Net Neutrality and Why You Should Care By Steve G. Swart. Previously published in the 2015 Summer issue. Understanding the Internet and who controls it Do you even remember life before the Internet? Now we Facebook® our vacation, Pin our favorite foods, watch favorite instructional videos on YouTube®, shop on Amazon®, buy a lawn mower…Read More
What can you do to protect yourself?
The first step is having good passwords. In 2013, it was reported that the top three most used passwords were “123456”, “password,” and “12345678”. According to LastPass, 73% of people use the same password for multiple sites.Read More
According to national color expert Kate Smith, the most timeless roofing colors used on American homes include black, gray and cedar. And, colors that are gaining popularity in “shaking up” today’s roofs include shades of green, clay and terracotta.Read More
Building your own home is a life-long dream for many, so why not ensure that you can spend the rest of your life in the home you’ve created? Incorporating universal design principles in custom construction allows you to age in place and appreciate the fruits of your efforts. There’s no need to compromise aesthetics-some of the top universal design principles are actually quite easy to include when you plan for them right from the start.Read More
Universal Kitchen Design Allows for Aging in Place Today’s new technology and universal design practices enable boomers to ‘age in place,’ so they can stay in the comfort of their own homes throughout their lives. This eliminates the need for expensive and stressful moves or remodels later in life due to an all-ages, all-abilities approach.…Read More