New Term Courses and Workshops
The new term’s programme is now underway and this is a good time to consider how you can upgrade your computer skills. Term 3 Courses can be found by clicking here and Workshops here
Contact Elaine Ph 021 169 6256 or email her at SNKBookings@gmail.com to enrol.
Annual General Meeting
Twenty-eight members attended the AGM on 18 July at the Learning Centre.
The Guest speaker was David Robertson who gave a very interesting talk about the work of the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB).
AGM: Election of Executive Committee for 2018-19
The following Members were elected; Continue reading
This year’s AGM will be held at the Learning Centre on Wednesday 18th July at 1.30pm. All members are welcome – please put it in your diary. The Guest Speaker is David Robertson from the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) and refreshments will be served afterwards.
Nominations for the Executive.
If you know of someone you think would be a productive member of the Executive for this coming year then click here for our online Nomination Form Continue reading
It really is nearly 30 years since Tim Berners-Lee gave the World the beginnings of the World Wide Web that has changed the way we live, do business, work and entertain, just about everything in the way it has impacted society.
In New Zealand back in 1961 the first computer was installed at Treasury [an IBM] but it took 20 years to 1981 before IBM gave us the PC and Bill Gates gave us the MS-DOS that was the first operating platform for the Personal Computer.
You may even remember the Commodore 64, the cheaper computer everyone loved and 1/3rd of the cost of an Apple II and an IBM PC, it might even have been
This is a very short post because I’ve said it all before…
If you get the following message in an email from Google, please click here and read the article I posted back in February. Nothing has changed!
Our recommendation remains the same….if you have a Gmail account and use either Windows Live Mail, MS Outlook or Thunderbird, DO NOT CHANGE THIS SETTING.
Sadly you can’t stop these unnecessary and irritating messages from Google. Just delete the email.
It was in 2013 we first published an article on e-bikes here, and then again an update in 2016. Now in 2018 the e-bikes have made their presence felt with ever increasing numbers showing up on the bike paths that I pass or cross on my morning walk.
Most interesting is the age group taking up biking, or should that be ‘assisted biking’, certainly not youngsters, although probably the young at heart.