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June 2017

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Did you ever wonder what your website looked like ten years ago - or last year - last month. How about your competitor's site - or CNN?

For 20 years, through the Wayback Machine, these tireless non-profit folks have saved 26 petabytes (that's 26,000,000,000,000,000 bytes) of data and preserve 750 million Web pages per week. Here you can explore more than 286 billion web pages they have saved over the last two decades (If you have the time).

In case your site goes down or disappears, they even have tools on the site to help you restore your website from any point in time.

Way out. Way good folks!

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We are always pleased to be of service to our Cyber Friends and to provide you with these monthly CyberTips. As members of the Real Estate CyberSpace Society we are always current on ways to expand their normal high standards of service with the very latest Internet and other CyberSpace strategies and tools. Click Here for hundreds of Cyber Tricks and Great Places in back issues.

You may not know this, but right in your kitchen cabinet, you have one of the most versatile products ever produced. This inexpensive stuff will calm bug bites and make stinky feet quite bearable.

In addition, this miraculous stuff will chase ants away - clean drains - deodorize carpet - remove your munchkins' crayon marks from your wall - take the smell from your refrigerator - and brighten your whites.

Need some toothpaste -or mouthwash - remove rust - shine chrome -- this magic stuff is at your beck and call.

There are 101 uses at this site for this amazing stuff. -------- It's called baking soda.

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A smile is always a happy thing. Right? Wrong.

Researchers have discovered that there are19 different types of smile and that our grins are not as simple as they seem. There are a lot of different ways to smile - and some of them can conceal less than happy feelings.

Surprisingly of the 19 smile types, only six appear when we're having a good time. The rest happen when we're in pain, embarrassed, uncomfortable, horrified or even miserable. A smile may mean contempt, anger or incredulity --- that we're lying or that we're lost. The detail on these interesting findings are worth a visit to this great place.

No funny stuff here - just some surprising information about our smiles.

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Question: What's the most spoken word at 50th reunions? Answer: What?

Of course you aren't ready for (or close to) your 50th - but we're sure you know someone who says "What" or "Huh" a lot.

The National Hearing Test is an accurate, validated hearing screening test, developed with funding from the National Institutes of Health. This confidential, not-for-profit screening is taken over a telephone to help you determine if you have been avoiding a hearing evaluation for too long. The test is non-promotional and has no financial connection with any hearing products or services.

AARP has cooperated to bring this valuable resource to its forty million members without cost. Non-members can take the test for five dollars.

Now hear this - it's a bargain!

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