Good video here explaining why some web sites are so “blanking” confusing and frustrating ( . . because they were designed to be that way).
Although this e-article was designed for distribution to business and other large orgs . . . the symptoms apply to all users of PC hardware. Both Intel and AMD have seen a direct hit on their trustworthiness.
Two new updated versions of the popular Linux Mint Mini’s are due out in June (just in time for Summer vacation!).
Prices are competitive – – from $295 to $395 for the higher end hardware. Note that 4 or 8 gigs of ram is plenty for Linux.
AMD’s newest Ryzen processors have four confirmed security flaws – which will require bios firmware updates. At the next club meeting, we will discuss if this affects our membership and what steps (if any) are needed.
Just another “word to the wise” . . . be very cautious about unsolicited “surveys, questionnaires” etc. via web, email or even phone.
Furthermore, don’t allow site access via 3rd party sites . . (note the very last sentence of the article on how to access the Facebook page with your settings for 3rd party app access . . )
I love these kind of videos! Like looking into the future (if we don’t screw it up) . .
Dear Do Space member,
Do Space is changing our Meeting Room policy and procedures to better support the sustainability of our organization. As a valued member who regularly uses our meeting rooms, we wanted to notify you of this change before it takes effect.
Starting April 1, 2018 use of Do Space meeting spaces on the first floor will be subject to a fee based on the following rates:
Commercial/Individual use: $100/hour
Non-profit/Education Organization: $30/hour