May 19, 2017 - 16:09
TreeUmph! representatives toss shovel loads of dirt in the air in celebration of their Brooksville location ground breaking on Wednesday May 3rd.

On Wednesday, May 3, an enthusiastic crowd was on hand to witness the groundbreaking of TreeUmph! Adventure Course’s newest expansion located on a 46 acre property on Cedar Lane, 6 miles west of I75/SR50 Intersection. Modeled after their Bradenton park, the Brooksville location will feature over 130 games, including wobbly bridges, hanging nets, bungee swings, ZIP lines and more. Children over the age of seven can participate in age appropriate activities and adults can choose activities to match their skill or bravado level.

Tech Talk: Securing your Internet Connected Devices

May 17, 2017 - 17:33

Rocco Maglio, Certified Information Systems Security Professional, CISSP, has over 20 years in the field of software engineering.

More and more, we are seeing the results of many devices connected to the Internet with little to no security. We now have security cameras, refrigerators, televisions, and other devices that all connect to the Internet.

Embracing embroidery: A Matter of Stitches

May 17, 2017 - 17:04
Sheri Jung of "A Matter of Stitches" an embroidery shop, monitors her Melco Amaya sewing machine as it sews

Step into Sheri Jung’s embroidery shop and be stunned at her innovative craft.Jung, originally from Wisconsin, is the owner of A Matter of Stitches - a custom embroidery and screen printing shop on Commercial Way in Spring Hill. She is an embroidery artist and has totally revitalized the craft of embroidery in today’s fashion.

Mention embroidery to some people and a vision of grandma’s tablecloth springs to mind or embroidered squares stuck in a frame on the wall.

Not so with Sheri Jung’s unique embroidery designs.

Photos tell where you have been

April 28, 2017 - 10:19
'Map' by Aram Bartholl, part of the show 'From Here On' during Rencontres Arles, France 2011 via Wikipedia

Apple and Google phones now add location metadata by default to every photo taken with them. Social media apps then use this data when you share these photos.

Not only are you telling anyone who sees the photo and knows how to view metadata where you took the photo, but now several companies know where you have been if you give them access to your photos. If you share your photos on Facebook, Facebook can determine where you went on vacation, where you hang out with your friends, and where you take your kids to eat.


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