Category Archives: Resources
Tuesday May 14, 2013 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM MT – Tebow Room, Senior Center, Estes Park, CO 80517 – SOLD OUT
A class sponsored by the Estes Park Internet Computer User Group (EPICUG) in cooperation with the Estes Park Senior Center. Assistance from the Estes Valley Library and the Estes Park Nonprofit Coalition.
Keynote Slide Show [...]
At the 2/4/13 meeting, someone brought up the security issues of using a public Wi-Fi connection for browsing.
I’d like to suggest the “Opera” browser where these concerns are addressed in the URL window – both for a secure https connection, but also to see/show that there is a valid certificate for the site. [Doesn't address [...]
Thank you to Jeff Gamet for a terrific presentation last night on CES 2013. If you missed it, Jeff is presenting at COMUG in Boulder this evening. Jeff mentioned his blogging and podcasts. Here is a link to The Mac Observer. If you follow this link, there is a “sign up for the newsletter” button halfway [...]
The EPICUG Board met Monday evening, and discussed among other topics the calendar of meetings for the year. Due to lightening our meeting load in the summer and compromising our calendar with the library’s, our meetings are more “scattered” than in past years. In other words, we don’t have regular, first-monday, third-wednesday, and four-thursday meeting [...]
Thanks to those who attended last night’s meeting on 3D Rendering – it was fun. Above is a copy of the rendering produced during the meeting. Below are some links to modeling and rendering software. All of the software is cross-platform (Mac or PC) and there are cost-free, or at-least free-trial options for all.
The modeling [...]
The hybrid hard disk that Jim demonstrated is
Here is a list with links to the Machine Emulators for running software designed for other hardware platforms…
• Power64 and Power20 for emulating two popular early ’80s Commodore computers – http://www.infinite-loop.at/
• Other Commodore emulator including the 128 and PET are available from VICE – http://www.viceteam.org/
• Apple II emulator [...]
We had a great and very well attended EPICUG meeting last month. The main point of the meeting was that ”Learning first about your business (nonprofit) and asking the right question will determine your technology needs and solutions.” Thank you Christy Crosser for compiling the following list of excellent resources discussed at the meeting…
Cooperating Collections, Estes [...]
Another video from the Engineer Guy video podcast – highly recommended. The video explains seven important principals that go into the design of mobile devices.
Although our first Mobile meeting was not as well attended as we hoped, those of us there had a great time. The wireless projection worked well – thanks Don for the equipment and thanks to those who helped set it up.
The topic for the meeting was simply introductions and favorite app picks. As requested, this [...]
In this video, Dave Bradley, IBM Engineer, explains where this notorious keyboard combination came from and how it became famous.