As the sun sets on 2022 – we wish everyone a healthy, happy
diving with Neil Watson Scuba Center . They are known for their special excursion, diving with Hammerhead Sharks. The Hammerheads did not disappoint. Check out those teeth!
classes from past months on our Classes page. We presented 2 classes during December:
In this newsletter:
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January is Mr. Geek’s birthday month. Celebrate with us!
- Jan 8 2pm Eastern: Google Photos Live Q&A
- “What Does This
Button Do?”Jan 15 2pm Eastern: Episode 249 How to transfer photos from your phone to a computer
- Backstage Pass after every live Button Show for Premium Members only
- Jan 16 7pm ET Valencia Reserve Photo/Computer Club Presentation Rescheduled to March 20
- “What Does This Button Do?”
- Feb 5: Episode 250
- Rest of February and part of March we will be in Indonesia
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that are on my calendar, they even give me a one hour reminder notification, and I still miss it because I started doing something else and completely forgot at the one hour mark.
We think you should do this for our next Live Show Episode 249, because it’s about transferring photos from your phone to your computer and we don’t want you to miss it on Jan 15 at 2pm
before, and even 5 minutes before. Read the article to find out how.
How to watch just the parts you want with YouTube “Chapters”
Have you noticed the chapters in YouTube videos? They allow the viewer to know what topics are included in a given video and to jump straight to the parts
they’re interested in. This article shows you how to use the Chapters to watch just the parts you want. It also shows you how to create those chapters for your own videos on YouTube.
When we were brand new fulltime RVers, we worked for a company called Coach Connect who installed Wi-Fi in RV parks. We work-camped at a park in Arizona called Palm Creek and helped the RVers use the Wi-Fi system. We actually made house-calls! err RV-calls. Here’s an article from our personal blog about when Chris filled in doing Jim’s rounds: “Chris the Magic Techie“
And, here’s an article from 2010 about how hotspots’ radio frequency interference prevented Steve Jobs from doing his demo when the iPhone 4 was announced. In 2005 while managing a busy hotspot at an RV rally, we learned firsthand about that interference. Maybe we could have helped Steve Jobs?!
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