19th May 2021

Yammer Highlights April 2021

Dennis Parsons Coronavirus Discussion & Comments   The use of QR codes for “checking in” to many businesses and venues for COVID tracking purposes, including Melb […]
19th May 2021

Casting, not in the theatrical sense

Phil Sorrentino, Sarasota Technology Users Group Most modern computers have HDMI outputs so it is easy to display your computer screen on a big-screen TV, but […]
19th May 2021

Editorial May 2021

Hugh Macdonald Hello and welcome to another edition of PC Update. This month the highlights include: Dave Williams with the first part of his series on […]
19th May 2021

Book Review

Tim McQueen This is how they tell me the world ends – the cyber weapons arms race Nicole Perlroth Bloomsbury 491 pages   On 10 May […]
20th May 2021

East SIG Report April 2021

Neil Muller Host Paul Woolard opened the April meeting again presented via Zoom. After welcoming members, the meeting commenced with George Skarbek presenting Q&A. Q: I […]
20th May 2021

Presidential Musings May 2021

David Stonier-Gibson Successful Covid-be-gone party Sunday 18th April I think I can confidently declare the Party at Moorabbin on Sunday 18th April a success. We all […]
20th May 2021

Monthly Meeting May 2021

The May 2021 Monthly Meeting was held in person and online on Wednesday 5th May 2021, with over 20 members in attendance at Moorabbin and over […]
20th May 2021

Building a DIY CNC Router (Part 1)

Dave Williams This is the first part of a series of articles on Dave Williams’ experience of building a CNC (computerised numerical control) router, which is […]
20th May 2021

Remember, Apple AirTags and ‘Find My’ app only work because of a vast, largely covert tracking network

Paul Haskell-Dowland, Edith Cowan University Apple recently launched the latest version of its operating system, iOS 14.5, which features the much-anticipated app tracking transparency function, bolstering […]
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