Boca Bits – July 2013

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The July 2013 issue of the Boca Raton Computer Society Boca Bits newsletter has been posted at http://brcs.org/bocabits.htm.

Some of the Contents

  • President’s Message
  • Web Browsing Privacy in the News – Privacy Policy of Major Providers
  • The Seventh Son Of Windows
  • Holy Cow! Is this a virus?
  • Misery from Social Media
  • Amazing Tale of a Satisfying Call to Tech Support
  • Android Phone Tips & Tricks
  • Interesting Internet Finds
  • About BRCS
  • Membership Application

Boca Bits – June 2013

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The June 2013 issue of the Boca Raton Computer Society Boca Bits newsletter has been posted at http://brcs.org/bocabits.htm.

Some of the Contents

  • President’s Message
  • What Has Your Computer Been Doing? Free Utility Shows All
  • The Seventh Son Of Windows
  • Permissions – Do you have the right ones?
  • What Does That Icon Mean?
  • Back to Basics: Connecting Things to Your Computer – The USB Port
  • Interesting Internet Finds

May 23, 2013 Freeware/Open Source SIG Summary and Links

Introduction

The main topic for the session was Evernote, a cross platform note taking service.

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Presentation

A short presentation was given:
May 23, 2013 Evernote Presentation

There are links to some resources for learning more about Evernote, towards the end of the presentation.

After the presentation, an active Evernote account was shown using, the Windows app, web login, and an Android smartphone and tablet. Several tools such as the Web Clipper and Clearly were also demonstrated.

Additional Link

I found a post from MakeUseOf, regarding some tools to use with Evernote, while writing this post:

7 Tools To Improve The Way You Use Evernote
http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/7-tools-to-improve-the-way-you-use-evernote/

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