents on Halloween between 4:00 […]

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Oct
21

It’s Lead Poisoning Prevention Week — Do you know if your home is safe? @AngiesList

Angie’s List is marking National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week by raising awareness and reminding contractors, regulators and consumers that each have a hand in the solution. “If you own or work on homes built before 1978, we’re asking you to please spend the time and money it takes to be aware of how to identify […]

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Oct
17

Why you should secure your phone

So you don’t think you need a security code on your phone? I’m an IT guy by profession, so computer and device security has always been important to me. I have passwords on everything I use, lock codes, swipe patterns, if it’s an option I use it. Normally I don’t give it a second thought, however […]

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Oct
8

SureMote Smart Universal Remote App UnveilsFirst – One-Button Remote for Multiple Appliances

Tekoia, a provider of smart universal remote solutions for digital media, smart appliances and the Internet of Things (IoT), launched today the new version of SureMote – Smart Universal Remote app. The new version of SureMote enables users to control a group of smart appliances with a single button.  Now, anyone with an Android phone […]

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Oct
7

Oct. 8 #WellnessWed Twitter Chat Regarding Children with Medical Complexity

WHAT:    A #WellnessWed Twitter chat will address the needs of children with medical complexity. The hour-long chat will cover:   •    What it means to have a child with medical complexity •    The challenges families and our health care system face in addressing the needs of children with medical complexity •    Solutions to improve care […]

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Oct
5

The right and wrong things to say to a grieving parent

No one ever warned me that the unexpected could hold the most devastating loss of all. It descended on me just when I thought I had the perfect life. One day, my vibrant, beautiful, healthy 16-year old son woke up with fever. The doctor said he had the flu. I found my son dead the […]