The club has a booth at the Senior Expo 2015
Fee is $10 per session. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Here are the training survey results, as of January 21:
Sufficient interest was shown to run multi-session classes of “Writing Blogs and Building Websites”, “Backing up your info on all your devices”, and “Protect your identity across all your devices”
Sufficient interest was shown to run single-session classes of “Compare SkyDrive, Google Drive, Box and iCloud”, “Internal and External Storage for photos, documents, emails….”, and “Protect your Facebook or Google+ privacy online”
Sufficient interest was shown to run single-session free presentations of “Utilities”, “Managing passwords”, “Files, Folders and Favorites”
Here is the full table of results, unweighted: Continue reading
Windows 8.1 second Basic class, Thursday mornings, 10am – 12 noon . Please email “training at VictoriaComputerClub.org” if you want to register for this course. It will begin when there are ten people registered. Please bring your laptop with Windows 8/8.1 installed (if you have one). Club computers have Windows 7. Students without Window 8 laptops are welcome to view the visual presentation and take notes. Basic topics covered will include: tiles, charms, desktop, apps vs programs. Cost is $4 to members. Watch for updates in the club calendar.
First, I would like to welcome all new members who have joined The Victoria Computer Club (BB&C) since the fall. You have added to the vitality of the club!
THE YEAR 2014 IN REVIEW
We have made a few changes around the premises. Continue reading
The AGM will be held at the clubhouse,
85a Burnside Road West, Victoria, at 2pm
Two motions will be voted on: Continue reading
1) Websites hosted on rented hosts, such as BlueHost
(shortened on the calendar to WordPress.ORG)
2) Websites hosted on free space at WordPress.com
(shortened on the calendar to WordPress.COM)
Our most advanced offering. Topics vary, according to presenter.
Join us at the Gorge Vale Golf Course on Wednesday, December 17th for Christmas lunch at 1:00 pm. The buffet includes a seasonal salad with condiments, pre-carved roasted turkey with cranberry sauce and savory stuffing, roast potatoes and seasonal vegetables. The buffet also includes chef’s choice desserts and coffee/tea.
The price is $24 per person (Includes the 15% Grat and 5% GST.) Tickets must be purchased at the clubhouse, before December 14th. Because the tickets are being sold at cost, we cannot take credit card payments. No tickets will be sold at the lunch, because we must pre-order the number of meals in advance.
You can bring to the lunch a wrapped gift of interest to anyone, not more than $5 in value, new or used, for exchange.
Windows is evolving rapidly to challenge Google and Apple with its Internet Applications Joel Rushworth will bring us up to date on the Windows Universe, including Outlook.com, One Note, Windows Phones, Office Online and XBox.
To sync up, attend the presentation Sunday, December 7th at 10:30 am. Please RSVP .
We had a great turnout for the second session of the iMobile SIG. Bill P. brought his brand new iPhone 6 plus. We discussed everything from security to travel apps. Get all the SIG news on our SIG group page here. The next meeting is Thursday, November 27, 2014 at 10am at the clubhouse. See all you iPeople then! — Cody (Catherin) Gregory