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May 04, 2021 :32: May the 4th be with Our Computer Club : Quarantine #61

This podcast is a blog post found at:

We Welcome All Tech Enthusiasts

Some of the Topics from today:

Remote Computer and I.T. Help: remote@internationalcs.net

Recommendations, TV:

Recommendations, Podcasts:

  • Land of the Giants –  Season 3 | In Land of the Giants: The Google Empire, Recode’s Shirin Ghaffary and Big Technology’s Alex Kantrowitz explore how a company that began with idealistic goals of creative experimentation and making useful products has evolved into a worldwide power with enormous impact on our lives. Google’s dominance in everything from search and online advertising to its YouTube and Android platforms gives it tremendous power and responsibility. But with multiple antitrust cases against it and its own employees rebelling against company decisions, is Google too big for its own good?

Episode Art Jigsaw Puzzle: https://www.jigsawplanet.com/?rc=play&pid=0e18db65cf10

See all Episode Artwork Jigsaw Puzzles

Today’s YouTube Meeting: https://youtu.be/RGtiIL-Zrn8

The Impromptu “Sourdough Pizza Biscuit” intro was provided by Viviana, Emily and myself.
Only available on the podcast.
~ listen if you dare ~

Reoccurring Themes

We hold virtual meetings every Tuesday morning at 10. We use Google Meet with code: [rgb-rrgc-gqp]. This code will probably be the same for next meeting. Check our blog (at sccClub.org) for any changes.

Our Meet is scheduled on Google Calendar. To get an invitation provide to me your Google account id. We also, send reminders by email, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and WordPress, so follow and subscribe to the appropriate feeds.

= Find Us On =

website: sccClub.org 
Facebook: /SanCarlosComputerClub
Youtube: youtube.sccclub.org
twitter: @sccClub
iTunes: The San Carlos Computer Club
Podcast(RSS): sccclub.org/feed/podcast
jigsawplanet: jigsawplanet.com/sccClub/

All this, from your friendly neighborhood tech guy Scott Stimson, the head-Nerd
at International Computer Solutions and The San Carlos Computer Club.

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