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Untitled Tech Show Episode 1: Is This Thing On?

Aloha Folks! Doc and I (Jerome) have put out the first episode of our tech podcast.  These will be released once a week (we record live on Sunday if you want to jump on, pending on if I have Sophia babysitting duty). If anyone has a suggestion for a name, please feel free to reach […]

Personal Hotspot iOS8

Personal hotspot

By Linda Cameron, Mid Columbia Macintosh Users Group A good friend just bought a new house in a neighborhood that has yet to get the infrastructure for Charter or Frontier. He can’t hook up internet or phone from either of those two sources. It could be 6 months or more before any of those are […]

Data Transfer Solutions

Data transfer devices

By Keith Smith, Mid Columbia Macintosh Users Group A hard drive can get to the point it won’t boot a computer, but contains critical data. Additionally, there are times when one needs to have a large number of files available in portable form, and having them all on an internal hard drive, as in a […]

Trunx behind the iOS 8 ball, promises fix soon

Trunx behind the iOS 8 ball, promises fix soon

Software and systems break whenever unexpected changes occur. Here is a message from Trunx that warns users not to delete photos before the fix is issued. Apparently, Apple’s recent iOS 8 release is preventing the Trunx app from connecting with their cloud. Message from Trunx, yesterday: iOS 8 Users: An Important Message from Trunx Dear […]

Convert your vCard files to CSV or LDIF

Convert your vCard files to CSV or LDIF

  Convert your vCard files to CSV or LDIF in order to import them to Gmail (like A to G), Outlook and other database applications. Apple Contacts / Address Book exports its records as vCard files or as Address Book Archives. The problem is that these formats cannot be read by Apple Numbers or FileMaker […]

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