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May 2013 eMonitor
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Presentations from the ccOKC Open House,
October 10, 2009
that you can download
Computer Resolutions - Jeff Blount, CTS, Ford
Audio Visual Systems, Inc.
Resources, Randy Mulanax
SNLC Course & Workshop
Open Office 2nd Thursday - 1:30 p.m.
Build a Computer 3rd Tuesday - 1:30 p.m.
Mobile Devices, 2nd Friday,
1:30 p.m. Bill
Mobile Devices II, 4th Friday evening,
6:30 p.m. Bill James
Social Networking 3rd Friday - 1:30 p.m.
Windows - 4th Wednesday 1:30 p.m.
General Session Program: Social Media – Alex
Thursday, May 16th, 7:00 p.m.
month’s presentation on
16th will be given by Alex Weeks, who
will be speaking on Social Media.
media technologies take on many different forms
photographs or pictures, video, rating and
Technologies include: blogs, picture-sharing,
voice over IP,
to name a few. Many of these services can be
social network aggregation
platforms. Alex is a Club member and a teenager,
who uses Social Media every day and will be
speaking on how Social Media is being used to
communicate and connect with friends and family.
Join us at 7:00 pm on Thursday May 16th
for this informative and entertaining
presentation. Visitors are always welcome and
there is never a charge to attend this meeting.
The Computer Club of Oklahoma City has two door
prizes to give to its members, and two for
visitors. This month the prize for the first
visitor will be a one-year membership to the
Computer Club of Oklahoma City; the second
visitor’s prize will be a $20 gift card from
Best Buy. For the members’ drawings, we have a
two $40 gift cards. Please join us for this
informative presentation and stay for the
drawing for these prizes. Remember that if you
bring guests, you may complete an extra prize
drawing slip for each guest over the age of 18
you bring who has not attended the General
Meeting in the last three months. However, if
you win a prize, you are only allowed to win one
prize an evening and if your name is drawn
again, it will be put aside and another name
THE FOLLOWING IS VERY IMPORTANT:
In fairness to all, no one will be allowed to
register for the drawing after 7:00pm. You MUST
have a current Computer Club of Oklahoma City
badge with you to enter the members' prize
drawing. If you forget your badge, you have lost
it, or it has expired, you will not be eligible
to fill out a prize drawing slip. Although you
can certainly place your membership with the
Club the night of the meeting, you will not be
eligible for the members’ drawing until the
following month. This is a firm rule for all
meetings, so members, please be sure you bring
your badge with you each month. You are welcome
to stay for the presentation without your badge,
but you will not be allowed to participate in
the drawing, no matter how long you've been a
member of the Club.
that are contained in the
May 2013 eMonitor
General Meeting: Social Media with Alex Weeks
Study Group Calendar:
Isaac Franklin, ccOKC, VP of Programs
Bill James, Editor, eMonitor
Interesting Internet Finds, Steve Costello
If You Agree, Check the Square Box!, Ralph
Heaven and Hell of Computers,
by: Berry F. Phillips
Organizing and Backing Up, by: Diane Fahlbusch
Overbooked, by: Greg Skalka
Android Phone Tips & Tricks, by: Sandy Berger
The Demise of the Digital Camera, by: Jerry
What does that Icon Means?, by: Veronica Valero
The Book of GIMP: A Complete Guide to Nearly
Everything, by Iris Yoga
Voyger S3 Drive Dock, by: George Harding
Acronis Backup Software
Alpha Five Software
The Mission Statement of the
Computer Club of Oklahoma City (CCOKC):
Computer Users Helper other
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The Computer Club of OKC offers
Study Groups. They are groups of 10-50
people who meet monthly to learn about a
particular subject. The format is part
presentation and part facilitated discussion.
STUDY GROUP, once called a
Special Interest Group, is an informal group
within ccOKC whose participants share a common
As such, a STUDY GROUP is the
place to ASK QUESTIONS, LEARN
and GET HELP about the subject
of that study group through the questions asked
by all and the demonstrations by the Study Group
leader. All Study Groups are FREE
and ALL ARE INVITED!
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understanding and use of computers for the
community and our members by study groups,
technical support, education, training,
socialization, fellowship, and speakers.
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Come to a Study Group in our
Resource Center at 3000 United Founders Blvd.!
We are located at the east end of
the Center 3000 Building in Suite 201, so use
Entrance One on the east side of the building.
What is the Computer Club of OKC?
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organization of around 1200 members, with the
goal of teaching each other more about using and
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**Free Computer Class with Sr Combo Membership**
New Senior Combo Members (50 +) can now register
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