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  • Whitepages News - The latest coverage on company updates, product releases and industry-related news from Whitepages, the leader in digital identity.
  • Your Digital Identity - Get tips and hear the trends on how people are protecting or projecting their digital contact info, social media and other personal information.
  • Data for Good - Explore the ways that identity data can make a difference, find interesting pop culture stats and use Whitepages in your every day.
  • Phone Security Tips - Protect yourself from fraud and spam by reading about today's scams, recommended security apps and how Whitepages can help.
  • 5 Signs You're Ready to Meet in Person: An Infographic | Whitepages blog - We made this handy infographic to help you decide whether to accept an invitation out! Safety is key here, so consider each of these signs carefully.
  • How Beer Can Help You Make New Friends - Getting to know a new friend becomes less daunting when you can invite them for a beer at one of these super-cool breweries.
  • Magic in a Muggle Word: How Many Witch and Wizard Names Are There? | Whitepages blog - In honor of the recent publication of the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child script, here's a look at how many magical people live in our Muggle world today.
  • What Does It Mean to Intern at Whitepages? | Whitepages blog - From being included in daily standup meetings to joining the company’s softball and bowling teams, interns are given great ways to be involved.
  • It's #TacoTuesday! | Whitepages blog - Choosing the right neighborhood also means choosing the right neighbors. They should be reputable people AND be cool enough to invite over for #TacoTuesday!

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    I have been using Ojon for several years now. I use the restorative hair treatment twice a month in conjunction with the shampoo and conditioner. I have long hair and I have it colored. These products keep my hair soft and shiny.

  • E. Rowe - Gone gone gone...

    Like others, the little puck fell right out of the rubber band strap. It lasted 48 hours. They need to come up with some way to track the thing if it gets lost (it has bluetooth after all), and make the mounting a bit more secure before it's going to be worth buying.

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    This is the best product I can find for assuring my hair goes and stays where I want it. It smells wonderful, is cost effective and easy to use.

  • Jo D - Cute, short, quick read

    I really enjoyed this book for the pictures and the funny back and forth dialogue between the adorable creatures. My son thought it was hilarious with a bit of over-the-top animal voice delivery. It's definitely a short, quick read so we went back through and looked at the pictures to make it more worthwhile.

  • C.O. - Great Mouse Pad For Gaming...

    If you have a wide surface area on your desk and you're a gamer, this is an excellent mouse pad covering a lot of space. The SteelSeries has a lot of great options, in my case I got the qck+. It comes rolled up but it laid flat fairly quick out of the box and has excellent traction, especially when paired with a gaming mouse, highly recommended.

  • Pushing 70 - We're headed for scary times as a country

    First of all, I read this book in one evening/night. It is a truly compelling book that brings together all the issues surrounding Hillary Clinton's problems with telling the truth, focusing largely on the FBI's lack of recommending charges against her in the email scandal. I'm no fan of Donald Trump and see him as a flawed candidate but the thought of a raging megalomaniac likely Clinton in the White House is truly frightening. Coupled with an utter lack of ethics and apparent serious health problems it makes her candidacy a recipe for disaster. Never have I felt so concerned for the well-being of our country. What makes this book even more compelling is the detail that Klein spells out at the end of the book about his use of "sources" and the efforts of many to cast his writing as a pack of lies. I bought this book today not realizing he had written "Blood Feud" which is an expose of the issues between the Clintons and Obamas. "Guilty..." reads like a newspaper article that you hope will be a wake up call for voters to take a truly long, hard look at this candidate and realize that her presidency will ultimately being a nightmare that will have a devastating effect on our country for decades. I hope in the coming weeks before the election Klein will have a shot at the talk shows to present his view of Clinton.