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As Geeks on Tour, we tour the country and present technology seminars. We also present over Zoom. We list our appearances and include all the class materials on this page. Check it out. You may be able to join an upcoming class, or review one.

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About Geeks on Tour

Jim and Chris travel the country and the world, specializing in teaching technology for travelers. Chris wrote the book on Google Photos. Google Maps is their #1 smartphone app, and they can teach you how to make your own travelog website with Blogger.

Nationally known, popular seminar presenters, Jim and Chris have been professional computer trainers since 1983.

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Blog Posts

How to convert a .pdf document into an editable Google Doc
.pdf files used to be cast in stone, you could not change them. Now, with the free Google Drive and Google Docs, you can. This article shows you how.
A better way to take selfies: use the timer
We don't always take selfies … but when we do, it's a happy moment I like taking selfies, especially with a friend or two, but my arms aren't long enough! I stretch my arm out as far as it will go to frame the people and the appropriate background, then …
254. Smartphone Photography Practical Tips for iPhone and Androids
0:00 begin 2:00 Clean the Lens 7:45 Hello and introduction with in-person audience Escapees.com 8:50 Discussion of our Internet connection using Starlink and Verizon 13:20 Smartphone Photography, how to find your phone's manual 17:12 Other ways to snap the shutter (sound out, just a list) 17:18 Using an Apple watch as a remote shutter …
April 2023 News: AI/ChatGPT, Editing w Google Photos, Google Calendar reminders, RVillage
Here's our April newsletter with tips about Google Photos' Magic Eraser, RVillage maps, and ChatGPT for planning travel.
How to get your RVillage Map now that RVillage is closed
RVillage shut down, disappointing many RVers, but you can still get your places data and make a map.
If you’re using Google Photos under the free 15GB plan, you’re missing some powerful editing tools
Maybe you've heard of Magic Eraser which will take unwanted people and other objects out of your photos. Magic Eraser and many more features are part of the deal if you subscribe to Google One at just $2/mo.