Watch Your Videos with Ease

Watch Your Videos with Ease

Therea’s always something that you want to see rather than read. Eino doma shmiya lariyaa you cannot compare the memory of hearing to that of seeing. Visuals help us think and understand what we are hearing. So of course, we are going to watch the Rebbe dancing Mitzva Tantz, we are going to watch an interesting Drasha and we want to see the latest news in action.However, we also want to watch our eyes, Lo sasiru achrei lavavchem vaachrei Eineiychem. With GenTech you can choose which sites you’d like to allow video streaming and which sites you would like to have them blocked. Now, when you allow videos, let’s say on a frum news site, what GenTech of course will do, is allow you to see whatever video is posted there, but GenTech will also block the access to the video streaming site! So you get what you choose to see but look no further …
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Just Use It Wisely

Just Use It Wisely

Rabbi Twerski helps us understand our needs and how tuning into those needs will help us find the problems we face and solutions will surface. Every person needs and addiction, choose the right ones such as Torah, Chesed and Family.
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When You Cannot Do Without a SmartPhone

When You Cannot Do Without a SmartPhone

Make it Livigent!

Rabbi Zilbeberg is directing his chassidim to rather strive for the highest madreiga of being completely free of text and internet, owning a phone for the purpose of phone calls only. However,In the event that one must own a smartphone Rabbi Zilberberg will not accept that just any filter will do the work. After much research on the Rabbi’s part he came to the conclusion that Livigent is the only filter on the market that offers real protection!

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Why Are You So Distracted?

Why Are You So Distracted?

Nicholas Carr, in his New York Times Bestseller “The Shallows: What the internet is doing to our brains” helps us understand the deleterious effects of the internet. It really is a struggle and any attempt to change your online behavior and technology usage habits is worthwhile.

It is a very illuminating experience to separate from the internet for a set amount of time, be it daily, weekly or monthly. People that try this first feel anxious and panic thinking that they are missing out on all this important stuff. But then after a while they will feel this deep sense of relief and realize that much of what they thought they were missing out on was actually trivial. They gradually start to regain some of their attentiveness and tap into deeper and less distractive modes of thinking. They will also start to feel less anxious and less nervous and stressed out.

The discipline of separating yourself from technology for even an hour a day reminds you that there are ways of thinking and of just being that are unlocked when you are not distracted or interrupted all day long.

There is growing scientific psychological and neurological evidence that the constant interruption, distraction and even multitasking, as well as our growing dependence on computers and smartphones is making us scatterbrained. It leads to a decrease in our ability to maintain attention and less of a capability to be contemplative.

How do we solve this problem? Perhaps with some QUALITY TIME! GenTech makes it easy. Take a few moments to figure out what would work best for you and your spouse to be completely free of technology so that you can spend some quality time with your loved ones.

Ah, the gift of time! Enjoy it!

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