One of the email inboxes I use gets emails from Spam notification email@example.com and when I click on “Release to Inbox” or “Report as Not Junk” to let an inadvertently temporarily blocked spam-quarantined message through, I get a little popup error message on the Mac Safari browser:
Finally found a solution at the Microsoft support site: Mac users can’t release messages from Exchange Online Protection quarantine—
To resolve this issue, follow these steps:
- Locate the Keychain Access program on the Mac. To do this, open Finder, and then open the Applications folder. The Applications folder contains a folder that’s named Utilities. The Keychain Access program is in the Utilities folder.
- Open Keychain Access, and then locate all certificates in the Safari dialog box that show as This client requires a certificate.
- Select the certificates that you located in step 2, and then delete them from Keychain Access.
- Restart Safari.
Get ready for road trip PDC! From August 10—September 5, the PDC tour bus is stopping at select cities across the country to connect with ministry leaders and build relationships one church at a time. The PD team is geared up to equip the next generation of church leaders during one-day meet-ups in your hometown!
Los Angeles – August 10
Fresno – August 12
Sacramento – August 15
San Francisco – August 17
Redding – August 19
Portland – August 24
Seattle – August 26
Spokane – August 29
Boise – September 1
Bozeman – September 5
WHEN: Meet-ups hosted Aug 10—Sept 5, 2016
WHERE: In 10 cities across the U.S., and more to come!
HOW: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Summertimes are great for road trips here in the USA and there are over a hundred thousand Spotify road trip playlists. The aggregated data says these are the playlists with the most popular road trip songs:
via 4 Great Road Trip Playlists Data-Crunched from the Crowd (Spotify News, 8/2014)
But (some of) the most popular Spotify road trip playlists with the most followers are:
For more road trip fun, try the Road Trip Mixtape, from the legendary Paul Lamere, Director of Developer Platform for The Echo Nest, part of the Spotify family.
And, for those of you that like more upbeat songs, like me, I’m curating my Spotify playlist — driving beat for road trips. Follow this playlist if you like it!
A list of websites with maps for Pokémon Go, some even track where Pokémons were captured—
Pokémon GO Map (Global) https://goo.gl/8NZuk0 – the map is powered by Google Maps and the mapping team is based in Australia
mapokemon.com – Pokémon Go Map for Gyms and PokéStop ~ created by @MrWigster
pokemongomap.io – a crowd-sourced map of PokéStops, Gyms, and where Pokémons captured
pokemon-map.com – “a colaborative Pokémon GO map tool created to help players find their favorite Pokémon location around the world” ~ Created by @felipefrancisco
pokemongomap.com Pokémon GO map ~ under construction
Heavy.com article, ‘Pokémon Go’ Poké Stop Map: How to Find Stops & Gyms in Your Area, mentions 2 options for finding a good map:
The first is to make use of Ingress, a game developed by the same company that made Pokémon Go. It operates under a similar premise of having players visit real-life locations, and Niantic seems to have used this map as the basis for the Pokémon Go map…
Your second option is to check out this map that fans of the game have been slowly assembling on the Pokémon Go subreddit. This one is even more incomplete, as it is gradually being developed by players, and the game simply hasn’t been out for long enough to fill up the whole thing…
Apparently there are at least 3 options for alternative healthcare via sharing plans amongst Christians, where members contribute to a common fund and share their medical costs.
Featured in PBS’ Religion News & Ethnics Newsweekly, Christian Healthcare Sharing—
There are a number of Christian healthcare sharing ministries throughout the US. Unlike traditional insurance companies, they collect monthly dues and then distribute the money to subscribers who have medical bills to pay.
Disclaimer: I do not use a healthcare sharing ministry; I’m currently insured by traditional health insurance. Mentions here are only for research reference – not an endorsement.