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Tip 7. Find your phone quickly.

Phone Tricks
If you ever lose your phone when it’s on silent mode, it can be a real pain to locate. Thankfully, there’s a very simple solution. Android users can go to the Google Device Manager from another device which will force your phone to make a sound, even if it is on silent mode. iPhone users can make use of a similar function called Find iPhone.

Everyone Should Reset Their Routers

Raise your hands if you’re aware of the FBI’s directive to the public to reboot their routers. This is 2 months old but is verified on www.FBI.gov .  -keith—

https://www.fbi.gov/audio-repository/ftw-podcast-malware-targets-routers-053118.mp3/view

Raise your hands if you’re aware of the FBI’s directive to the public to reboot their routers. Raise your hands if you have actually rebooted yours. If you have no clue as to what we’re talking about or why you should even care – even a little – we’re going to break it down.

link here — http://www.ba-bamail.com/content.aspx?emailid=29869

How to Protect Your Digital Assets After Death

Posted On 01 Mar 2018 By : 

Most people are aware of the importance of estate planning, but often times digital assets are overlooked when planning for seniors. After all, how many seniors have online bank accounts or are active on social media?

It turns out that many seniors are more active online than most people realize – and that number will grow exponentially as baby boomers age – which is why it’s integral to discuss digital assets with your senior loved ones now.

What Are Digital Assets?

Read more at A Place for Mom – https://www.aplaceformom.com/blog/protect-your-digital-assets-after-death/

 Too Much Screen Time Hinders Health of Kids AND Seniors  

You’ve probably heard about the importance of limiting the amount of time kids spend watching TV, being on the computer or playing video games to ensure they get enough physical activity and limit the barrage of junk food marketing on TV that influences them. In general, too much sedentary behavior affects everyone’s health, but for older adults, it can not only negatively impact their physical health and hinder mobility, but their social/emotional health as well.   Aging Partners interviewed PHL President, Dr. Bob Rauner about the effects of too much screen time on senior health for  the Winter 2018 edition of Living Well magazine.  Read or download Living Well here.

All About Bitcoin: The Unofficial Guide

Recently, we’ve been hearing the term ‘Bitcoin’ a lot, coupled with concepts such as digital currency, emerging value, distributed currency, cryptography, and so on. Most of us listen to all these reports and find ourselves asking one simple question: “What is this Bitcoin?”Of course, even more questions arise and emerge immediately afterward: “Where did it come from?” “How did I not hear about it until now?” “What can you do with it?” All these questions are understandable and the following article will try to give you a concise, clear and simple explanation.

http://www.ba-bamail.com/content.aspx?emailid=28113

What Is Net Neutrality and How Does It Affect You?

There’s currently a lot of talk in the news about the FCC’s decision to get rid of net neutrality in the United States. But what on Earth is net neutrality, and how does it effect you? Watch this informative video, which explains everything in layman’s terms, and find out yourself.

http://www.ba-bamail.com/video.aspx?emailid=28178

 

16 Fantastic Google Tricks | Computers & Internet – BabaMail

Great tips on using goggle. Here is a silly one. Try it… -keith —–

5. Typing ‘do a barrel roll’ will actually make Google do one!

Source: 16 Fantastic Google Tricks | Computers & Internet – BabaMail

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