Public Wi-Fi is available just about everywhere, from the local coffee shop to the hotels and airports you visit while traveling. Wi-Fi has made our lives a little easier, but it also poses security risks to the personal information available on our laptops and smartphones. An unsecured network can be connected to within range and without any type of security feature like a password or login. Conversely, a secured network requires a user to agree to legal terms, register an account, or type in a password before connecting to the network. It may also require a fee or store purchase to gain access to the password or network. Regardless of the connection type, you should always use public Wi-Fi with caution.
13 Embarrassing Things to Do in Public to Help Overcome Social Anxiety
Embarrassing Things to Do in Public to Ease SAD
We like other people's confusion. We'll bring clothespins to school and run up to random people and randomly pin them on them and leave it there. At the mall we'll go into stores and walk buy and say 'Who buys this crap anyways? We'll sing random songs and during lunch we'll play with our shadows and look so stupid. We'll walk when theres lots of people and all of a sudden stop, gasp, and point at the sky. Do you guys have any ideas on what we can do in public, either at school or not. And we really don't care if they're extreme.
By: Claire, Liz, and Suzie. Us, or our friends, have done all of the things on this list. Sing in the bathroom stall. Throw your pants out of the bathroom stall just as an employee walks in. Pull your pants up as high as possible, tuck in your shirt and do the "Confidence Walk".
Kashirin Nickolai, Flickr. Photo credit: Kashirin Nickolai, Flickr. Your cheeks get red, your nose gets runny, and your face contorts more impressively than a Cirque Du Soleil troupe.