Interested in building your own website? Come to our series of 5 classes to learn the basics of website development using Moonfruit.com.
Classes run from 5:30 - 7:30 pm on Level 4 in the Large Classroom at the Central Library on the following days:
Monday, February 7; Tuesday, February 8; Monday, February 14; Tuesday February 15; Tuesday, February 22.
Each class in this series will build on the skills covered in the previous classes so attendance at all five is strongly recommended. Class 5 will be an open lab to come in and work on the website you have developed and get additional assistance for any areas you found tricky during the class. Participants must have an email address and at least intermediate level typing and mouse skills. Over the course of all 5 classes, you will cover:
If you use the public PCs in the Library, you have probably noticed that there is no Word Processing program on those computers. If you want to be able to print and edit the documents you carry around with you on your flashdrive, this is a simple tutorial on how to access them.
Once someone has created a Google account (Gmail, Google Docs, Google calendar, any of it will be the same username), they have access to the Google Docs application. From the home screen, there is a side bar of options, above which there are two buttons: Create New and Upload. Click on Upload.
You will be taken to a screen where you can select files to upload into your Google Docs folder. Click on the “Select files to upload” link in the center of the page.
Dress to Kill may be the single best reason to live. If you have to go thru all the stupid hard stuff in life, it is worth setting aside some time to enjoy the ridiculous and absurd. Eddie Izzard is the master of making the absurd stand out in the most reasonable ways.
Confused, just watch this video from his "Glorious" tour to understand the brilliance of his comedy. (Warning, while gut bustingly hilarious, this video does contain some inappropriate language.)