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 .
Windows 8.1 class starts Tuesday morning, November 25th, 10am-12noon. Second class will be Tues, Dec 16 (then not till January). Attendees must have a laptop with Windows 8/8.1 installed. Basic topics covered will include: tiles, charms, desktop, apps vs programs. Cost is free to members. To sign up send an email to: email@example.com . Watch for updates in the club calendar.
Join us on Wednesday, December 17th for Christmas lunch at 1:00 pm. We are arranging for a hot turkey lunch with soup and vegetables at the Gorge Vale Golf Club. When we know the price, we will post it here, and tickets will be available at the clubhouse, until December 14th. Bring along a wrapped gift of interest to anyone, not more than $5 in value, new or used, for exchange.
There is no monthly meeting for November.
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
This group meets the 4th Thursday at 10am. iPhone, iPad and iPod users meet to learn how to better manage their Apple mobile products. Led by Catherin (Cody) Gregory.
Leave a reply on the iMobile SIG Page to get help with your iPhone, iPad, and iPod devices. Your first comment will need to be moderated before it appears. After that, your comments appear automatically.
Gorge Vale Golf Course, Tillicum and Craigflower Road, Esquimalt
Mike Nelson Pedde explained the ins and outs of how to edit photos on your smart phone. Mike has 40 years experience in photography.
Notes after the presentation:
1) There are two places in the presentation where Mike jumped over to Firefox. Those links won’t be active in the .pdf of the presentation
2) Mike can’t overemphasize the importance of good digital asset management (D.A.M.) – this is a great place to start: The DAM Book
and The DAM Forum
P.S. The Wacom Bamboo Stylus can be purchased at London Drugs, Stapes, etc. but the replacement tips are harder to find. I recommend NCIX.com
It’s $7.50 for three nibs, plus shipping, so I usually order 6 as the shipping cost is the same. Part number for the nibs is ACK20601 There’s also a softer nib – ACK20501 but I don’t like them. Maybe if you’re drawing in ‘charcoal’ on your iPad.
The facts are that cell phone (and tablet) cameras are everywhere today, and that mostly they’re used by people to make selfies to post on Facebook or to email to friends. Continue reading
Peter Young of Priority1 Computers will explain the ins and outs of refurbished computers. See their products here.
George Bowden will demo a new format to our training, using online videos.
When: Wednesday, September 17th, 2pm to 3:30pm . Bring your lunch and socialize at 1pm.
Where: At the computer clubhouse, 85a Burnside Road West
Please RSVP because seating is limited to about 25. This page will be occasionally updated with the number currently registered.
Currently 15 members are registered.
It has been a busy spring and summer around the Clubhouse. There has been sadness as well as accomplishments. Our new name “Victoria Computer Club” has attracted new members and favorable comments. When the club was formed 30 years ago, everyone knew what “Big Blue” stood for but now so much has been added and changed in the computer world that the name ”Big Blue and Cousins” is no longer relevant.
What is it?
Wednesday August 6th from 2pm to 6pm
At the Beaver Lake Picnic Area about 0.7 km from Elk Lake Drive
2pm: Socializing, Games, and Photoshoot for those bringing digital cameras.
4pm: the Potluck begins. Entrees and salads preferred over desserts. Note: The CRD prohibits alcoholic beverage consumption, open fires, and camping.
Menu so far: Special Egg rolls, Salad, iced tea , 2 chicken dishes, 2 salads, cheese plate, dessert.
The club will supply Cake / Pop / Ice / Plates / Napkins / Plastic Cutlery / Table covers & Balloons .. surprise draws donated by members. We welcome musicians, singers, dancers, and magicians. We will be under the picnic shelter where there are tables and benches.
Bring your own chair if you wish. From 2-4 we will have lawn games – … we need a volunteer to organize.
Contact Sharon Duncan at 250-590-5924 or Rolande at 250-385-6532.
Please RSVP and we will post what food and games people plan to bring…
Car-pooling may be possible, certainly from the clubhouse. Contact George 250-893-7423.
This event replaces the monthly meeting.
June 18 Monthly meeting, at 2pm
Bring your own lunch at 1pm if you like.
A tour of our Victoria Computer Club’s New Website
The Web Shared Interest Group has been building this new website . You can try out the website, and give us immediate feedback. Share the calendar, upload your photos, ask for help, or join the discussion.