When and Where
Next General Meeting
Monday, October 21, 2019
Pasadena Central Public Library Auditorium
285 E. Walnut St.
Pasadena, CA 91101
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
The Meeting after the Meeting
861 W. Walnut St.
Pasadena, CA 91101
Monday, November 4, 2019
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The more things change… From Klint Finley, on Wired, today: In 1987, Apple moved its software products, such as MacPaint and the office suite AppleWorks, into a new subsidiary called Claris. But by 1998, most of Claris’ products had either … Continue reading
Sir Tim is also not content to let (wonderful as they might be) matters lie. From Wired this morning: …When Berners-Lee created the web, it was a decentralized platform. Anyone could publish a website and link to any other site. … Continue reading
The inventor of the World Wide Web, as opposed to the inventor of the Internet, is alive and well and being richly-rewarded for his pioneering efforts: Sir Tim Berners-Lee is this year’s recipient of the A.M. Turing Award, the computer-geek … Continue reading
Just in time for Hallowee’n… In his post, Google Gets Creepier, David Sparks brings up (via ProPublica, by way of Daring Fireball) recent changes in Google’s terms of service (have you read them lately?): …Traditionally, Google has kept web-browsing information … Continue reading
by Lynn Wegley, InfoManager, with co-editor Fred Showker What’s Here 01 TunesKit DRM Media Converter for Mac Now Supports More Output Formats 02 From Lawn Mowing to Roofing, the BizNitz App Makes Home Improvement Easy 03 MUG Websites for August … Continue reading
by Lynn Wegley, InfoManager, with co-editor Fred Showker What’s Here 01 Cyber Security Update: Rio Olympics, Car Hacking, Jihadi, Trump, Clinton, Putin, Obama, Microsoft, iOS Smishing, and much more! 02 Now you can dress and undress your favorite candidates Trump, … Continue reading
“A million iPhones (sold) isn’t cool”, says the article’s headline. What is cool? PYBT and Andrew Cunningham, at Ars Technica, will tell you, in no uncertain terms: Apple sells its billionth iPhone, year-over-year decline be damned Graphic from the article
by Lynn Wegley, InfoManager, with co-editor Fred Showker What’s Here 01 Pokémon InfoManager: beginners’ guide, hackers, Pokémon porn, Pokémon hacks, stupid games? 02 Zoho Notebook 03 MUG Web sites for July 16, 2016 04 More bank spoofing is after your … Continue reading
by Lynn Wegley, InfoManager, with co-editor Fred Showker What’s Here: 02 Cyber Secutiry Update: POS, POP, Kim Jong-un, ModPOS, McAfee, Africa and more! 03 iPhone Update from LG, OLED, 6S or 6S Plus, Lightning port, to Cydia and more 04 … Continue reading
by Lynn Wegley, InfoManager, with co-editor Fred Showker What’s Here: 01 Warning 02 Safenetting: Microsoft, Instagram malware, Apple/Google malware, Feminist and more! 03 UGNN Facebook Update: Paris attacks, solidarity, Marc Andreesen, #PorteOuverte and more 04 10 more hidden features in … Continue reading