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September 2014

Found 3 blog entries for September 2014.

These days, it's hard to believe that any household in America is without the internet. The Internet hasn't even been around that long – while it's hard to pinpoint an exact time when the internet came into being, it was during the mid 1990s that it began profoundly affecting culture and commerce. The internet came out of the ARPANET, a network sponsored by the Advanced Research Projects Agency of the U.S. Department of Defense during the 1960s. Now our country is full of internet access provided by a full range of providers and available in a large variety of forms using different modes of technology in all kinds of speeds and costs. It's overwhelming.

It's pretty amazing to think that roughly 81 percent of Americans are online, making our country

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You want to feel secure in your house. And you want to know that even while you’re away, you don’t have to be concerned about your home being safe. Everyone, at some point, worries about the safety of their home and their possessions. About two million burglaries occur every year,  and though about two thirds of these robberies are from forced entry, about 32.65% of burglars simply find an easy way in. That means that over 600,000 robberies, the loss of millions of dollars of possessions, and the compromise of these homeowner's senses of security could have been avoided.

Homes with security systems are three times less likely to be burglarized than those without, but a security system is not the only proactive measure you can do to protect your

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Idahoans, it's time to celebrate! The glorious three day weekend is upon us!

Labor day, a U.S. holiday that was originally organized to celebrate the economic and social contributions of workers every first Monday in September – is right around the corner. Labor Day, however, means much more than that to many of us across the country, as well as folks here in the Treasure Valley. It's the unofficial end of summer – the time that marks the conclusion of endless hot days, weekend barbecues and afternoon excursions to the river. For other folks, Labor Day is a chance to lay low and relax. And if Labor Day isn't the time to go camping or to stay home, it's the time to hit the mall and take advantage of the big sales. Stores generally slash prices for

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