Password security & password managers

In the spirit of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), let’s talk about a security basic that many people overlook: passwords. These are one of the most fundamental aspects of website security, yet we too often see webmasters taking a lax approach to secure passwords.

In fact, the online security provider TeamPassword found that last year the most commonly leaked password was 123456. That edges out some real gems including qwerty and the always-popular password.

Thing is, everyone has their own password policy. It’s very personal and usually based on a set of assumptions about online security. Many users choose policies of efficiency over security. Even the paranoid among us have to confront the truth.

Like any defensive measure, best practices in password management can only minimize the level of risk.

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21 Side Hustles for Teachers In and Out of the Classroom

Educators are the ones that ignite a love of learning inside each of us and help mold us for future success in life. They’re essential to student growth, invaluable in their communities, work countless hours preparing lessons, and care for their students. Despite all of their dedication and responsibility, it’s a well-known fact that educators are often underpaid, and many turn to side hustles to make ends meet. 

If you’re a teacher looking for a way to supplement your income, there are many part-time opportunities that can fit your schedule and skillset. Whether you’re looking for work through the summer, or an extra gig for nights and weekends, we’ve put together this complete guide of side hustles for teachers. 

Jobs to Keep You Teaching

Jobs Online and On Apps

Jobs to Get You Outside

DIY Work From Home 


Jobs to Keep You Teaching

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Young White Residents in Mississippi Are Contracting COVID at an Alarming Rate

Mississippi Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs and other medical officials said in a press conference Friday the coronavirus is infecting young, White residents in the state.

Dobbs said at the presser that even though there are more White residents in the state than any other race,  the virus’ impact on the state has gotten to the point where the coronavirus is disproportionately affecting White residents.

“We’ve seen a pretty dramatic shift where early on, (cases were) two-thirds African-American and now it’s kinda moved to two-thirds Caucasian,” Dobbs told the Clarion Ledger. “Let’s learn the lessons from the past and let’s all just be careful.”

State epidemiologist Dr. Paul Byers said young, school-age children and teens are now the fastest-growing segment among reported coronavirus cases. However, more than 60% of new cases and deaths in the state are White residents and there is a slight drop in Black residents.


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It’s weird, and I’m not sure why our brain does this. We see someone else’s success and think, “I can’t do that because I haven’t started yet.” I mean, logically, this makes no sense. Everyone has a moment when they “start.”

The good is, when it comes to your course launch, it truly doesn’t matter how small your list is right now. We’ve had students go from zero people on their list to a six-figure launch in less than a year using a key strategy that is waiting for your right now.  

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