In This Issue:Cisco Original 10GBASE-CU Twin-Ax SFP+ Passive Cable, 3M, NEW | 7 Important Facebook Privacy Setting to Change Right Now | News to Start Your Day
June 3rd is the perfect time to get a crack at the annual observance of National Egg Day! Eggs are essential ingredients in many of our daily recipes. I mean, there’s really so much to celebrate in these small packages!
The CK Daily – I Need Mondays!
Well friends, today is Thursday but technically Wednesday in my mind, since we honored our fallen soldiers this past Monday with Memorial Day and had the day off.
I gotta be honest, having a long weekend has taken a toll on me as I am dragging through this week. I never knew the dreaded Monday would have such an impact on my life. It pains me to say this but, I NEED Mondays!
Is there something in your life that you dread but find necessary? It’s Mondays for me. I once read that 80% of professionals experience the “Sunday Scaries” and I am sure I am a part of this statistic.
Anyways, have a good day, and I know you are going to tackle the day!
Product Spotlights & Updates:
Happy Thursday! Today’s product spotlight is the Cisco Original 10GBASE-CU Twin-Ax SFP+ Passive Cable, SFPH10GBCU3M-NEW!
This passive copper Twin-Ax SFP+ cable can be used for Cisco Catalyst 3560-X and 3750-X series switches, and many others.
Small Form-Factor Pluggable Plus passive copper cables are a high-performance connectivity solution supporting 10Gb Ethernet and Fibre Channel applications. SFP+ cables were developed as cost-effective, low-power alternatives to fiber optic cables in high-speed interconnect applications, such as network storage and enterprise networking.
You’ll love these and this week they are 10% off! Grab yours today!
7 Important Facebook Privacy Settings to Change Right Now – HowToGeek
HowToGeek provides great tips for maintaining your privacy on Facebook. To read the full article visit their page here.
Facebook’s long list of privacy options can seem daunting, but there are only a few settings that you need to change to better protect yourself. Here are some things you should check right now.
While most of these settings can be changed via the Facebook app on iPhone and Android, the settings themselves may be presented slightly differently when accessed from the app.
Delist Your Profile from Search Engines
If you don’t want your Facebook profile potentially appearing when someone searches for your name, you should instruct Facebook to delist it from search engines. This tells the search engine not to index the page, but this might take a short while to take effect.
Make Your Friends List Private
By default, your friends list is visible to everyone, including to people you are not friends with. Having a list of your friends might help people find you, and not everyone is comfortable with this. You probably don’t want Joe Public to be able to look up a list of your close friends, family members, or romantic partners.
Restrict Visibility of Your Older Posts En Masse
If you initially made your Facebook account back when it was an invite-only college network or shortly after the service opened up to everyone, you might have forgotten about some embarrassing older public posts that you made.
Enable Timeline Review
By default, anyone can tag you in a post and it’s added to your Facebook Timeline, right on your profile alongside the updates that you’ve authored yourself. This happens for both posts (like someone tagging you because you met up for a coffee) and photos.
Disable Facial Recognition
Facial recognition has some upsides on Facebook, but not everyone is comfortable with it. With facial recognition enabled, Facebook might suggest you as a tag when a friend uploads a photo, or make suggestions on your own photo tags.
Preview How Others See Your Profile
Facebook allows you to see how your Facebook profile appears to other people. This allows you to view what information you have left on display for the public to see.
Today’s News to Start Your Day:
- As of this morning, in the US, active COVID cases are on a decline and are reported at 5,556,774.
- Brewing giant Anheuser-Busch will “buy America’s next round of beer” when the nation reaches President Joe Biden’s goal of 70% of adults at least partially vaccinated.
- United Airlines is buying 15 planes from Boom Supersonic. Boom is targeting the start of passenger service in 2029 with a plane that could fly at Mach 1.7 and cut some flight times in half.
- Microsoft will unveil the next version of Windows that will bring enhancements for software developers and creators on June 24th.
- Rolls-Royce has yet again launched the most expensive and luxurious car in the world, the Boat-Tail model. Read more about it here.