September was a split month. It started in Wyoming with the Escapade Rally, then we headed to the New Jersey Shore for Jim’s 40th High School reunion, and back to Ohio for the Gypsy Journal rally. Along the way we stopped in Moline Illinois and presented a Picasa seminar to the Computer Club there. October 1 we picked up Chris’ Mom at the Louisville, KY airport and spent the next ten days traveling back to Florida.
And that’s the end of our summer tour. The next confirmed item on our schedule is next spring. It’s our very own
Techno-Geek Learning Rally April 22-28, 2012 in Bushnell Florida
This will be a joint production by our friends from TechnoRV, and us at Geeks on Tour. Our focus will be on learning technology especially as it relates to RV Travels. We will have sessions on cameras, computers, tablets, and smart phones, all focusing on how best to plan, preserve, and share your travels while staying safe and having fun. Check out the details in the link above, and make sure to click that you’ll be attending!
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PicasaTutorials.com Recent Articles
Did you know that we have a separate website to hold all our Picasa articles? It’s www.PicasaTutorials.com You can view all our free Picasa tips there. Here are the articles that have been published since our last Geeks on Tour Newsletter.
New Improved Learning Library
Big News at the Geeks on Tour website! More videos. More accessible. Check it out. Go to www.geeksontour.com and click the menu for Learning Library and you’ll see all our topics; Basics, Blogger, Facebook, Google Earth, Internet on the Road, Photo Story 3, Picasa, and Streets and Trips. When you click on any of those, you will now see a complete list of all the videos for each subject.
A few of our topics, like Picasa and Blogger, have so many tutorial videos that they’re overwhelming. For those topics, we’ve added a special screen that organizes just the most important videos for beginners to watch. So, instead of navigating thru 50 different lessons to find the ones you need, you just click once on the Starter Lessons …
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Lock in Your Low Annual Membership Fee Now!
As Geeks on Tour’s website has grown and improved we have maintained a very low annual membership fee of $39. On the first of 2012, we will be raising that fee, but you can lock it in now by subscribing to our Annual Recurring Membership of $39.
If you are already a member, you can still subscribe now to lock in the annual rate. When you’ve finished the payment process, be sure to register as an existing member to keep your same username, email, and password. …
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