Anthony Fenech Detroit Free Press Published 4:51 p.m. UTC Jul 30, 2018 COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — The first rule of the Cooperstown House is you do not talk about the Cooperstown House. There are many more rules, listed on laminate pages inside of a binder that says, “PLEASE READ” with a smiley face, like “Absolutely NO SMOKING!” and “Absolutely NO HOUSE PARTIES!” and “Absolutely NO PETS!” But by the time I pull into the driveway of the red house with the red truck, in the back of David’s Honda CR-V, I am well-aware of the first rule. When David, an Uber driver known for great conversation, asks where I’m from and why I’m here, I say, “For work,” and nothing more. “Incognito,” someone texted me earlier. “U will get killed if you blow our cover.” It is Friday afternoon and three married couples and me have gathered at a cottage off a county road in Cooperstown, N.Y., to live … [Read more...] about I stayed with the 1984 Tigers in Cooperstown. Their stories didn’t disappoint
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Well Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by Strategies for traveling without letting your phone keep you from enjoying your trip. ByCatherine Price July 25, 2018 Now that summer is in full swing, a lot of people have been asking me the same question: How can you take your phone with you on vacation without letting your phone ruin your vacation? It’s a modern quandary: Phones are obviously useful tools, especially when you’re on the road. But too often, a quick check turns into an hourlong scroll session. And if you’re going to spend your trip trolling Instagram or responding to emails, what’s the point of leaving home? It might seem absurd to have to strategize how to set boundaries with your smartphone. But the reward — a vacation that feels like a vacation — is well worth the work. Here are some useful tips on how to use … [Read more...] about How Not to Let Your Phone Ruin Your Vacation
Martha Irvine, Ap National Writer Updated 12:13 am, Tuesday, June 26, 2018 Now Playing: What your kids are doing online might surprise you. Increasingly tech-savvy kids are often living secret digital lives on social media and can go to great lengths to avoid parental detection. (June 26) Media: Associated Press CHICAGO (AP) — The 7th grader looks desperate as she approaches. She's just been to a cybersecurity talk at her school, where she raised her hand when asked if she has a social media account - Snapchat, in her case. Most students at Chicago's Nathan Hale Elementary School, many of them younger than the required social media age of 13, did the same when retired police detective Rich Wistocki inquired about Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat or any other number of applications and games. "Please, please, pleeeeease, don't use my picture or a video of me raising my hand," this particular kid begs repeatedly, despite assurances that she was not caught on … [Read more...] about Do you really know what your kid’s doing on that device?