State of emergency in Florida as Tropical Storm Erika nears


The hurricane season has been on use for a while, but it has been slow.  But, as September approaches, so does the first storm that could affect the US.  And although this storm does not appear to likely be a threat to Mississippi, I mean “that land mass between alabama and louisiana”, there are still a few things that we can all do to be prepared for any emergency situation, be it hurricanes, tornadoes, sever thunderstorms, earthquakes, snow storms, or meteor strikes.

Please take a few minutes to look at the links in this post and make sure you and your family are prepared for emergency situations.  Yes, even meteor strikes!!

  1. Hurricane/General Emergency Preparation List
  2. Staying Safe when the Lights Go Out
  3. Keep Your Mobile Devices Powered
  4. Food Safety…Because You Still Have to Eat in an Emergency

Source: State of emergency in Florida as Tropical Storm Erika nears

5 Videos That Teach You How to Spot and Delete Malware


Credit: MakeUseOf.com

Malware.  Noun.  From the Latin word meaning “bad toga”.  OK.  So I had you right up to the bad toga line!  You might can laugh at that, but you CAN NOT and BETTER NOT laugh at malware.

Malware is bad code  that can get into your computer from a variety of sources.  However, if you can spot and remove it in time, you can keep your machine from getting trashed and personal info from being stolen.

So take a few minutes to review the link below and watch the videos to hopefully keep you from getting a bad toga, I mean MALWARE, on your machine.

5 Videos That Teach You How to Spot and Delete Malware.

How to save a wet phone — and what not to do


It’s been a while since I posted something, and I just KNOW you all have missed me soooooo much.  So today, just a quick hitter.  End of summer pool parties, possible tropical storms on the horizon, and of course, rainy football games.

So what is this post about?  Simple.  How do you try to dry out your new or maybe not so new latest greatest smartphone if it gets wet.  Let me know what you think of the suggestions contained in link below, and if you have some you want to share, bring em on!!

How to save a wet phone — and what not to do.

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