Archive for March, 2009

Tech 20 Session 9

Author: GDhuyvetter

Using Flickr to Eliminate Those Boxes of Unsorted Photos

March 25

Even with the advantages of digital photogtaphy, we too often end up with a “pile” of unsorted pictures on our computers.  In this session we talked about the use of Flickr, Picasa, and other sites for storing and sharing photographs.

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Tech 20 Session 8

Author: GDhuyvetter

What’s All This Fuss About Twitter? And if I Have 100 People Following Me, Where Am I Taking Them?

March 12, 2009

Twitter is one of the most talked about web apps right now.  Ene if you don’t participate, it’s good to know about what it is and how people are using it.  This week we introduce the Twitter service, give a listing of terms and uses, and explain how to set up a Twitter account.

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Tech 20 Session 7

Author: GDhuyvetter

Three Great FREE Word Processors: Shhh, Don’t tell our Microsoft Overlords!

March 5, 2009

Microsoft Word is a wonderful word processor, but it is not the only one available.  For a long time technological progress was measured by how familiar a person was with the Microsoft Office Suite, but now it is possible to use different tools and not lose the ability to communicate.

This session focuses on three free word processing options. is a productivity suite with many of the features of MS Office.  Both Google Docs and Buzzword are online word processors which offer convenient storage and sharing options.



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