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How to build your own time machine using inexpensive parts available in most hardware stores

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Office 365

you buy a New Windows Computer, and you usually get a 1 month of FREE Office 365 use

Since this is a SAAS (Software as a Service), how different is Office 365 to Office 2010, '13, '16, '19 version. Any setup change to your Windows Computer? Where are your Files? Can you access your work files both Online, Offline? How complicated to Find your File(s), Search for Files, etc

Since Office 365 is a Subscription Cost, and both John and George have found issues, is there a preference for using Office 365 vs Office 2007 ,, 2019 (Local, pay once {implied Perpetual License} )

Need survey Meeting Participants, vs Open Software, Chromebook Google Suites, Apple Pages, Numbers, Keynote

and all about the more recent innovations Synching, Deploying Documents with both Desktop and Mobile Computers

What's available that's FREE even if have limited capability

Although Document work is still there, what's different? Printing Local vs Cloud based?

CharlyS

The technology of baseball analytics

Jerry Slate Slatemd@outlook.com

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Stephen Parus

“Not so bright” things I tried when young and was able back then to even be able to try and what I learned from that and how it may have steered me along a career path that maybe I am not (like many others) directly doing now but instead ended up working in a somewhat related field and how I was able to bring different sort of input to that related field because of my initial career.

—- Larry Freier The author (Norm Fine) has offered to speak to our group once it is safe to fly to Boston once the Coronovirus is under control, as he is a native of Newton. Norman was recently informed that he won an award from the IPPY (2020) for his book in World History. The book describes the development of a new and advanced secret radar system that permitted the allies to penetrate through inclement weather and enable the allies to reverse the dominance of the Nazis at the onset of WWII. Blind Bombing has a warm sensitive side, in that Norman Fine’s uncle (Stanley) brought the first production model of the new airborne radar system to Europe permitting allied bombers to destroy factories supplying the German forces that were usually obscured by overcast weather

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