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Two To View – A Couple Of Amazing Videos You Don't Want To Miss
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|Polar Vortex Gives Woman New Look |
January's extreme cold in the Midwest caused delayed flights, canceled mail service, and at least one bad hair day.
| ||Teens Try To Use A Rotary Phone |
Two 17-year-olds are given a rotary phone and four minutes to dial a number. Watch how close they get.
World Backup Day Is March 31
Don't be an April Fool. Back up all your important files — including family photos, home videos, and financial documents — on World Backup Day, March 31.
What is a backup? It's simply a second copy of your files that's kept in a safe place other than on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. That place could be an external hard drive or an online storage service. It's imperative to do backups on a regular basis, not just on March 31, since losing personal files can be a devastating experience. If you think it won't happen to you, think again. Losing files is common and can be caused by things like theft, hardware failure, computer viruses, car accidents, fire, and flooding.
According to www.worldbackupday.com:
Wilson Communications cares about our customers and shares this backup reminder to help prevent technology disasters.
- 30 percent of people have never backed up their files.
- 113 smartphones are lost or stolen every minute.
- 1 in 10 computers are infected with viruses each month.
FREE Featured Apps – These Three Are Well Worth A Look
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Wikiwand allows you to read Wikipedia articles more easily with a convenient facts panel, smart table of contents, and much more.
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In this challenging game, find hidden objects to help June solve mysteries and decorate your island estate to unlock new scenes.
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Use Qapital to help you meet your day-to-day obligations while working toward savings goals such as retirement or travel.
Stay Alert – PayPal Warns Against Email Scam
Go Pinterest-ing! – Cool Stuff To Pin On Your Pinterest Boards
Sites of the Month – Great Sites To Check Out In March
| Where's My Tax Refund? |
irs.gov – Tax season isn't all bad if you're expecting a refund, and you can use this site to check the status. Prepare in advance; you'll need your Social Security number or ITIN, filing status, and exact refund amount. Plus, you'll need to wait 24 hours after e-filing or four weeks after mailing your return.
| All About Measles |
cdc.gov – If you've been spooked by recent reports of measles outbreaks, you're not alone. Getting the facts can help alleviate fears, and this site has plenty to offer. Read up on the history, symptoms, and transmission of measles. If you have kids, jump to the Top 4 Things Parents Need to Know.
| 20 Ways To Waffle |
marthastewart.com – International Waffle Day is March 25, and Martha Stewart is here to help you celebrate. Check out this slideshow to find 20 delicious reasons to dig out your waffle iron, including whole wheat, gluten-free, peanut butter, potato, cornmeal, chocolate, and fruit options. Of course, there's also Chicken and Waffles.
| Back Up Computer Files |
howtogeek.com – When's the last time you backed up your computer files? If you hesitated, you need to read this primer. Trusted technology site How-To Geek offers instructions for backing up as well as reasons to do it. If you need inspiration, join others in celebrating World Backup Day on March 31.
Short Tutorial/FAQ – What's The Difference Between A Modem And A Router?
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