Technology talks at Anderson Township Senior Center

Happy New Year!

It’s clear there is continuing interest in technology discussions at the Anderson Township Senior Center. We’re blessed that Becky Mathey is willing to help with some of the 2020 planning. She will be meeting with Steve Long and Claire O’Connell to discuss next steps (if you have interest in helping with planning, please let Becky, Steve or Claire know.)

Sarah from Microsoft is a willing to continue as one of our contributors. On February 13th at noon she will be covering “What’s New @ Microsoft?” Come join the gathering that day and/or keep your eyes/ears open for other technology talks continuing in 2020…

Click HERE you’d like some technology humor to start the year…

ESTT – holiday gathering on 12/12

On Thursday, December 12th, at noon we’ll have our holiday gathering with discussion of our favorite technologies: apps, websites, photo slide conversion hardware/software, … plus maybe a few “digital petting zoo” items?

Bring along a dessert to share if you wish, or just bring yourself!


In case you’re looking for a little “computer language humor,” click HERE

ESTT – next meeting on 12/12

Just a reminder that there is no meeting in November.

On December 12th at noon we’ll have our holiday gathering with discussion of our favorite technologies: apps, websites, etc. plus maybe a few “digital petting zoo” items? Bring along a dessert if you wish, or just bring yourself!

Also, the Senior Center is holding these sessions on “Social Media and Smart Phones for Seniors”


Consider joining one or more of those Wednesday sessions!


In case you’re looking for a little “computer language humor,” click HERE

ESTT – next meeting on 10/10

On October 10th at noon, Sarah Yocis from Microsoft will share “Microsoft Update” – all the cool stuff that will be enhancing our technological lives in the days ahead

Mark your calendars now for December 12th at noon when we’ll have our holiday gathering – discussion of our favorite technologies: apps, websites, etc. plus maybe a “digital petting zoo?”


 

In case you’re looking for a little “computer language humor,” click HERE