August 19, 2020, at 7:00 PM Saving Your Life with Wearable Technology Presenter: Ron Brown, Member of the APCUG Speaker’s Bureau Join us via Zoom as Ron Brown, member of the APCUG Speakers Bureau, presents this month’s presentation. We are going to learn all about “Saving Your Life with Wearable Technology.” This presentation looks at common medical problems seniors encounter and how wearable technology can help identify and prevent emergencies. Ron Brown is a retired family physician with 35 years of experience. He uses a fictitious patient Continue reading →
April 15, 2020, at 7:00 PM Protecting Your Digital Life Presenter: Bob Gostischa, Member of Speakers Bureau for APCUG and Member of the Licking County Computer Society (ECOTUC) Synopsis: “This presentation will cover how we can protect our computers (Mac and Windows), tablets (Android and iPad OS), smartphones, and other smart devices. Bob will explain the importance of guarding your online presence. He’ll also share what he uses to keep his computers, smart devices as well as connected Internet of Things devices secure.” About the Continue reading →
November 20, 2019 at 7:00 PM Battle of the Browsers Presenter: Bill Crowe – APCUG (Web Presentation) Synopsis: “We all use a browser to access the internet. Many tips and tricks can be employed to make using the internet faster and easier. This presentation focuses on the functions that are available on nearly all browsers but are used by relatively few of us. Do you use Tabs, a Favorites Bar, Bookmarks, and Bookmark Folders? Do you use the address/search bar? Do you clear your active Continue reading →
August 21, 2019 at 7:00 PM How to Navigate Social Media Presenter: Abby Stokes – APCUG (Web Presentation) Brief Synopsis: “Social Networking: How to Navigate Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram” Abby Stokes, Author, “Is This Thing On?” explains what everyone is talking about when they bring up Facebook, Twitter, and other social networking sites. She also shares how you can enjoy the benefits without risking the loss of your privacy and how to avoid scams.