How many times have you thought about sending a card to someone to say “Happy Birthday,” “Thank You,” or simply, “Hello,” when life interrupts and thwarts your moment of good intention? No doubt, nothing compares to receiving a tangible card in your mailbox, old-school style, from a friend, family member, new acquaintance or co-worker who […]

No doubt, the hottest trend in tech for both businesses and their customers is finding safe and easy ways to make the transaction process faster—so you don’t have to waste time standing in the checkout line. There are a few companies who’ve embraced various, emerging technologies, but one company who’s doing it particularly well, not […]

In an effort to help marketers crack the social media search code, Facebook is introducing its latest tool called Graph Search. Of course Zuckerberg serves this up to his fan base as a great way to better connect with others who share the same interests. But anyone with a digital marketing background knows this is […]

Let me start by saying I am not a morning person. But, on Thursday, January  3rd,  I awoke to something so breathtaking, so life-altering, it has shifted everything for me for the year to come and for what I’m sure will be forever. At first glance, it was not so unusual. The skyline aglow from […]

This edited mashup of 2012’s catchiest pop songs will simply blow your mind. Anyone who’s ever edited audio knows how tricky it is to match up rhythm, key and tempo, but add edited picture to it and you’ll typically have nothing more than a concocted mess. Take a look at what kimaginati0n created on YouTube. Then add […]

A National Tragedy: Helping Children Cope Tips for Parents and Teachers Whenever a national tragedy occurs, such as terrorist attacks or natural disasters, children, like many people, may be confused or frightened. Most likely they will look to adults for information and guidance on how to react. Parents and school personnel can help children cope […]

Are your photos up for grabs once you’ve posted them online? For the most part, yes, unless you can prove they’re yours and you have a copyright on them. Many people assume that anything posted on the web is public domain and can therefore be used freely for designing websites, blogs, newsletters and what have […]

Although Google+ is now one and a half years old, many fans and friends still ask what it is, why they’ve been added to someone’s Circles (okay, particularly mine) and whether they need it when Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter are already overwhelming them. Good question — in fact it’s one that has many social media […]

‎1. On the first day of Halloween, Sandy gave to me…. A blow to Westchester County. 2. One the second day of Halloween, Sandy gave to me… Two feet of water…. 3. On the third day of Halloween, Sandy gave to me… “Call us if your phone’s out” 4. On the fourth day of Halloween, […]

GoTechMom.com is based out of Rye, New York. The town endured a fairly harsh pummeling and has received a Federal Disaster Declaration, making the region along with the rest of Westchester county eligible for federal aid. Individuals and government entities may be eligible for help. Individuals affected by Hurricane Sandy should call 1-800-621-3362 to register for […]