Author: Late Night Parents (page 1 of 20)

10 powerful conversation starters to teach your kids

Discuss with your children, by asking these questions , what cooperation is and why it’s so important! ... Read More

No More Signing on the Dotted Line

Starting  today, the major credit card companies in the United States are officially eliminating the signature requirement for purchases, marking an end to a long running but increasingly unnecessary policy. American Express, Visa, Discover, and... Read More

Smartphones Are Not Little Televisions

Facebook’s head of content strategy and planning Matthew Henick told an audience at MIPTV that content producers need to stop regarding smartphones as a smaller TV screen and start seeing them as a way of connecting with the... Read More

GolfNow Launches Golf Club Trade-In Program

GolfNow and online retailer GlobalGolf have partnered to offer golfers credit toward rounds of golf in exchange for their previously played golf clubs. “We’re always searching for new ways that we can help golfers get out on the golf course,”... Read More

Netflix Most Popular DVDs Of All Time

DVDs represented just a drop in the bucket of Netflix Inc.’s $11.7 billion in revenue last year, but they play a starring role in the company’s history. Though it may seem as if we’ve been streaming our shows and movies forever,... Read More

2018’s Best Airlines

With the busy summer travel season making its approach, WalletHub today released its report on 2018’s Best & Worst Airlines to follow up its recent look at the Best Frequent Flyer Programs and help consumers save as much time, money and... Read More

7 politeness mistakes you could be making at work

When a bunch of people work together in a shared space, team dynamics can shift at the drop of a hat because of one person’s behavior. That being said, here’s roundup of seven ways you could be annoying your colleagues, even if no one’s told... Read More

What is the condom snorting challenge?

Condoms might make for safer sex — but they’re at the center of the riskiest new social media challenge. The viral video craze — dubbed “The Condom Challenge” — is striking fear into parents as teenagers record themselves dangerously... Read More

Air Hockey Strategies

Air hockey is a fast-paced, addicting arcade game, and it’s no surprise that people of all ages can’t get enough. However, mastering air hockey is much harder than it seems, and a bit of insight may be helpful the next time you’re hovering... Read More

2018 Masters Tournament Fun Facts

The Masters – golf’s first major championship of the year – begins April 5. Get yourself in the mood for birdies, azaleas and a whole lot of green with WalletHub’s 2018 Masters Fun Facts report. The report breaks down everything from ticket... Read More

Steps to downloading your Facebook data

You’ve been hearing the F-word an awful lot for the past 7-10 days. No, not that F-word, Facebook. Many of our viewers have informed us that they were planning on deactivating / deleting their accounts. Here’s how to download your Facebook... Read More

Apple’s original TV programming could start next March

Apple’s original TV programming has been lackluster so far, to say the least. Planet of the Apps? Don’t bother. Carpool Karaoke? Not much better. But the company isn’t giving up and, according to The New York Times, has a major... Read More

It may be time to delete your Facebook account

If you’ve finally given up on the world’s most popular social media network and want to get rid of Facebook, it’s not too complicated to remove yourself from the service. But before you delete all of those pictures, posts, and Likes, you should... Read More

Another storm is coming – be prepared

Here we go again. Toby is headed toward the Northeast coast and is likely to hit hard with heavy, wet snow and strong winds. In the event of a power outage, here are some quick tips to get you back up and running once your power is restored. To fix... Read More

Steps to opt out of Facebook’s platform data sharing

You shouldn’t have to do this. You shouldn’t have to wade through complicated privacy settings in order to ensure that the companies with which you’ve entrusted your personal information are making reasonable, legal efforts to protect it.... Read More

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