29th March 2022

An open letter to Scott Morrison

An open letter to Scott Morrison On March 15 the full federal court ruled that the  federal environment minister, Sussan Ley does not have a duty […]
29th March 2022

Potential Problems Ahead For Users of Three Popular Web Browsers

Potential Problems Ahead For Users of Three Popular Web Browsers By Kurt Jefferson, Editor, Central Kentucky Computer Society Three of the most popular Web browsers in […]
29th March 2022

Editorial March 2022

Editorial March 2022 David Stonier-Gibson Hugh Macdonald is temporarily indisposed, so I am holding the editor’s quill for him until he’s back onboard. More precisely: I’m […]
29th March 2022

Monthly Meeting April 2022

Monthly Meeting April 2022 David Stonier-Gibson With a federal election on the horizon, there is much speculation about the large number of independents putting their hands […]
30th March 2022

Free Tutorials – How to use Smartphones, Tablets and Computers

Free Tutorials – How to use Smartphones, Tablets and Computers Committee member Stewart Gruneklee has taken the initiative to start a training program for people struggling […]
30th March 2022

East SIG Report – February 2022

East SIG Report – February 2022 Neil Muller Host Paul Woolard opened the February meeting, (our first for 2022), again from home via Zoom. The first […]
30th March 2022

Make a Wi-Fi QR Code Using Android

Make a Wi-Fi QR Code Using Android John Krout, Potomac Area Technology and Computer Society Instead of forcing family, friends, and user group members to type […]
30th March 2022

Tiny satellites are changing the way we explore our planet and beyond

Tiny satellites are changing the way we explore our planet and beyond Shane Keating, Senior Lecturer in Mathematics and Oceanography, UNSW Sydney Clare Kenyon, Astrophysicist and […]
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