New Keylogger Helps Parents Watch Kids Online

If you are a parent these days your kids are spending more and more of their time online. How do you know exactly what they are doing? You probably have had this happen before:

You walk into their bedroom and your child instantly closes their web browser. What is it they did not want you to see? They’re pretty silent about it, but you think it’s probably something they shouldn’t have been doing. At the very least, it wasn’t their homework! Why else would they be trying to hide it?

The good news is there is type of software called Keylogging software that can help parents see what their kids are doing online. You can see who they are talking to, the websites they go to, and any secret social profiles.

Of course, the first line of defense with any concern is to talk to your children. An open line of communication will help foster trust and openness between you and your kids. However, if you’re becoming concerned about their safety or any illegal activities, hoping for open communication may not be an acceptable situation anymore.

Some of these apps are easy to use. Some are hard and require you to be technical just to put them on their phone or computer. The following is a keylogging software that might work for your home monitoring needs.

PCTattletale is a remote keylogger and monitoring software that will show you EVERYTHING your kids are doing online. Here is a screen shot of what it looks like:

You can see it makes videos of what they are doing.

Let’s look at why this is the best keylogger out there:

1) Simple. This keylogger app is simple for anyone reading this article to put on their home computer, Android device, iPhone, or iPad. If you can install an app from the app store, you can put this on their devices. The only difference? It completely disappears after you install it. Your kids will never know it is on their computer or device. To see how easy it is to put on their computer check out this short article: How to install a keylogger on a pc . You will see it is something that you can certainly do.

2) Full Remote Monitoring. You want these kinds of apps to send you the recordings. You really don’t want to to have to sit at their computer or grab their phone just to see what’s going on. PCTattletale keeps all the recorded activity in the cloud. It uses AES and SSL encryption to keep everything safe. You can watch your kids activity from your smart phone, a tablet, or another computer. Watch your kids while you are at work or on a business trip!

3) More than a keylogger. Keystroke logging is great. But videos is where pcTattletale really shines. It makes YouTube-like videos you can watch from the website. Even if they sign into Facebook and do not type in their password, you can still see them sign in. You can see who they chat with, which posts they read, and everything they do on Facebook in case you’re concerned.

If you are a parent who is concerned about what your kids are really doing online, then keylogging software may be the perfect answer. Make sure to check out pcTattletale. You can learn more at their website Put it on their devices, and you can quickly see everything they do. Then finally put your mind at ease.

3 Things to Prepare When Starting Your Own Business

With the new year upon us, more and more people are going to be ready to stick it out on their own with their dreams of starting and owning their own business. The new year encourages us all to pursue more of our dreams – whether those dreams be starting your own business, losing weight, making more money, getting a promotion, or more. It only makes sense that, with the new year and new tax returns that come with it, more people would choose to start to nurture their small business ideas; and that’s a good thing! All of the giant businesses we now take for granted started as small businesses. It’s amazing what smaller businesses can turn into with a bit of success.

To make sure your business can really succeed, though, you need to make sure that you’re ready for what running a business entails. While you may have the skills necessary to market, you need to ensure that you have a slight basis in business knowledge for the best success. Here are some things you should prepare if you’re ready to start your own business (to make things easier down the line):

An Organization System: Running a business means taxes and paperwork. You need to start taking thorough records as soon as you start. Not only do you need the paper and numbers for taxes, you can always use client information and other numbers for marketing purposes. If you keep your customer’s e-mails on file, you can always reach them to notify them of future promotions to encourage repeat clients. Make sure you’ve designed an organizational system from the get-go. You might find that your system changes over time, but you’ll at least have one ready.

A Tax System: Knowing how you’re going to do taxes next year is vital. You want to ensure that you have all of the paperwork and numbers you need to do everything legally and stressfree when next year rolls around. Make sure you’ve looked into tax software for professionals before you begin to easily keep everything organized throughout the year.

A Support System: This is vital as well! Having a support system of other small business owners or people in your field will prove really helpful. There are lots of Facebook groups and forums of like-minded people in your field that may be able to offer helpful advice. You can grow in your craft while also getting good tips about how to grow your business and help retain clients. Consistently growing and changing as the market changes will help you stay competitive.

