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Google Privacy

Slides for George’s presentation Jan 6th https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1TyobVViXXKVGYA7beSg1JwwEdOKjSdRpZoM0M7jfUKQ/edit?usp=sharing

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Chromebook presentation links

For Monday’s Basic Computing group’s presentation on Chromebooks, use this APCUG presentation use this link

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Security 2017 for the Seniors Group

The first half was presented to the Seniors Group on April 10th, up to the middle of slide 5. See http://tinyurl.com/mj2rx54 April 17th we will finish the second half

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Bodies in the Bathroom, Bottom of the Stairs

If you fall in the bathroom, you may be in for a terrible time trying to raise a neighbour. To counter this, “Fall Alert” devices, worn on the wrist or around the neck, can be rented for about $40 per month … Continue reading

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Web Mail and Client Mail Differences

Here is Rick’s document on web mail and client mail differences

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Seniors Web & Email Security

Rick’s Presentation material on Web & Email Security can be down-loaded HERE

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Tagging photos and files

Tagging files is an alternative to, and enhancement to, creating a folder structure for you photos and files. Tags are non-hierarchical Many tags can be assigned to one photo Many photos can be assigned the same tag Tags are meta data … Continue reading

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Email and What Nobody Tells You – Seniors SIG April 4th.

Rick Weatherhead prepared a very good introduction to different email viewers, including Browsing to webmail.shaw.ca, webmail.telus.net, and gmail, Using a desktop email client such as Windows Live Mail 2012. How does Web Mail and Client Email Really work? Email Etiquette Security … Continue reading

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Is Google Drive Safe?

In today’s presentation on Google Docs to the Seniors SIG, I was asked “Is it safe to put my stuff up in Google’s cloud? Can’t hackers get at it? Well, if your password is “password”, hackers will get at it. The … Continue reading

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Seniors SIG Restarts

The Seniors Group meets every Monday morning (restarts Monday, September 7th) 10 am – 12 noon at the clubhouse for coffee and to discuss topics of interest relating to various computer programs and operating systems that you use on a … Continue reading

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