Presentation by Abby Stokes March 18, 2015

The Boca Raton Computer Society welcomes Abby Stokes, author of “Is This Thing On?” A Friendly Guide to Everything Digital for Newbies, Technophobes and the Kicking & Screaming.

If you are anywhere in the area, please come and enjoy this presentation. It is open to the public

Time and Place

Wednesday, March 18th at 7:30pm

South County Civic Center
16700 Jog Road
Delray Beach, FL 33446

Author Information

Best-selling author helps you Photo of Abby StokesNavigate the Digital World.

Abby Stokes, author of “Is This Thing On?” A Friendly Guide to Everything Digital for Newbies, Technophobes and the Kicking & Screaming.

“Is This Thing On?” Navigating the Digital World Presentation

  • Should you buy a tablet or a computer? Stick with your PC or move onto an Apple?
  • How do you maximize your searches and why on earth do people want to share on Facebook?
  • Abby helps “digital immigrants” (those baby boomers and beyond not born with a keyboard and mouse in their hand) understand what everyone is talking about.

Copies of “Is This Thing On?” will be available for purchase.

Boca Bits Newsletter March 2015

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The March 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
    My Favorite Free Android Apps
    Ira tells about some of his favorite free Android apps.
  • Page 10
    Using Dropbox for Nearly Continuous Document Backup
    Leo Notenboom explains how to use Dropbox to ensure document backups.
  • Page 13 (Bottom Right)
    Cartoon
  • Page 14
    Word Tip: Controlling How Body Text is Displayed
  • Page 15
    Music And Video Files: Modify Them To Your Needs
  • Page 17
    Cartoons
  • Page 18
    February 2015 Interesting Internet Finds

Boca Bits Newsletter February 2015

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The February 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 issues starting from November 2001 available on the site also.

Some of the Contents

  • Page 3

    President’s Message

  • Page 5

    Are Your Android Apps Spying on You?

  • Page 9

    Let’s Get More People to Back Up

  • Page 13

    Word Tip: Setting Table Values to Three Decimal Places

  • Page 14

    Image Processing Software Part 3

  • Page 17

    Back to Basics
    Tips for Using Your Keyboard and Entering Text

  • Page 19

    January 2016 501c3 Fund Raising Cruise Early Bird Discount Announcement

  • Page 20

    Interesting Internet Finds
    And
    APCUG 2015 Winter VTC Notice