Links

Below are links to organizations and friends of Leading Hands.

Anti-Virus Software:

Consumer’s with Disabilities Resources:

Internet Safety Resources:

  • Federal Trade Commission – The government created this website for consumers and businesses as a source of information about computer security and safeguarding personal information.
    http://www.consumer.ftc.gov/
  • Net Smartz
    This group teachs children what to watch out for online with fun, interactive games and activities.
    http://www.netsmartz.org/
  • Get Net Wise
    This coalition wants Internet users to only be “one-click away” from the resources they need to make informed decisions about their family”s use of the Internet.
    Note: The information on the site seems a few years out of date.
    http://www.getnetwise.org/
  • Looksmart’s Kids Directory
    This site is Net Nanny which is a search engine that makes it safe to search and use the Internet.
    http://search.netnanny.com
  • The Alliance for Technology Access
    Connecting children and adults with disabilities to technology tools.
    http://www.ataccess.org/

Suggested Internet Safety Books:

  • MySpace Generation by Candice Kelsey
  • The Safe Side – Internet Safety by John Walsh and Angela Shelton

Software to prevent minors from accessing inappropriate materials:

Kid Tracking Software

Go Green:

  • Enlightening people about the facts and myths of Kangen alkalized water by use of news articles, videos, and testimonials.
    Throw Back Land

Education Opportunities:

  • If you are interested in a free GED program you have come to the right place.
    Free GED

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One Response to “Links”

  1. PaulMulvihill May 11, 2010 at 5:05 pm #

    Marc, Here is interesting stuff on how to take CreditCards Via iPhone, iPad, Android (and later Rim).

    Here is an article about it:
    http://phandroid.com/2010/05/11/square-gives-an-easy-method-of-accepting-credit-card-payments-on-the-go/

    The company site is here: https://squareup.com/

    They do take their cut but the individuals who use the free service don’t need a merchant services account. So you sell something out of your house (couch or furniture), one could use square to take payment on the spot and email a receipt.

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