Author: Late Night Parents (page 1 of 14)

Top 4 Causes Of Summer Car Breakdowns

It’s common to get busy and put off car maintenance (we’ve all been there)—but preventing minor issues from becoming major car trouble is easier and less expensive than you think. In fact, proper car care can save you up to $1,200 a year in... Read More

Wills and Estate Planning

“Why do I need a will ? Everything is in joint name and there will just be another legal fee. Those @#!!!&** lawyers are all crooks anyway.” A not uncommon reaction when the question of estate planning is brought up. A will is always a good... Read More

How To Safely Share the Road with Large Trucks

Do you clutch the wheel a little tighter as you pass a semi or other large trucks? You’re not alone. Semis and large trucks navigate the roadways differently than other vehicles. Learning what they need — and what you can do — can help you... Read More

Ways Parents Can Use Toys to Promote Learning

Toys And Unstructured Playtime Promote More Than Just Fun Children Thrive When Imagination Is Allowed To Flourish, Experts Say A child maneuvering toy cars down an imaginary highway in his backyard appears to be doing little other than having a good... Read More

Year of the Data Nerd

Although Chinese astrology tells us that 2015 is the year of the Sheep, there’s strong evidence showing that this year may, in fact, be the Year of the Data Nerd. According to a December 2015 survey conducted by New Relic, tech companies are... Read More

Be Safe, Be Seen on Halloween

We want Halloween to be scary for all the right reasons. That’s why it’s so important for all our little monsters to wear reflective clothing or carry a flashlight, glow stick, or reflective bag. But don’t take it from us, here’s a group of... Read More

Four Reasons Why Companies Use @BoxHQ and @Office Together

Today’s IT organizations are asked to meet two often opposing requirements: providing employees with software they want to use, wherever they want to use it, while protecting their company’s most valuable information. Leading businesses are... Read More

CLIKI – a smart case for your smart phone

With 20 years of experience at Motorola, Wayne Phang is what you would call a seasoned veteran in the mobile smart phone business. Phang took his learning’s to create what is known as CLIKI, perhaps the smartest smart phone case ever created complete... Read More

Every viral @Kickstarter has these 6 things in common

The best product categories, the best times to launch, the best investor incentives: Learn these and other lessons.  For many entrepreneurs, crowdfunding is a mystery. Celebrity music videos can flop, while simple, silly ideas can go viral overnight.... Read More

The Biggest Mistakes I See on Resumes, Top 8 questions

I’ve always been passionate about helping people find good jobs. But my advice in “The Biggest Mistakes I See on Resumes” was just a starting point: the basic stuff we all need to nail to get to that interview. (And remember, the ONLY... Read More

Check Your Kid’s Texts for these 28 Acronyms and What They Mean

If you think you are tech savvy all because you know what “LOL” means, let me test your coolness. Any idea what “IWSN” stands for in Internet slang? It’s a declarative statement: I want sex now. If it makes you feel any better, I had no clue,... Read More

Demystifying some myths about @FixMeStick

The FixMeStick is one of the most effective and uniquely designed external virus removal devices on the market. We consistently receive excellent reviews from our customers and computer experts (like the ones at PC Magazine). As an external device,... Read More

201 days of the X-Files

On Wednesday, the Fox network uploaded the teaser to YouTube, where the video has been viewed almost two million times. While a silhouette of a man, perhaps Mulder’s, appears beside what could be a warehouse railing, Mulder is heard saying,... Read More

Do you know your @Uber passenger rating?

Do you know your Uber passenger rating? Well, if you struggle to catch a lift through the app then it might be terribly low. But don’t sweat it—just heed the what-not-to-do advice from Danielle and Laura Kosann of The New Potato, who tackle... Read More

Maximize Your Retirement Nest Egg

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