Samsung Showcases Many of its Latest Products at June Meeting
At our well attended June Meeting, Bruce Mitchell and Sally Vernon showcased many of the latest products from Samsung, including their Virtual Reality googles. More later.
Emails apparently from friends or official sources but which are actually dangerous malware!
Our special page about ongoing security issues is rapidly filling up! Click here for the latest, this time about the way malware is concealed in an email apparently from a friend or else from official sources like the IRD.
SNEB Annual General Meeting, Wednesday, July 19th, 10 am – noon, Seminar Room
You must be a fully paid-up member to participate in this and should have received our emailed receipt for your fees. You can review your current membership status and all your other details by logging in and clicking on your Member’s Details link. If you are still unsure, just click on Contact Us and proceed from there.
May Monthly Meeting Discusses Tamaki Regeneration
At our May meeting, Avon Adams and Karina Abadia from the Tamaki Regeneration Project explained how the TRC, a company jointly owned by Government and Auckland Council, is working to complete the first urban transformation project in New Zealand, by partnering with local residents, businesses, mana whenua, local and central government agencies, local service providers and the private sector to regenerate Tamaki. The full write up is here.
Paul Caldwell Explores the Internet of Things at the April Monthly Meeting
Our April meeting saw the return of Paul Caldwell, who gave us a very absorbing and extensive presentation on “The Internet of Things”. The full write-up is here.
Dee Kemp-Towns Showcases the full range of ILS products to March Monthly Meeting
Our March Monthly Meeting was treated to a very informative, practical and entertaining presentation by Dee Kemp-Towns from the Independent Living Service, a not-for-profit, community-focused organisation committed to making daily living easier for those of us with impairments, our families/whanau and support networks. The full write-up is here.
SeniorNet Eastern Bays Inc., Auckland is a voluntary organisation for older adults with active minds and who want to keep up with the computer age.
Beginners through to more advanced users are welcome while new topics are constantly being added. We always like to hear from members as to what they would like to have taught. Experienced users are welcome as tutors and everyone is encouraged to help with the running of the club.
This website is designed to cater for all classes of user. See the Site Guide.
Where We Are
Our premises, including a teaching room and a seminar room, are located at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, 118 Apirana Avenue (Corner Eastview Road and Apirana Ave) Glen Innes, Auckland, 1072, ph (09) 5282751
New Zealand SeniorNet Federation
SeniorNet Eastern Bays (SNEB) is a Member of the New Zealand SeniorNet Federation. Click and browse the wealth of handy information, including many special deals with well-known firms for NZ SeniorNet members, including all full members of SNEB.
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