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Introduction to the Internet

09/22/2011 10:00 am
09/22/2011 12:00 pm

Learn how to do a general search of the Internet and how to evaluate information you find on websites

Students should have taken How do I turn this Darned Thing On, , keyboard class  (above) or similar knowledge of the computer, mouse and other equivalent experience. 

Classes are free and are offered at various times for your convenience. Each class is only one session. Information obtained is cumulative (what you learn in one session will be used in the next sessions)

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Introduction to the Internet

09/21/2011 2:00 pm
09/21/2011 4:00 pm

Learn how to do a general search of the Internet and how to evaluate information you find on websites

Students should have taken How do I turn this Darned Thing On, , keyboard class  (above) or similar knowledge of the computer, mouse and other equivalent experience. 

Classes are free and are offered at various times for your convenience. Each class is only one session. Information obtained is cumulative (what you learn in one session will be used in the next sessions)

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Introduction to the Internet

09/20/2011 6:00 pm
09/20/2011 8:00 pm

Learn how to do a general search of the Internet and how to evaluate information you find on websites

Students should have taken How do I turn this Darned Thing On, , keyboard class  (above) or similar knowledge of the computer, mouse and other equivalent experience. 

Classes are free and are offered at various times for your convenience. Each class is only one session. Information obtained is cumulative (what you learn in one session will be used in the next sessions)

DVD review: Cowboys & aliens

    Disappointed!  That sums it up--I had such high expectations for the comic and ironic possibilities of Cowboys & Aliens and its stars!  Don't rush off and say I panned it--the movie is well done, and the acting is good, including Geoffrey Rush as a drunk (this guy always surprises me).

DVD review: We were soldiers

    Reluctance probably describes my attitude toward the movie We were soldiers as my family began watching it.  I dislike violence in movies, especially gratuitous, meaningless violence.  But gratuitous couldn't ever describe this movie, even though it is rated R and contains a large amount of very graphic death and dismemberment.

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