Volume 02, Issue 07-16
GRAB-A-BYTE TECH LUNCHEON
Wednesday, July 17 Grab-a-Byte will feature David Williams Russel speaking on the topic of "The Evolution of Internet Law in the Global Economy" and and Christine E. Orich speaking on patents, copyrights, trademarks, computers and the Internet.
The Grab-a-Byte Tech forum
brown bag lunch series will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Sailor
Street Building, 822 East Main Street, Richmond. Sailor Street Catering is
providing a cold meat buffet for $4.95/person.
WCTV WEB SITE UPDATE
WCTV, the public-access television station for Richmond/Wayne County has updated their web site, with information on programming, posting to their community bulletin board, equipment and facilities use and more.
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PRIVACY OR PROTECTION?
Our movements and activities are tracked in many ways throughout the day as detailed in this Popular Science article,
"All Eyes Are On You".
This week's Opinion
Are you willing to give up the privacy of your buying habits to gain a discount by using store discount cards, such as Kroger or CVS?
Vote at http://www.waynet.org!
TRAINING GUIDES FOR THE
Are you the "Alpha Geek" in your household, family, or office? If so, you've no doubt been asked to teach someone to use a mouse, surf the web, or even bookmark a favorite site. If your students need additional practice - or you need additional help, check out the InfoPeople "How To" guides. They offer tutorials on everything from "Mousing" to "How To Create a Web Page".
Many childhood diseases are easily preventable through vaccination. All Indiana schools require proof that children entering Kindergarten have received the following immunizations:
DTP/DTap (Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis
MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)
HiB (Haemophilus Influenzae)
Children entering 1st grade have been immunized against hepatitis B.
Children entering 6th grade have been immunized against measles, mumps,
Check this schedule of
recommended vaccinations to see if your children are up-to-date.
The Wayne County Health
Department offers low-cost vaccinations. Call them at (765) 973-9294 for an
WAYNE COUNTY 4-H FAIR -
July 12th to July 20th
Just a reminder that you can find the 4-H Fair schedule online at
Parking is just $5.00 per vehicle.
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