This article suggests that there is more of a deficit than I might have expected in awareness of online safety issues.
For the most part, I’ve tried to stay quiet this election season. While I have great hopes for President Elect Trump, the election process this year seemed more geared to providing entertainment than selecting the next leader of the most powerful nation on earth.
That said, when someone sent me this, I couldn’t resist sharing.
Merry Christmas one and all. May God bless each of us.
There’s a lot to be thankful for this year. We demonstrated once again that we can change political parties without violence. We’re seeing a climb out of some bad economic years.
Find some time to reflect on what you’re thankful for this year. For me, one of those things is the opportunity to provide a website to a lot of great people.
Those of you who have served our country, Thank You!
The database restoration went much faster than anticipated. Down time was approximately 30 minutes, and the site appears to be working normally.
Again my apologies for the inconvenience. Thank you for your patience.
One of the primary databases is crashed at the moment. I expect to have it back online in an hour or two. I’ll update here when I have it back up.
My apologies for the inconvenience.
Today marks 15 years since the attack against us we refer to as 9-11. Please take a few moments to think about not only our fallen, but the first responders who continue to stand ready every day.
I hope everyone got some quality time today. God bless.
Atlantic Broadband will be discontinuing dialup and DSL services on May 10. If you purchase dialup service or DSL service through Atlantic Broadband, now is the time to start looking for another provider.
This applies to any of the brand name’s that Atlantic Broadband carries, including Flood City and PennsWoods.
Please note! The classifieds, advertising, and event listings will continue to operate as Rennug.com!
If you can receive Atlantic Broadband’s cable, they have a really good deal on signing up. Let them know you are a curent dialup or DSL customer.
Otherwise Dialup4Less is a good option for dialup. For DSL your best option might be to contact Verizon and ask them for an ISP switch to Verizon.