2nd February 2020

Book Review

Tim McQueen Technically Wrong – sexist apps, biased algorithms and other threats of toxic tech. Sara Wachter-Boettcher, Norton 2017 232 pp There have been several analyses […]
2nd February 2020

February Monthly Meeting

The December Monthly Meeting will be held Wednesday February 5 at 7pm. Guest Speaker: Dr Alasdair McAndrew Our guest speaker is Dr Alasdair McAndrew. His topic […]
1st February 2020

Northern Suburbs Linux SIG Report January 2020

David Hatton The first meeting for the year was opened with the now traditional Linux News which featured a video reviewing the rise of Open Source […]
1st February 2020

Editorial February 2020

Hugh Macdonald Hello all, Welcome to the first edition of PC Update for 2020. I hope you had a relaxing holiday period and 2020 has got […]
1st February 2020

East SIG Report December 2019

Neil Muller The final meeting for 2019 commenced with the now traditional Christmas BBQ, followed by a shortened meeting. Normal meetings will resume on the second […]
1st February 2020

East SIG Report November 2019

Neil Muller The November meeting opened with George Skarbek conducting his usual Q&A segment. Q: In the last week Windows File Explorer has refused to open […]
1st February 2020

Club News February 2020

Hugh Macdonald Training Room The revamp of the training room began in July 2019 when all members were invited to a meeting to discuss the future […]
31st January 2020

Not bot, not beast: scientists create first ever living, programmable organism

Simon Coghlan, University of Melbourne and Kobi Leins, University of Melbourne A remarkable combination of artificial intelligence (AI) and biology has produced the world’s first “living […]
31st January 2020

Windows 10 Taskbar Options

Jim Sanders, Director / Webmaster, North Orange County Computer Club, CA The taskbar is a very important part of the Windows 10 operating system. Arguably, it’s […]