In these difficult times, people are increasingly flocking to their public libraries. The New York Times has a great article today. Check out our Events page for our Jobs Jobs Jobs series and for other great programs. If you are looking for employment information, check out our Job & Employment page. Our Computer Classes page is also a resource for you.
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March 26th, 2009 · Comments Off · Events, News, Programs, Wilton Library Resource
March 22nd, 2009 · Comments Off · Computer Classes, Programs, Software, Websites
Sometimes we just don’t have the time to attend a class but we still need to learn a new program or expand our knowledge of older programs. Two resources you might find helpful are the training centers at the Hewlett Packard and Microsoft. Some classes are given at certain times and others are available 24/7. Topics covered include the 2003 and 2007 versions of Access, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, Outlook, Windows, Building web pages, Firewall basics and more. Both sites are worth a look!
Have you ever had that awful sinking feeling after hitting “Send” in email? The message was addressed to the wrong person, an attachment not attached, or you had a change of heart about what was in your message. Google has added the Undo Send feature to Gmail. You must have at least Internet Explorer 7 and be using the new version of Gmail. You have five seconds to hit the Undo Send button and you will see a message saying that the message was not sent. I would not rely on this feature as a substitute for care in preparing and sending email but it can be a lifesaver! Check out the Gmail Blog for more information.
Last night, David Pogue, personal technology columnist for The New York Times, appeared at Wilton Library to a packed house!