Author: Ted Hicks (page 1 of 71)

Introducing Teach from Home

To support the hundreds of millions of students and educators currently facing school closures, we’re introducing Teach from Home—a hub providing information, tips, training and tools to help remote teaching and learning. Learn... Read More

What exactly is an essential worker?

The New York state Department of Economic Development issued guidance on what exactly is essential. Their list is as follows: 1. Essential health care operations including research and laboratory services, hospitals, walk-in care health facilities,... Read More

Working From Home & Teleconference Etiquette

Working From Home Guidelines: Find an area where you will have minimal distractions— If you have a home office, this is probably ideal, but make sure family members know you’re “at work” and not available for random... Read More

Wash Your Hands!

From cold and flu avoidance to other virus avoidance, there’s one easy, totally accessible, simple thing we can all do. Wash hands! That’s not just a quick rinse under cool water. Proper hand washing is something to be taken seriously and done... Read More

Oakland Athletics’ move from terrestrial radio to online streaming

The Oakland A’s lack of a Bay Area radio station and subsequent extension of the franchise’s partnership with TuneIn, which will exclusively stream A’s games for local fans, has caught the attention on the consumer press which is calling foul... Read More

Apple is open to letting it’s users change their default apps

Apple is planning to give its customers a lot more control over their iPhones and iPads.The company is said to beconsidering allowing people to choose their default iOS apps for a broad number of tasks, including maps, web browsing and email,according... Read More

Amazon is removing third party sellers with coronavirus remedies

Amazon is removing products for sale in its marketplace that claim to treat or protect against coronavirus, according to an email obtained by CNBC. The company told merchants who sell on that any products claiming to treat the... Read More

2019 World Series Facts – Astros vs. Nationals & Best Baseball Cities

Each October, brisk autumn days at the ballpark give way to hot-stove winters, and America’s national pastime adds another season to the record books with a World Series. It’s been that way since 1903. Sure, some things have changed. Everyone’s... Read More

DOLITTLE starring Robert Downey Jr.

Robert Downey Jr. electrifies one of literature’s most enduring characters in a vivid reimagining of the classic tale of the man who could talk to animals: Dolittle. After losing his wife seven years earlier, the eccentric Dr. John Dolittle... Read More

New report ranks cities with worst e-cig problem

Between 2017 and 2018, e-cigarette use among middle and high school students increased by a shocking 70 percent, representing 1.5 million new smokers, according to data from the CDC. The sharp uptick in e-cigarette use among teens is especially... Read More

Here’s your recap for #ElCaminoABreakingBadMovie

Ready for a Breaking Bad refresher ahead of El Camino? “Yeah, b**ch!” — Jesse Pinkman’s got you covered. Aaron Paul recapped all 62 episodes in just under three minutes. El Camino: A Breaking Bad... Read More

#BeyondTheBuzzer @latenightparent

Join Ted Hicks as he moderates the #LNPShow that discusses today’s current events, social topics & raising kids in this current time. Guest: Danny Thompson – Host of Beyond The Buzzer radio show on 98.5 The Wire in Orlando,... Read More

#ToldYaSo @latenightparent

Join Ted Hicks & Rich Valdez as they moderate the #LNPShow that discusses today’s current events, social topics & raising kids in this current time.    Topics: National Cyber Security Month Are you planning to sign up for... Read More

How Niche Video Services are taking on Netflix, Hulu, & Amazon

Let’s face it – most of us subscribe to one, if not all, of the following: Netflix, Amazon or Hulu. But have you ever stopped to think: do I actually enjoy the content I pay for? Recent polling suggests the answer to that question is an... Read More

It’s Time To Light Up for BATMAN DAY

To honor 80 years of The Dark Knight, the spire of New York’s Empire State Building will shine Batman Yellow and across the East River in Brooklyn, the Bat-Signal will be projected on the west side face of the Domino Sugar Refinery for Batman Day... Read More

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