INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Watch Out For Fake Charities During Holiday Season
Polar Cablevision For All Of Your School News, Information, & Entertainment!
Cool Stuff To Pin On Your Pinterest Boards
Sites Of The Month
Great Sites To Check Out In November
This Month's FAQ
Which Security Question Should I Pick For A "Forgot Password" Feature?
Two To View
A Couple Of Amazing Videos You Don't Want To Miss
How To Save Interesting Items On Facebook
Greetings from Polar's E-Connections Team
November is the month when temperatures cool down and holiday preparations heat up. We've gathered seasonal content here to help you enjoy what makes November special (as well as avoid one of the month's potential threats). We start with a warning about the fake charity scams that turn up every fall, and we offer tips on how to avoid them.
Need recipe ideas for entertaining family and friends? Check out the hot cider and pumpkin doughnut recipes in the Pinterest section. Want to better understand your furry companions? Head for the fascinating dog site in Sites of the Month. Need inspiration for a building project? Watch a barn go up in minutes in Two to View.
This November issue also includes advice on how to pick a good security question as well as how to save interesting items on Facebook for reading later.
The goal of each of our eNewsletters is to keep our subscribers informed regarding their Internet connection and to improve their Internet experience. We think you'll find this information interesting.
To see what's inside this issue, simply scroll down the eNewsletter or click on the links within the index to the left. Thanks for reading!
- The E-Connections Team
Question: Sometimes a website will ask me to choose a security question from a list or write my own. What makes a good security question for a "Forgot Password" feature?
Answer: The security question (and answer) that's associated with an online account enables you to be sent your password in case you forget it. In order to prevent someone not authorized to access your account from getting your password, it's important to use a security question with an answer that has these characteristics:
Tired of scrolling through a friend's Facebook news feed to find the link to that cool story you didn't have time to read when it was originally posted? Thanks to a new feature in Facebook, you can save interesting items to check out later.
To save something you see on Facebook:
When you save things on Facebook, they'll appear in your Saved Items that only you can see.
To view the things you've saved:
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