May 2013 Newsletter

“The NEW NNCUG Website”.  Brian Riley, VP and NNCUG Webmaster, has redesigned the NNCUG website.  He demonstrated it, asked NNCUG members to check it out, and asked for input for further improvements.

“Genealogy SIG Meeting”.  Further exploration of databases at the SIG meeting on May 9 at 12:30 p.m., in the Community Room of the Lancaster Community Library.  Note the new time and new place of this meeting!

“Have you disabled or removed Java from your computer?”.  Should you remove Java from your comuter?  Look at this article and find out!

“May Membership Meeting – Computers Used in NASA Flight Operations”.  Richard Couch, retired Aero Space Technologist for NASA-LaRC, will tell us how computers were used by NASA in ther various flight operations during his 42 year career with NASA.

“If you agree, check the square box!”.  Do NOT check the box in your software updates without knowing what you are getting in to!  One man’s tale.

“Tablet SIG”.  The SIG will meet on May 21 at RW-C to discuss the tricks to synchonize an iPad/iPod to a computer.

“May Photo SIG Meeting”.  The SIG will meet on May 14 at the Lancaster Community Library to learn how to use selection tool in Photoshop Elements to isolate parts of images to take further actions to improve the photo.

“April 20, 2013 Meeting Notes”.  What happened at the April Membership Meeting.

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