OUR NEXT MEETING
All meetings are free and open to the public
The next meeting is Tuesday, January 6th at 7:00 PM in Multi-Use Room 3 at the Fort Collins Senior Center.
Did you know that there are quite a number of ways you can share your photos almost real-time while traveling? Whether you have a camera, a smartphone, or tablet—and whether you use Facebook or not—you can keep friends and family up-to-date with your fun on the road. You don't have to wait until you get home.
Get an idea of your options at the January FRPCUG meeting.
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY, HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Odds and Ends of Computer and Technology News—December 2014
The biggest tech turkeys of 2014
From Google Barges to failed "smart watches" (". . . bulky watches, disappointing battery life and clunky software") to TV services declared illegal by the Supreme Court (Aero), to more Facebook problems, to . . . well . . . you get the idea. CNET has compiled ". . . Fourteen of the year's most embarrassing blunders in technology . . . ."
Alien spotting: Eight space theories you won't believe other people believe
"2014 has been a good year for speculative alien and UFO spotting."
Nordstrom's smart fitting room helps you find fresh outfits
"The experimental technology turns mirrors into interactive displays that give you many of the shopping options you'd have if you were browsing the web. You can not only see if the store has clothing in a different size or style, but have staff bring it to you—handy if you're still half-naked."
The CIA and Homeland Security want to delete almost all their emails
"If approved, all the correspondences of every person to ever be employed by the CIA will be flushed down the digital toilet three years after they leave."
Got an iPhone 6? Chances are your iPad is collecting dust
"iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus owners have pretty much ditched their iPads, according to . . . ."
ASK YOUR QUESTION
Our Monthly Meetings provide an open forum for questions on PC hardware and software; or anything digital, from your mobile phone to your music player. We welcome all questions, whether you are a beginner or an expert.
PAST MEETING PRESENTATIONS
Presentation material from selected past meetings is available on the Meeting Presentations page.
You will find information on such topics as eReaders, backup techniques, burning CDs and DVDs—and much more.
PAST MEETING TOPICS
You really are invited to our meetings. The meeting topics are prepared for the general public. They are NOT just for the PhD computer scientist. Would you like to know what kinds of topics are presented at our meetings? Check out this list of Past Meeting Topics.