eCurrents March 2015


Link to Advanced Technology, Personal Touch
 
Two To View – A Couple Of Amazing Videos You Don't Want To Miss
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Dashing Through The Snow
The power of nature and machines come together for an exciting display in this remarkable video. You might want to put on your ski goggles for this one!
  Learn A Bunch Of Brady Secrets
Apparently even sunny Marcia Brady gets a little cranky when she's hungry. Watch fascinating footage of the making of the 2015 Snickers Super Bowl ad.
Join Us At Our Annual Meeting
3 Rivers 62nd Annual Meeting will be held on Monday, March 16 in Fairfield at the Community Hall. Lunch will be served starting at 11:30 a.m. The business meeting starts at 1 p.m., with reports and other information plus plenty of door prizes! 

If you can't make it to the meeting you can watch a live stream on 3rivers.net and don't worry—you're not going to miss out on the opportunity to win a prize— we are randomly drawing ten member's names for a $50 gift certificate towards their 3 Rivers bill. All members who aren't at the meeting will be entered—no sign up needed! 

More annual meeting details are available on 3rivers.net.

Featured Apps – These Three Are Well Worth A Look

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Candy Crush Saga - FREE
Download this sweetest of apps to test your skills at mixing up the tasty treats on the game board just right. Play with friends to have the most fun. 

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Pinterest - FREE
If you love the desktop version, download the app so you can pin on the go. Newbies will also appreciate the fun visual discovery and sharing. 

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Epicurious - FREE
Food lovers, take notice: This app allows you to search for recipes, make shopping lists, follow cooking instructions, and get a "recipe of the day."


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Scam Alert – Beware Of Malvertising

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Go Pinterest-ing! – Cool Stuff To Pin On Your Pinterest Boards

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Sour And Sweet Treat Has Berries Galore
 
Adorable Dogs Find Cozy Sitting Space
 
Fun And Colorful Jelly Bean Tree

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Sites Of The Month – Great Sites To Check Out In March

Celebrate Women’s History Month
nwhp.org – Sponsored by the National Women's History Project, Women's History Month celebrates women's role in the history of our country. At this site, you can learn more about this year's theme, "Weaving the Stories of Women's Lives," find a performer or author to speak at your event, or purchase books and other resources.
Springtime Projects From Martha Stewart
marthastewart.com – Ready for some springtime projects? As usual, Martha Stewart has you covered. From egg ornaments to flower baskets to baby shower ideas, on this site you'll find step-by-step instructions to create them all. When you find something you like, it's easy to share with friends on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and more.
Great Deals On Gym Memberships
consumerreports.org – This Consumer Reports article describes several practical ways to save money on a gym membership. It includes strategies like signing up toward the end of the month, joining with others, and negotiating a fee that excludes services you won't use. You can also watch updates from services like Groupon for membership offers.
Nutritious Springtime Produce
cookinglight.com – Every season has its best produce, and this site celebrates the nutrition-packed fruits and veggies of spring. How about some juicy strawberries for fiber and Vitamin C? A good source of plant protein, fresh peas are at their peak from April through July. Artichokes, rhubarb, and morel mushrooms round out the list.

This Month's FAQ – How Can I Keep Neighbors From Using My Home Wi-Fi?

Question: I suspect my neighbors are using my Wi-Fi. How can I prevent this? 

Keep Neighbors From Using My Wi-FiAnswer: You're right to take precautions, as higher data charges, slow speeds, and hacking can result from unauthorized persons using your Wi-Fi (this is known as "piggybacking"). There are many steps you can take to prevent it from happening. Here are three of the most effective: 
  1. Create a password. Go into the admin dashboard for your router and find the default password. Change it to something difficult to guess. The best passwords are long, random combinations of letters and numbers. Don't worry about having to remember your password — you'll only have to enter it the first time you use a device on the network.