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At the Wake Forest News most of us barely know how to dress ourselves or eat properly but if it’s advice you want, what the hell.

Easiest & Best Way to Shuck and Cook Corn on the Cob

It’s summer and the corn on the cob is fresh and delicious. But shucking it can be such a pain in the butt at times. Those pesky little bits of silky hairs are hard to completely get off of the corn and can make such a mess. Dealing with the shucking is the not so nice part of enjoying fresh ... Read More »

How to Remove Your Public Data and Regain Your Privacy

by Julia Angwin ProPublica, Jan. 30, 2014, 12:29 p.m. In the course of writing my book, Dragnet Nation, I tried various strategies to protect my privacy. In this series of blog posts, I try to distill the lessons from my privacy experiments into a series of useful tips for readers. Data brokers have been around forever, selling mailing lists to ... Read More »

Smart Passwords for Idiots Like Us

by Julia Angwin ProPublica, Jan. 21, 2014, 10:19 a.m. In the course of writing my book, Dragnet Nation, I tried various strategies to protect my privacy. In this series of blog posts, I try to distill the lessons from my privacy experiments into a series of useful tips for readers. Passwords are the first line of defense between your private ... Read More »

Ask Winnie – How Can I Write for the Wake Forest News?

Dear Winnie, How do I start writing for Wake Forest News? Chris [includeme file=”postincludes/subscribe.txt”] Dear Chris, It looks like you just did. I went and visited the humans here at the Wake Forest News to field your request. They said in their other lives they have an extensive amount of experience in fielding stories from people and something called guest ... Read More »