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Seminar
Our March seminar is THIS Saturday.  For those of you on Florida's Treasure Coast, we hope to see you there.  All the details are below in the left column!

Webinars
We have one remaining webinar this month.  Please see below for all the info.

Question of the Week
Our Question of the Week is below.  Don't miss it!

Have a great weekend.  If you live locally, hope to see you Saturday morning.  Bring a friend!


John

John Grubb
President
Keystone Computer Concepts, Inc
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Question Of The Week * March 19, 2015
 
 
 
 
 

Live Seminar

If you live on the Treasure Coast (Jensen Beach, Stuart, Port Saint Lucie, etc.), you're invited to our live seminar, THIS Saturday, March 21, 2015. In this seminar, we'll have some exciting computer-related things to share and no one will leave without learning at least one new thing!
Our seminars are still only $8 per person and we'll have lots of "goodies" to go along with your coffee or juice. Also, we'll have some prizes to give away for those who stay until the end. Our seminar this month is entitled "Time To Spring Into Action." 

Remember, there's no need to sign up in advance... just join us and we'll take care of the rest. Here's all the info you should need:


When: Saturday,
Mar. 21, 2015
10:00 a.m.- 12 Noon  
What:  Time To Spring Into Action
Cost: $8 per person  
Where: Trinity United Methodist Church  
2221 NE Savannah Rd., Jensen Beach, FL  34957
(Click HERE for directions.)


 
 
 
 
 

Free Webinars

We have one remaining webinar for March.  Be sure to get all the information and sign up by clicking HERE.

 
 
 
 
Question Of The Week



Question: "A friend of mine emailed me a petition the other day.  I'm not going to mention what the petition was about except to say it was political in nature.  My question is: is it worth my time to click the link in the email and go "sign" the petition?"


Answer:  The first thing we have to say about this week's question is that computer users should be careful clicking any links in emails.  Fake emails with manipulated links are the number one way malware is being spread and phishing attacks are being launched.  So, our immediate advice is to be 100% sure that an email link is valid before you click on it.
That being said, the answer to the question regarding online petitions is: "No!"  Email and online petitions are pretty much a waste of time.  Why?  Well, for a number of reasons. 
1)  You usually can't verify that the petition will really be delivered to the people or group that should be receiving it.
2)  Even if the petition gets to the right party, they have no real way of verifying that the person who "signed" the petition really is that person.
In short, if you receive a request to fill out an email or online petition, just delete it!
If you want to read a more in-depth missive about petitions, why not visit our friends at Snopes.com by clicking HERE?
 
 
 
 
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