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Join ImOn and The African American Museum of Iowa in celebrating this important month.
The African American Museum of Iowa (AAMI) is the only institution in the state whose sole mission is to preserve, exhibit and teach the African American heritage of Iowa. The Museum envisions building a community that comes together to foster a greater understanding and appreciation of Iowa's African American history & culture through conversation, engagement, and reflection. The Museum offers changing exhibits, traveling resources, educational programming, presentations and performances (in-person and virtual), as well as an extensive collection.
It’s no surprise that overheating can affect and damage your smartphones, tablets, and laptops. But, did you know that the dropping temperatures outside can take a toll on them as well? All smartphones, tablets, and laptops have been designed to work within safe temperature ranges. Below is a chart showing some of these safe ranges.
It felt like most of us spent 2020 just trying to get through the year. Well, we made it and now we are ready to make the most of 2021! Below are a few apps to help you tackle those New Year’s resolutions.
‘Tis the season to start your holiday shopping and trying to find that perfect gift for everyone on your list. No matter who you are shopping for, here are a few fun and useful tech ideas that anyone would be happy to see under the tree this year.
2020 has changed the way we go about our lives— including the gifts we give and the gadgets we find most useful. Take a look at this list of our favorite gifts that are perfect for the current state of the world.
While it's not quite Thanksgiving yet, it is time to start thinking about and planning for the holiday shopping season. But just like everything in 2020, it looks like holiday shopping will also be altered this year due to the Coronavirus pandemic. In fact, according to a Morning Consult study, at least 78% of Americans will be doing at least some of their gift shopping online this year. However, more and more purchases happening online has created more opportunities for cyber criminals to steal your personal information. Here are a few tips to make sure your personal information stays safe when you make an online purchase:
Who doesn’t love a good deal? You might even love deals so much that you look forward to venturing out to shop before the sun comes up on Black Friday. But Black Friday 2020, like many things this year, is going to look different. While retailers will still be offering the crazy deals you’ve come to expect, most will offer those deals in some digital form to avoid having hundreds of people packed in the store.
In this day and age, it is nearly impossible to cut out the use of all technology and social media, especially with your kids. According to the Pew Research Center, kids ages 8 to 12 spend about six hours online every day, while teens spend an average of 9 hours online each day. But, since tweens and teens often keep their lives to themselves, it can be tricky to get clear answers as to what exactly they are doing online. And because of the unpredictability of the Internet, it leads parents to constantly worry about what they are doing, who is contacting them, and are they safe.
Like almost everything in 2020, Halloween is going to be a little different this year. But that doesn’t mean it can’t still be fun. We’re here to help you get into the spooky spirit from home—whether you’re trying to entertain the kids or just yourself. Keep reading to learn how to create a ghoulish Halloween experience without having to leave the house.