31st January 2020

Making Your Tech “Fit” – Cords, Voice, Sound, and other hazards

Debra Carlson, Technical Advisor, CVC Computer Club, CO Cords – Whether tripping or kicking (and disconnecting) them … or getting the contents of your desktop lost […]
31st January 2020

Does social media make us more or less lonely? Depends on how you use it

Roger Patulny, University of Wollongong Humans are more connected to each other than ever, thanks to smartphones, the web and social media. At the same time, […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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

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

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

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 […]
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