28th November 2021

Book Review: I, Warbot

Tim McQueen I, Warbot – the dawn of artificially intelligent conflict. Kenneth Payne Hurst & Company, London   Payne based his title for this book on […]
28th November 2021

Member Fiction: Thinking Machines

Tim McQueen Daryl was frustrated. He’d left the job in Philadelphia, suspecting that international travel bans would come, but had risked going home via Cambridge to […]
28th November 2021

Member Fiction: Identifying Yourself As A Computer Nerd

George Wright When deleting emails over six years of age you recognise you don’t trust anybody. When deleting emails under three days old you recognise you […]
28th November 2021

East SIG Report October 2021

Neil Muller   Host Paul Woolard opened the October meeting, once more joined by an increased audience, again from home via Zoom. Paul announced that starting […]
28th November 2021

DOTW Highlights October 2021

Roger Brown DOTW is a lighthearted look at some of the sillier events of the week. Don’t take it too seriously and do pop over to […]
30th November 2021

Yammer Highlights October 2021

Dennis Parsons Windows With the move of our services from Microsoft to Google based the use of Melb PC e-mail addresses for a Windows login will […]
30th November 2021

Monthly Meeting November 2021

The November 2021 Monthly Meeting was held online on Wednesday 6th October 2021, with about 70 members in attendance via Zoom. This was the program for […]
30th November 2021

Solid State Drives

Tom Burt, Sun City Summerlin Computer Club Solid State Drives (SSDs) have been around for quite a while. However, prices have come down while capacities and […]
30th November 2021

How vulnerable is your personal information? Four essential reads

Eric Smalley, The Conversation When you enter your personal information or credit card number into a website, do you have a moment of hesitation? A nagging […]
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