Two To View – A Couple Of Amazing Videos You Don't Want To Miss
Cop Sings Along to Taylor Swift Song While on patrol, a cop sings and moves to Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off," and his arresting version of the hit song is caught on the dashcam.
Even Top Athletes Need A Lift Forget water, Gatorade, and the other usual sports drinks. Serena Williams confirms that it's allowed, then orders an espresso during a tennis match.
Comments on January Issue
Last month's eCurrents included a video about wolves in Yellowstone National Park that generated a few phone calls and emails. 3 Rivers contracts with a third party to provide most of the information in this newsletter, including the wolf video in the January issue. However, that does not excuse us from being more attentive when reviewing the material presented. As several readers pointed out, this video contained several misrepresentations and factual errors (not the least of which was identifying elk as deer!) and we regret including it.
To read about another side of this issue, here are a couple of things you might want to check out: "Is the Wolf a Real American Hero?" an Op Ed piece written by Arthur Middleton in the March 9, 2014 edition of the New York Times and "The Real Wolf" by Ted Lyons and Will Graves, Farcountry Press.
Featured Apps – These Three Are Well Worth A Look
GasBuddy - FREE Whether gas prices are up or down, GasBuddy helps you find the cheapest place close to your location to fill up. You can also earn points by reporting gas prices.
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Sites Of The Month – Great Sites To Check Out In February
Scout Out A New Neighborhood neighborhoodscout.com – Looking for a new city to call home? Check out this site first. Simply use the easy interface to learn about things like affordability, school system quality, average home values, and demographics. When you're ready for the next step, you have the option of being matched with a real estate agent.
Find Solutions To Product Problems manualsonline.com – Sometimes a product problem is easy to fix — if you know how to find the solution. ManualsOnline provides access to over 700,000 product manuals so you can quickly solve problems. For a human touch, access the user community. You can also sign up for helpful product-specific newsletters and tools.
Check Out These Valentine's Videos history.com – Curious about the origins of Valentine's Day? What goes on in the brain during heartbreak? Or how the kissing styles of men and women differ? As you get ready to celebrate the year's most romantic holiday, stop by this site to watch videos that will answer these questions and more.
Get Your Foodie Fix restaurant.org – Move over, Iron Chef! Members of the American Culinary Federation have offered their views on the hottest menu trends for 2015, and this National Restaurant Association site reveals the results. Watch the video for an overview or read one of several PDFs and articles to get detailed "what's hot" info.
Short Tutorial – How To Perform A Search On Twitter
Your Twitter timeline is great for helping you stay updated, entertained, and connected. But did you know you can also search the entire Twitterverse for information? Here's how it works:
Locate the search box at the top of your Twitter home page or app.
Type in your search term and enter.
The results will reflect everything on Twitter, including tweets and users.
In the full version, narrow the results by choosing from the selections in the left-hand column. If you're using the app, view these selections by tapping the "refine results" icon at the top of your screen.
As an alternative search method, click or tap a hashtag within a tweet to find all tweets with the same hashtag.
With 300,000 new tweets posted each minute, it's likely you'll find what you're looking for!
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