The Heartbleed Bug: Which Passwords Should You Change?

GeekMom Sarah pauses for a moment to contemplate steps the everyday user can take in light of the Heartbleed bug.

WildLeaks: Empowering Everyone To Save Wildlife

Become a whistleblower, save endangered wildlife and their habitat, all thanks to the secure platform offered by WildLeaks.org.

Twitterpated Kids: Safe Twitter Feeds For Kids to Follow

Have you ever tried to find kid-appropriate Twitter feeds? We have a list for you!

Fund This! Beyond our Boundaries, Geeks & Stitches, and the SeeSpace InAiR

Whether it's a documentary about a family's trek along the Appalachian Trail, nature inspired high fashion, or the future of television, GeekMom finds new crowd funding campaigns to tickle your funding fancy!

Fund This! Circuit Stickers, Metal Animal Skulls, and Geeky Stuff for baby and home!

Fund This! Featuring stickers that create circuits, anatomically correct metal animal skulls, and a geeky mom who needs support taking her business to the next level!

Fund This! Chemistry Set, STEM for Girls, and a 3D Printer for Metal!

GeekMom highlights funding campaigns for an Heirloom Chemistry set, a STEM program for girls in LA, and a 3D printer that fabricates with metal clay!

Discovering Detroit And The Wonder Of OnStar

General Motors flew me out to Detroit last week for #ConnectedByOnStar to learn about OnStar, drive some snazzy new Buicks, and explore the city.

Is Facebook My Happy Place?

Every social media user has the choice to post what he/she chooses. Anything can be conveyed. Anything! Apparently I only post the happier stuff. Why worry people, right? Does that make me a fraud?

Gotta Share ‘Em All: The Fun of eBay Collections, Comic Book Style

New eBay collections let everyone curate their wish lists and share them, too. Ours are especially geeky, but of course.

Fund This! 10/31/13: Quidditch, Women Scientists and Makers

GeekMom recommends these awesome kickstarters featuring documentaries on Quidditch and a coffin maker, jewelry featuring lady scientists and a computer learning kit.