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Isn't there a passage somewhere in the Bible that.....?

In the old days when I was in Bible College we either used a chain reference Bible or a Concordance to look up scriptures of which we could only remember a small part. Today thanks to computers and the Internet there are many resources where we can study the Bible. My favorite that I use everyday is,

BibleGateway.com

The Bible Gateway is a tool for reading and researching scripture online -- all in the language or translation of your choice! It provides advanced searching capabilities, which allow readers to find and compare particular passages in scripture based on keywords, phrases, or scripture reference.

You can view a complete list of available Bible versions and translations. To access some of the Bible Gateway's other features (a Verse of the Day widget, Bible commentaries, audio Bibles, and more), use the navigation menu on the left.

Let's keep reading out there!

Timothy J. Kilkenny
Founder & CEO
tim@fullnet.net


Every Rule of Thumb on Earth in One Place!

A mix of folk wisdom, common sense, shared experience, the advice of experts, and the kind of group think that's made websites like Wikipedia so vital, Rules of Thumb.Org is the impulsive compendium of 1,000 general principles that apply to every facet of life. Collected by Tom Parker for over 25 years, these are rules that are practical, quirky, and as entertaining to read as they are relevant to the reader.

There's a rule of thumb for just about every subject imaginable- money, marriage, cooking, health, weather, cars, gardening, restaurants, and travel. This is the priceless knowledge that's accumulated not from reading, but from living. Tempted by a string of pearls at a yard sale? Rub them against your teeth: The rule of thumb, as your grandmother might have told you, is that a genuine pearl will grate. Not sure how to choose a puppy? Pick one whose tail wags in sync with its walk - a sign of calmness. To win at blackjack, assume that any unseen card is an eight. And remember, a rule of thumb works four out of five times (including this one).

Check it out at RulesOfThumb.org.

Happy Surfing From Your Friends at FullNet!

Roger Baresel
President


Phishing and Pharming and Phreaking ... Oh My!

"We're not in Kansas any more Toto" ... and the simpler life is gone. The ease and convenience that modern technology has brought to us is also available to unscrupulous people that will attempt to solicit information from you for less than honorable purposes.

It seems there has been increased activity in the Phishing e-mails we all receive. And no, I am not referring to an offer to sit on the banks and enjoy a peaceful afternoon. Phishing is when someone sends you e-mail 'fishing' for personal information. The most recent attempts involve sending you an e-mail that appears to be from FullNet - telling you your web mail access is being shut down unless you reset your user name and password etc.

I get a lot of e-mail telling me that my E-bay account needs updating or that there is something wrong with some financial account. These are popular ways to attempt to get around your security and filter programs. These often provide convenient links to what appears to be the official site for a particular company. This is Pharming - and it has nothing to do with old fashioned country life.

Then we add phreaking - a techno-slang term coined to refer to a subculture of people who experiment with phone systems. These days a call that might sound suspicious has been replaced with a text to your cell phone that you do not recognize.

You need to know that these are all attacks that use social engineering and technical subterfuge to steal a person's personal identity, data and financial information. You need to know to be cautious and not respond directly to anything you find odd or suspicious. You also need to know that FullNet does not ask you for information of a sensitive nature with e-mails.

For now just know that we are here to help keep you 'phat' 24 hours a day. ('Phat' is an adjective used in pop culture to express approval. Someone that is 'phat' could be intelligent or otherwise admired). If you are concerned about strange e-mails or a web site you don't think is quite right you can contact customer service at 1-877-385-5832 any time day or night. Remember, we are not simply 'tech support'; we are truly here for Customer Service!

Happy surfing!

John Secondi
FullNet Customer Service Manager
1-877-385-5832
support@fullnet.net

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