Welcome to our Question of the Week Email!
Monday, July 31, 2017
Dear --FNAME--,

Our first vacation has ended!  (If you follow me on Social Media, you'll see some of the pictures from our trip!)  Thanks to everyone who was so understanding while we were gone.  If you purchased RTS Plus or pre-ordered our book, we'll be getting receipts out in the next few days.

We're still taking pre-orders for the book I'm writing - "How To Be Smarter Than Your Electronic Devices."  This book is easy-reading, funny in places and will teach you many ways to outsmart your computers, smartphones, tablets and DVRs!  There are step-by-step instructions; definitions of those electronic acronyms; a few funny stories from my years of TV, stereo and computer repair; and, even some videos to help you gain control over these crazy devices.  
Currently, it's schedule to come out around Labor Day.  I'm really excited about it but I need your help and, in exchange for that help, I'll give you a 50% discount.  I'm sure you know that publishing a book like this - even an e-book - takes some upfront cash. With that in mind, I'm offering this deal: for those who pre-order "How To Be Smarter Than Your Electronic Devices" I'll give you 50% off.  Instead of $24.00, you'll pay $12.  But, I can't offer this deal forever. Because some of you have asked, I've moved the deadline to August 7, 2017.  
To get in on the deal and reserve your copy, use PayPal or credit card HERE.
If you don't want to pay online but still want to pre-order and save $12, you can send a check for $12 to: Keystone Computer Concepts, 1767 SW Leafy Rd., Port Saint Lucie, FL  34953.

Next Seminar
Our summer hiatus continues! There will be no seminar in August.  But, we hope you'll join us on September 9, 2017 for our next seminar.  The subject is "First Computer Bug?" and it will be from 10:00 a.m.-12 Noon at Trinity United Methodist Church in Jensen Beach, FL.  (Click on the picture above to get directions, etc.)  You can find an outline of what we plan to cover by visiting our seminar page which you'll find HERE.
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Question of the Week

Question:  "There are SO many acronyms related to my electronic equipment, it drives me crazy. Now, I'm hearing about something called IOT.  What the heck is that?"

Answer:  Yes, in the computer/electronic business, we do use a lot of acronyms.  If you order our new book (see info elsewhere in this email), you'll learn a ton of them if you don't know them already.
As for this week's question, IOT stands for Internet Of Things.
If you can use your smart phone or tablet or computer to operate things at home when you're not there, you are using "things" which are connected to the "Internet."
For instance, I can control the temperature of the house, turn lights on and off, watch what's happening via our cameras and even respond to an alarm from our alarm system. All of this is done through devices which connect to the Internet.
A word of caution: some IOT devices are pretty easily hacked. That means if a hacker logs themselves into one of your devices (thermostat, security system, cameras, etc.), they can then easily get onto your network and into your computers and other devices. A word to the wise - don't buy IOT devices from unknown companies.

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