JANUARY 18 & JANUARY 25, 2023
9 am PT, 10 am MT, 11 am CT, 12 pm ET
John's revised Introduction to Linux presentation
Answers to 12/28/22 Questions with the Linux Team
A Potpourri of Google Photos Tips & Tricks with Chris and Jim Guld
Creating a Public Calendar for Your Group with John Krout
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Potomac Area Technology And Computer Society
1/18/23 – Having Fun with Linux
Register for this workshop here -- https://forms.gle/1KjudeipEQTncDo38
After you click Submit, you will receive a pop-up acknowledgment of your registration. In addition, you will receive the workshop encrypted Zoom link on Tuesday, 1/17, after registration closes at 6 pm Pacific Time.
At the start of a New Year and with hopes of new attendees interested in learning about Linux, we'll start our first workshop with a revised presentation on an "Introduction to Linux." We'll then learn about the possible new format for the Learning Linux workshops. Some members of the team will share some "Newsworthy Notes" and maybe share some programs in the "Software Showcase" section. There were a couple of questions/items from the December Roundtable that didn't get addressed, and we'll bring them up and see if we get any resolved. And you never know what might come up in our "open mic" Q&A. John
1/25/23 – Register for this workshop here -- https://forms.gle/Vrr7faFZ2wVQuTcXA
After you click Submit, you will receive a pop-up acknowledgment of your registration. In addition, you will receive the workshop encrypted Zoom link on Tuesday, 1/24, after registration closes at 6 pm Pacific Time.
A Potpourri of Google Photos Tips & Tricks with Chris & Jim. Including Recent Improvements for faster and easier searching with Google Photos; Advanced photo searching techniques, including smarter naming of photo albums; How to share your album or a single photo with relatives and friends; Using motion photos (Android) and Live photos (iPhone): These are handy tools to ensure everyone in a group photo has their eyes open; Using motion photos (Android) and Live photos (iPhone)—handy tools to ensure everyone in a group photo has their eyes open; Background blurring; Face unblurring after the picture is taken, Color focus and the Smart Object Eraser.
Creating a Public Digital Calendar for Your Computer Club with John Krout. A public calendar for your group can provide reminders of recurring events, such as meetings, SIGs, special events, etc., for your members and visitors to your website.
Each digital calendar is accessible via a URL. You can share that URL via your web page, email, flyers, and social media.
When you add or update an event in a digital calendar, that update is distributed to everyone who uses the digital calendar.