We think you’ll find the information contained in this newsletter to be a valuable tool for enhancing your Internet experience.
Here’s what’s inside our August 2015 Newsletter:
THIS MONTH’S FAQ – WHAT DO I DO IF MY TWITTER ACCOUNT HAS BEEN HACKED?
The Gulfcoast Networking Team
SCAM ALERT – WARNING ABOUT ONLINE HOTEL RESERVATIONS
To See The Details Go Here…
NEWS FROM THE SHOP
Keep us in mind for all your computer needs. This year’s “Back to School” sales tax holiday, from August 7th – August 16th, includes quite a few computer items.
Create A Family
Cool Ice Cubes
With Fruit And Herbs
Fun Things To Do
In Every U.S. State
You haven’t started pinning on Pinterest yet and you want to get started?
To sign up, go here https://pinterest.com/join/signup/
Adobe Fill & Sign
Tired of old-school printing, signing, and scanning? This app lets you skip all that and easily sign electronic paperwork from any device.
Raise makes it easy to buy discounted gift cards that others are selling as well as offload those that you have that are just gathering dust.
Colorfy: Coloring BookFor Adults
Think coloring is just for Kids? Think again. You can enjoy this relaxing activity any time on your device.
Use Water Wisely
Quick, think of 100 ways to conserve water! On second thought, just visit this site, which has already done the thinking for you. Here you can also learn about water-saving products, how to use less water in caring for your landscape, how to get kids involved, and many other useful tools.
Burger Tips And Recipes
There’s still enough summer left to get your burger on, and this site can help you do it. Grilling experts Steven Raichlen and Chris Schlesinger walk you through cuts of meat, seasoning, and cooking. You’ll also find classic, kid favorite, upscale, and international recipes, as well as some non-beef options.
Talks To Stir Curiosity
TED is a nonprofit organization devoted to spreading interesting ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks, which are available in video format on this site. Enduring love, driverless cars, how babies think, why startups succeed, and why people laugh are just a few of the fascinating topics you’ll find here.
Media For Kids
To help you use media and technology as a positive force in kids’ lives, this site offers reviews of movies, games, apps, websites, TV shows, books, and music. You can also read articles about specific concerns like privacy and Internet safety. Don’t forget to check out the family guides, blogs, videos, and other useful tools.
Mama Raccoon Teaches Baby
Many parents could learn from the patience of this raccoon in her multiple attempts to teach her kit how to climb a tree.
Watch athlete Dana Jackson on this jaw-dropping kayaking journey over waterfalls to get your adrenaline rush for the day.
Question: One of my friends posted something on my Facebook Timeline that I don’t think is appropriate. Can I remove it?
Answer: Yes, it’s easy to remove items (Facebook calls them “stories”) that you or your friends post on your Timeline. Just follow these steps:
1. Go to your Timeline and scroll to the story you want to remove.
2. Click the downward arrow in the upper-right corner.
3. Choose Hide from Timeline to remove the story from your Timeline. When you use this option, the story will still be on Facebook, but others won’t be able to see it.
To delete the story entirely, choose Delete.
1. If you don’t want something you’re tagged in to appear on your Timeline, you’ll need to remove the tag. To do this, click the downward arrow and select Remove Tag. The post will no longer appear on your Timeline, but it may still be visible in other places on Facebook, such as the News Feed.
We hope you found this newsletter to be informative. It’s our way of keeping you posted on the happenings at our shop.
Thanks for your business!
Rob Marlowe, Senior Geek
Gulfcoast Networking, Inc
6335 Grand Blvd
New Port Richey, FL 34652
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