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Schlagwort: ‘Mythen’

“Help, I’ve deleted the internet!”

July 3rd, 2024 | by
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Do you know any such experts who have deleted the Internet from their PC? How did they come to think that in the first place? It often happened by mistake that you deleted the icon of the browser you were using (often Internet Explorer in the past) – and thus the usual way of opening “the Internet”. But is it even possible to delete the internet? In this blog post, we want to get to the bottom of this myth.


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Tell-a-Fairy-Tale Day 2024

February 26th, 2024 | by
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Welcome to the fascinating world of IT fairy tales! Today, on the occasion of “Tell a Fairy Tale Day”, we dive into the rich tradition of storytelling and discover how fairy tales not only inspire our imagination, but also play a role in the IT world. The “Tell a Fairy Tale Day” was created to celebrate the art of storytelling and promote the joy of storytelling and listening.

But why is this day also important for IT?

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IT Fairytale Hour – Part 2

September 25th, 2023 | by
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Today we continue with our series, “All about the myths in the world of IT”.
If you missed the first part of the myths, feel free to check out our last post.

“The full moon causes sleepless nights” – a myth we all know. Experts have long since proven that the moon does not have magical powers. The brightness releases less melatonin in the brain, which helps us fall asleep.
So it’s worth taking another close look at widespread half-truths.

In the world of IT, there are myths that we can get to the bottom of together.
Today, it’s all about IT security and what you should know about it.


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IT Fairytale Hour – What’s the Truth About the Myths?

August 23rd, 2023 | by
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We all know one or two myths that have snuck into our minds over time. Advice like “Put your head in the neck in case of a nosebleed”, everyone has heard before and is still a very common half-knowledge today. But here it is proven that exactly the opposite should be done. Namely, bend the head forward so that the blood can drain off.  

Even in the field of IT, there are some tips that are widespread and firmly believed in.  But is there really anything to it? Which tips and warnings should be taken seriously and which are old news. We want to get to the bottom of it and take a closer look at how much truth there is behind such myths.  

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