6 Ways to Stay Fit in Cold, Winter Weather

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I live in the Midwest. That means that stupid Midwest chills and snow are coming up really soon here. The summer makes it easier to get around and lose weight because I can walk between areas and just generally enjoy being outside. All that ceases once the temperatures drop below 32 degrees. I don’t even want to be outside anymore. Fitness doesn’t stop for the winter, though, so here are some of the ways I recommend staying healthier in the winter:

Temporary Gym Membership: Some gyms will offer a temporary membership just for the winter months. At a portion of the price, this will let you go out and get a nice workout in however you want. This might be your best option.

Home Exercise Machines: Don’t want to have to leave the house? (I don’t blame you) Getting an elliptical or treadmill at home will let you have your cardio without having to bundle up. You can find a treadmill that will suit you perfectly for whatever type of workout you’re hoping to do.

Gym Classes: Go meet other people and enjoy doing active things together! Classes like group swimming, Zumba, yoga, pilates, kickboxing, TRX, and more will keep your workout routine varied during the cold months. Plus, it’ll get you experienced with new things.

Organized Home DVD Workout System: This is the perfect time to start an intense DVD workout system. Insanity? T25? P90X? Baladea? Anything else? If there’s been a DVD with a stringent workout system that you’ve wanted to conquer, doing it in the winter means you’ll have less distractions – and a simple way to work out from home.

Weight System: This might be the time to start weight lifting. You only need a couple different weights in order to do weight-lifting paired with body-weight exercises. You could find your muscles in better shape for when Spring rolls around.

Housewalking: This trend has really kicked off in the past couple of years. Walk around your home! For those lazy days, throw on a TV show and walk in place throughout the entire show. Make sure to pump those arms! Maybe throw in a few squats or jumping jacks. You can even just make sure to walk around your home as you clean. You’ll get to do productive things while getting a nice, light workout in.

4 Tips for Taking the Perfect Selfie


Taking a selfie is underrated. There isn’t a single day in your life that you will look exactly how you do today. Scars will heal, hair will grow, your make-up might be entirely different. As such, I always recommend taking selfies! Do, however, take them responsibly and don’t get yourself into danger just to get one. But if you’re bored in the checkout line – why not? Just use some of these tips for taking a better selfie:

Use Even Lighting: Using even lighting is the absolute best thing you can do! Look at your face when you take a selfie. Are you in direct sunlight? See harsh shadows under your nose and other areas? Turn until those shadows look a whole lot better! Harsh sun shadows can age almost anyone pretty quickly. Photographers will tell you, if you want to look good when taking selfies, then a selfie light can help. Use it to even out those shadows or add some depth to your face for more-unique selfies.

Get a Higher Angle: Want to look a bit slimmer? Take the photo from a higher angle! You’ll see people holding their photo above face level for this reason. Don’t go up too high or it starts to distort your features (and look pretty obvious about what you’re doing!), but going at least face-height and higher is going to reduce any extra weight under the chin and elongate the features.

Take Advantage of your Cell Phone’s Settings: New cell phones are designed for selfies! Some phones come with wide angle lens and more. Know what features your cell phone offers and use them to your advantage. Some offer a “smart action” that starts a timer to countdown to your perfect shot to allow you to arrange yourself. Others may offer

Think about the Background: I’m sure you’ve seen those horrible “photobomb” shots. The ones where someone doesn’t think about their overflowing garbage can or something else in the background. Try to clean up your background – or at least spin in a circle to a direction that doesn’t look as messy. At the same time, if you’re somewhere neat and want to take a selfie, take that into consideration. If you’re taking a coffee shop selfie, why not try to get some iconic and distinguishable mark of the coffee shop in your photo? That way it gives a bit more of a presence of what you’re doing instead of just a photo of your face.

See? Those aren’t so hard! Like anything else, though, practice makes perfect, so get out there and take those selfies, and you’ll quickly see that your technique and photos will start to improve.