Saturday, December 10, 2016
 
 
 
Once we have a decent set of stone tools we need to start thinking about finding food, and somewhere to stay over the night. Because as soon as the sun goes down out comes the monsters. Zombies. Skeletons with bows and arrows. Nasty Creepers who silently slink up behind you and blow up themselves, you and everything around you. Some players try to do it all on their first day - build wooden tools, get stone and make stone tools, find food and build a nice house. Usually that results in you ending up died and re-spawning somewhere, with the loss of all you have done so far.   [READ MORE]
 
Over the past several months we have been bombarded with newscast alarms about Ebola and, more recently, about MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome). A few years ago there were similar alarms about SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) All of these diseases are highly fatal. And here are no vaccines to protect you from any of them. Could these fearsome viral diseases impact your travel plans?   [READ MORE]
iPhone Tip # 10 - Do Not Disturb!
by Shirley Craig, Rev Up Transmedia
 
The new Do Not Disturb feature on the iPhone allows you to be very selective about what calls you want to receive and what calls you don't. This is ideal if you're looking for peace and quiet after business hours or, if during the evening or night, you don't want to miss an urgent call, but you just don't want to talk to everyone   [READ MORE]
iPhone Tip #9 - Customize Your Music Controls
by Shirley Craig, Rev Up Transmedia
 
How do you like to sort your music? Some people prefer to do it by playlist, others by artist or albums. There are seven ways to organize your music by Playlist, Artist, Songs, Albums, Compilations, Composers and Genres. Plus access your audio controls at anytime!   [READ MORE]
iPhone Tip # 8 - Scrolling Back To The Top
by Shirley Craig, Rev Up Transmedia
 
Often when you are scrolling through especially long web pages on your iPhone, it would be good to have a really easy way to flip back up to the top address bar. Every wish that? Well, with one single tap you can. Here's how.   [READ MORE]
iPhone Tip #7 - Weather At Your Fingertips
by Shirley Craig, Rev Up Transmedia
 
The weather around a lot of the country these past few weeks has been really awful, so we thought we'd make sure you know about a hidden feature in the Weather App on your iPhone. When you open the weather App, it gives you your Local Weather and then, of course, you can add as many cities as you would like, by tapping on the "i" button at the bottom right hand of your phone.   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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