July 14 – Evernote Basics for 2021 & OneNote
July 21 – Linux #10
July 28 – Email 101 & ProtonMail
9am -11am each Wednesday morning. Register on the day before using the links below.
Evernote gives you everything you need to keep life organized—great notetaking, project planning, and easy ways to find what you need when you need it. You can capture anything by adding more than text to your notes, including photos, files, and to-do lists. You can keep it together by creating a personal space for all your most important ideas and information. You can find it fast and get the right note right away with powerful search and keyword tags. You can sync your notes to all your devices, so they stay with you, even if you are offline. Hewie has used Evernote since 2008 and has almost 17,000 notes. He talks about the differences in the Free and Premium plans and demonstrates Evernote’s search speed and accuracy. If you use Evernote, he will show you some of the differences between version 6 and version 10.
OneNote with Mark Schulman, Central Florida Computer Society
This presentation provides a brief overview of Microsoft OneNote and how people can organize the flood of information we all have to deal with. Topics include How information is organized in OneNote, creating Notebooks, editing information, including graphs, tables, audio, video, and drawings, sharing information with others, including real-time collaboration, where to get OneNote, add-ins, and searching.
John Kennedy, Orv Beach, and Cal Esneault, Cajun Clickers Computer Club
The 10th edition of the Learning Linux Wednesday Workshop will include “the Gnome Desktop Environment, reviewing what is featured in the Gnome 3 version – to the new generation of totally redesigned Gnome 40; digging deeper into the sharing of files in the Linux network with the use of SSH; and Partitioning of internal/external drives along with discussing the custom installation of Linux.” And we may even address some other items.
7/28/21 – Email 101 and ProtonMail registration closes at 11:30 pm (ET) on July 27.
Email 101 with Dale Harrington, MICRO-PC
Let’s talk about email. Is it dying? All about it! How to use it effectively
ProtonMail by John Kennedy
John will tell us about how we can ensure our emails stay private with end-to-end encryption and they are stored on ProtonMail servers in an encrypted format. So not even ProtonMail can read our emails. It is a 100% free community, open-source service hosted in Switzerland that has the world’s strongest privacy laws.