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Employee Feature: Frank Samson

Employee Feature: Frank Samson [9/30/2022] We are pleased to feature one of the newer members of the DayStarr team, Frank Samson. Frank is one of the valued members of our Aerial Crew and works a bit with our Underground Crew as well. When asked what his favorite part about working at DayStarr is, he stated […]

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Keeping Your Kids Focused During Online Learning

Keeping Your Kids Focused During Online Learning [9/28/2022] Online learning is the “new normal” these days thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. Parents are quickly learning that it’s difficult to keep their students engaged with virtual school lessons. (Fortnite on the sly, anyone? Snapchat under the kitchen table?) Luckily, an array of inexpensive apps can manage […]

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Hosting Your Own Watch Party

Hosting Your Own Watch Party [9/28/2022] One thing the past year has taught us is that there are multiple ways to spend time virtually with friends and family with the help of technology and a reliable high-speed internet connection. For instance, you can even enjoy your favorite television shows or a watch a movie together […]

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Four Apps for New Parents

Four Apps for New Parents [9/28/2022] A newborn baby brings blessings and joy to parents. And when the child is brought home, the lives of the new mom and dad are changed forever. As parents, they have more on their minds and plates than ever before. Thankfully, there are apps to help new parents deal […]

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Four Ways We’re Investing in the Next Generation

Four Ways We’re Investing in the Next Generation [9/27/2022] America’s economy is more competitive and globally interconnected than ever. And advanced internet technology is a massive part of decades of worldwide economic growth. But some areas of the country do not have access to high-speed internet and all of its advantages, like large metropolitan areas. […]

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Back to School Tech for Each Grade Level

Back to School Tech for Each Grade Level [9/20/2022] As summer draws to a close and your young scholar prepares for another school year, it’s time to get them stocked up on necessary supplies. And as technology has improved just over the past year, it’s also time to consider new devices and tech to make […]

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Four Red Flags to Look for When Shopping for Home Internet

Four Red Flags to Look for When Shopping for Home Internet [9/13/2022] Home internet service is no longer just an afterthought. It’s just as essential as any other utility, like power or water service. The internet provides endless sources of entertainment, news, productivity, and connection to friends and loved ones worldwide, so it just might […]

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It’s Time to Take Esports Seriously

It’s Time to Take Esports Seriously [9/6/2022] Esports are on the rise—and it’s no longer just the domain of digitally savvy teenagers or young professionals. Esports—short for “electronic sports”—takes the hobby of online gaming against friends and transforms it into a competitive sport. Esports even has spectators, complete with leagues, analysis, commentators, and organized fans! […]

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Resources for Navigating Tech Use with Your Kids

Resources for Navigating Tech Use with Your Kids [8/30/2022] Parenting in the 2020s comes with complications that did not exist less than a two decades ago. And technology—especially smartphones and tablets—add to those complications. From the distractions of texting and gaming to “addiction” to social media and the constant concern over inappropriate online content, today’s […]

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How Smart Tech Helps Seniors Live Safe, Independent Lives at Home

How Smart Tech Helps Seniors Live Safe, Independent Lives at Home [8/23/2022] Every year, more American seniors—over 55 million of them, according to AARP—are living independently and “aging in place” in their homes. Our seniors can enjoy peace of mind for a safer, more secure home life. And given the rising costs of senior living […]

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