Two To View – A Couple Of Amazing Videos You Don't Want To Miss
Dog Wants A Kitty Watch the suspense as this "talking" dog tries to discover whether or not his owner brought home a kitten for him to play with.
They Grow Up So Fast Through a series of clips, this video portrait highlights the similarities and differences of a young girl going from newborn to age 12.
3 Rivers has some upcoming events you might be interested in.
July 26 is our 15th Annual Charity 4-Person Golf Scramble at Madison Meadows Golf Course in Ennis. Proceeds benefit the Virginia City Volunteer Fire Department. Entry forms are available at3rivers.net.
August 2 is the first of two Customer Appreciation Picnics—this one is in Big Sky at the Community Park from noon until 2 p.m., with a free picnic lunch, door prizes, giveaways and live music by the Ruby Valley Boys.
August 30 is the second Customer Appreciation Picnic, in Heart Butte at the Heart Butte School from noon until 2 p.m. and also includes a free picnic lunch, door prizes and giveaways with live music by the Wee Ski Cousins.
For more details on these and other summer events, check out the Community Calendar on3rivers.net.
Free Featured Apps – These Three Are Well Worth A Look
PhotoGrid This app helps you make great-looking collages for Instagram. It comes with templates, filters, stickers, frames, backgrounds, and more for fun with photos.
You haven't started pinning on Pinterest yet and you want to get started? If so, click here.
Sites Of The Month – Great Sites To Check Out In July
Go Outside And Play wilderness.org – Interactions with nature are key for developing an appreciation for the environment, and this site invites readers to make a pledge to "go outside and play!" It also provides great resources to help you do it, like tips for nature walking, family-friendly wilderness fun, camping, and cooking.
Add To Your Music Knowledge playback.fm – If you love music, you'll love this site, which offers a wide range of musical information. Watch videos of "songs trending this week," or test your knowledge with music quizzes. Check out the top 100 song charts going all the way back to the 1900s, or find out what song was #1 the day you were born.
Give Your Oven A Summer Break delish.com – With warm summer weather, the last thing you want to do is turn on the oven. But, you can still eat well by following the recipes on this site. You'll find plenty of hearty and refreshing dishes that are as delicious as they are easy to prepare.
Makeover Your Table realsimple.com – What do flowers, cabbage, strips of paper, and lollipops have in common? You can use them all to make fun, easy centerpieces to add color and whimsy to your table the next time you entertain. This Real Simple gallery gives you great ideas for all kinds of occasions.
This Month's FAQ – What Do I Do If My Twitter Account Has Been Hacked?
Question: I've seen some tweets that I didn't post, and I suspect my Twitter account has been hacked. How can I know for sure, and what can I do about it?
Answer: Often Twitter hacking is evident from tweets you didn't post, as with your situation, or direct messages sent from your account, email changes, or other activity that you didn't authorize. If you even suspect your account has been hacked, follow the steps below:
Request a password reset. Use the password reset form within Twitter, and check for the reset email at the address associated with your Twitter account. Log on and immediately reset your password to one you'll remember.
Revoke connections to third-party applications. To do this, visit the Apps section in your settings. Remove access for any third-party applications you don't recognize. Then, update your password in remaining third-party applications.
Log out of Twitter on your phone or other devices. Next time you log on, you'll be asked to provide the new password.