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Entries Tagged as 'Computer Geek'

What We Are Working on in Technology Class This Week:

September 17th, 2014 · Comments Off · Art, Computer Geek, Computers, Education, Educational Web Sites

Passwords. Passwords for our typing program, passwords for Google Docs, passwords like “please” and “thank you” that can take you so far in life. Passwords. How to memorize them, where to store them, and the importance of not sharing them with others. Another safety tip: If you get an e-mail from someone you don’t know, [...]

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back in school!

September 3rd, 2014 · Comments Off · Art, Computer Geek, Educational Web Sites

Hello, everyone! I love the start of a new school year. Love, love, love. If you’re wondering what we’re up to, check Student Source — the site went through a makeover this summer and the students and I are having fun discovering some old favorites and lots of new stuff, too. Start with “Type” and [...]

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Is this how you’ve been spending your summer?

August 28th, 2014 · Comments Off · Art, Book Geek, Computer Geek

(Photo by Steve Rawley) That photo is old, kids, do you like it? My husband took it when he was a kid, of the neighbor kids and his sister. See? He’s been a photographer his whole life! He found something he liked to do and he’s stuck with it. Me? I like to write, read [...]

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This is a computer? lol…

May 29th, 2014 · Comments Off · Computer Geek, Computers

This video is cracking us up in technology class this week. Mr. Rawley found that video for us, and says, “That’s the first personal computer I ever used. Wrote my first game on it in 1980 or so.” We are not old. Have a great Thursday and here’s to 10 more days of school… – [...]

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How to Fix Your Computer

March 10th, 2014 · Comments Off · Computer Geek, Computers, Education

(Photo by Steve Rawley) Please don’t let your computer problems wash you out to sea. A disclaimer: I am not giving this advice as a paid representative of the school district. But I do often get asked, by my students, friends and family members, How do I fix my computer at home? So here are [...]

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