There are a few simple rules. The shorter the better. Make it catchy or easy to remember. Make it relevant to your niche or industry. The fewer words within the domain the better. Finding a domain which is 1 word is really hard these days (for a .com domain), 2 words, is more feasible. 3 words are borderline, and anything more should have a really special reason but I suggest against it. Unless it is extremely memorable. Additionally...
The Internet is a source of both high and low quality information. Being able to evaluate what information is trustworthy, or not, is an important and valuable skill.
To access the most powerful parts of the web, people usually need to have accounts on popular websites. This video explains how to create accounts on websites and manage usernames and passwords.
Documents play the same role they always have, but how we create and share them has evolved significantly. This video explains online documents and how they differ from local documents saved on a computer.
We now depend on the Internet for so many sensitive things like bank transactions and private emails. Behind the scenes, encryption is working to make it all secure and this video explains the basics.
Part of becoming more digitally literate is adopting a digital lifestyle. That means using computers, devices and the internet to communicate and create. This video explains the basics of living a digital lifestyle.
A short explanation of the concepts and tools that make up the World Wide Web.
Harassment has always been a problem, but today it’s taking on new forms because of the internet. This video explains online harassment and what to do if you or someone you know is being harassed online.
An introduction to how organizations are using Twitter to inform, educate and endear.
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