22 Apr Beware the latest Apple ID scam
If you receive a text to update your Apple ID, it is a scam. The text sends you to a fake website (that looks very official) to confirm your information – where you unwittingly turn over your username and password. Apple never asks for this info in a text message. Never trust a text or email asking for personal information, passwords, credit card information, etc.
Delivered a keynote to the Conrad Spirit of Innovation under the Saturn V at Kennedy Space Center last night. Keynoted in Alaska a few days ago and walked near a glacier. I think I would like to see my own bed now – thanks for the love and support. Have a great weekend!
Chief Tipster Dayna Steele
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Also continue to travel and talk to all sorts of people around the country about Alzheimer’s, educating caregivers and future caregivers. If you are not dealing with this crazy disease, I promise you will be in the future. Prepare and read Surviving Alzheimer’s with Friends, Facebook, and A Really Big Glass of Wine – the good, the bad, the funny, and … the wine. From Amazon in paperback and Kindle.