Dear general public: Stop being mean to the National Weather Service, State/Local government public safety, and news reporters.
When “breaking news” occurs pertaining to safety, please adhere to the warnings put forth by the official sources.
Again, stop being mean!
Most reporters are generally nice and they want to report the facts.
For your protection, heed all safety warnings from official sources.
The Internets….just kidding, the Internet.
Data aggregated from several sources including Twitter, Business Insider, and PHX Corporate.
Much similar to our national debt counter, this is a fun neat graphic.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month!
Here’s a few tips that could help you to enhance your Cyber protection:
- Don’t click on strange or funky links.
- Make sure your antivirus software is regularly updated.
- Only click on links that are from trusted sources.
- Download the latest updates/patches for your computer programs.
- Monitor and review your child’s online activity.
- Backup all your files regularly.
- DO NOT click or play weird computer games like Global Thermonuclear War
- And please DO NOT talk to computers named Joshua.
“How about a nice game of chess?”