Boca Bits Newsletter January 2015

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The January 2015 issue of the Boca Raton Computer Society Boca Bits newsletter has been posted at http://brcs.org/bocabits.htm.
(PDF versions of Boca Bits from November 2001 available on the site also.)

Some of the Contents

  • Page 3
    President’s Message
  • Page 5
    Google Chromecast – Inexpensive Competitor to Cable and Satellite Entertainment
    There is a lot of interest lately in cutting back on cable/satellite. Ira Wilsker talks about using Google Chromecast instead.
  • Page 9
    Do I need everything installed by Microsoft Update?
    Leo Notenboom explains why you shouldn’t try to out guess Microsoft Update.
  • Page 11
    Word Tip: Intelligently Starting A New Paragraph
  • Page 12
    Winter 2015 FACUG Technology Mini-Conference Flyer
  • Page 13
    Image Processing Software Part 2
    Part 2 deals with processing raw images.
  • Page 16
    4 Part Android SIG Announcement
    Information about the special 4 part Android series, which starts the first Wednesday of January 2015
  • Page 16
    More Initials: RSS
    Learn about RSS.
  • Page 18
    December 2014 Interesting Internet Finds

President/Editor/SIG Leader,
Boca Raton Computer Society, Inc.. Retired, grandfather, blogger, participating in creative writing prompt blogs, and love to read.

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