What can I do with an IOS device?

  • Act as a remote for photography, presentations, control of other devices
  • Watch TV, Movies, YouTube Videos
  • Amazing Photography apps
  • Skype
  • Apps in the App store for your passion and utilities galore
  • Gaming Platform
  • Shopping Apps
  • Education
  • Finance
  • Music and Radio
  • Social Networking
  • Book Reader
  • Mapping
  • Time and project management
  • Travel
  • Use speech tech
  • Voice to text – Siri, dictation, recordings & Others
  • Pictures
  • Videos
  • Location reminders
  • Mapping
  • Multi Gestures
  • Games
  • Movies
  • Presentations
  • Screenshot
  • Millions of Apps make it do just about anything
  • Entertaining yourself
  1. Surf the web from your couch, your back yard…or anywhere!
  2. Sync with iTunes media to view and listen to videos, music, and photos while traveling or in a waiting room
  3. Read any newspaper or watch local news from around the world
  4. Stream TV shows or watch a hi-def movie with Hulu or Netflix
  5. Watch a sports game and check scores (including Fantasy Football!)
  6. Subscribe to your favorite magazine and enjoy interactive content—we recommend Wired, Popular Mechanics, or MacLife
  7. Download a book (in most cases, you can download a chapter free to try before you buy)
  8. Be the life of the party with the hilarious app SmackTalk!
  9. Social network with friends and family, and use apps like Flipboard to view content in a “magazine” format
  10. Replace your hard-bound cookbooks with current, up-to-date recipes
  11. Help your kids learn with educational games like the Starwalk app—locate planets and constellations right there in the sky
  12. Use your iPad as a universal remote
  13. Track your health and lose weight with free apps like Lose It!
  14. Read comics—we think the Marvel app rocks
  15. Tune a guitar with the Guitar Tuner i3F HD app
  16. Scan the earth with GoogleEarth—find your house or travel to the Eiffel Tower
  17. Manage shopping lists, to-do lists or notes for classes you’re taking
    Enhancing your business productivity
  18. Manage your email accounts, both business and personal
  19. Manage your contacts
  20. Create, edit, and share spreadsheets
  21. Create charts and display Excel docs in a dynamic way with Roambi
  22. Create, edit, and share Word documents with the Pages app
  23. Create, edit, and share PPT presentations with the Keynote app
  24. Convert voice dictation to text with Dragon Dictation
  25. Sketch, save, and share ideas on a virtual whiteboard with apps like MujiNote Notebook
  26. Easily share ideas in a meeting—pass around or project
  27. Check your Google Analytics
  28. Use as a wireless router to share with other Wi-Fi devices
  29. Send your “tweets” out with the Twitter app
  30. Build and sort a database
  31. Manage to-do lists and sync them with other devices
  32. Build a remote desktop
  33. Remotely connect to other computers for real-time collaboration
  34. Enjoy the flexibility of a secondary display screen that stretches, zooms, copies, and pastes with the touch of a fingertip
  35. Use as a mobile mouse and keyboard for other computers with apps like Mobile Mouse Pro
  36. Use the free app Dropbox to store and access files in the cloud, and easily transfer files from your PC to your iPad
  37. Learn a new language or translate on the fly with dozens of different translation apps—just type “translation” into the App Store search
  38. Capture prospect data and enter into a customer relationship management (CRM) system at trade shows
  39. Give one-on-one demonstrations at trade shows or meetings
  40. Create a one-stop repository of sales collateral materials; place all your PDFs in the existing Library feature
  41. Conduct sales training via interactive widgets or applications, utilizing a library of podcasts, videos, slide presentations, PDFs, and web pages
  42. Give product demonstrations via interactive widgets or applications
  43. Build business relationships with social networking apps like iPad LinkedIn
  44. Access web-based CRM tools like the Mobile CRM app, which accesses Microsoft Dynamics CRM data
  45. Check online dashboards and analytics
  46. Instantly share a presentation at an intimate client meeting or lunch—online or offline
  47. Attend meetings anytime, anywhere via WebEx
  48. Know any holiday worldwide with the World Holiday List app
  49. Share e-learning games or YouTube videos with sales teams or customers

Which Phone Should You Buy-old

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The newest iPhone’s have just been released as of September 2018, and the newest Samsung and Google devices have been announced. I originally wrote this article in 2014, but I think the same philosophy applies today, and have re-published this to help people decide which phone is best for them.

I don’t know how or why everyone started acting like kindergarten children when it comes to the technology we use, and bragging about how their device, is so much better than your device, but no doubt, you have gotten into one of these discussions yourself, and may even be confused about which phone you should buy?

You also need to be careful about taking someone’s advice or “opinion” on what you should get because lets face it, opinions are like, You-Know-What… and everybody has one. The problem I have seen, is that their needs, or situation, might be different from yours, and these devices have become so “personal”, that you really need to take your own needs into account when deciding.

I normally would not even bother giving my opinion, because mine is not necessarily any better than anyone else’s, but I get asked so many times, almost daily, about which one is better, So here goes.

While my preference is usually with the Apple devices, because I have other IOS and Mac products, I have asked a lot of people about their devices, and rarely have I had anyone say it was a bad experience, and the reality is, you will probably love any of the current offerings out there. The most common feedback from people who buy other devices, like Samsung are, that they can do things you cannot do with an IOS device. This can be technically true, but I have interviewed hundreds of users and rarely have I seen a useful example, for the average user, of when this is true. Most people I have interviewed, that like the ability to customize or “tweak” their devices , are usually more technically inclined too, and average users are usually more concerned with the whole user experience, and again, everyone I have interviewed, has provided feedback that they love their device, no matter which one they had.

I do a lot of support work about not only mobile devices, but also desktops, laptops and many other technologies, and one important thing not always discussed is the “entire” user experience. What I mean by this is, if you have other Apple products, an iPhone might be the best choice for you, where as, if you are entrenched in the Windows world, maybe a Windows phone would be a better choice? Without going into too much detail about this one, let me just say that feedback from users has been more positive from the Apple world, than with some of the others. Does that make any of the others bad, absolutely not! It really depends on your own needs. Very rarely do I talk to anyone who does not use either an iPhone or a Samsung, these are without question, the 2 most popular.

That being said, here is what I own. The iPhone XS Max 256GB. I usually always find a reason I want the newest, which is the iPhone XS Max, as of this posting. iPhone, iPad, iMac, IBROKE!

Top 3 smartphones

  • iPhone
  • Samsung
  • Google Pixel

With the millions of apps available, I have found I can carry out anything I could ever want to do, and creative ways of using these devices, are being discovered daily.

Interested in learning more about how to use your current IOS device? Or maybe not sure if you need one? For those of you that live near Minden or Gardnerville area, I will be giving a class at the community center. More classes and subjects will be offered in the future as well.
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Amazing things you can do with your smartphone

I have many classes, dedicated to smartphones, and all the amazing things you can do with them.  I have it broken down into areas of interest, such as.

and many more.

You may need to do your own search for some apps such as the Google Play store for androids. I will be putting this together in video format as soon as possible.

You can find the class information here. The list of uses for your camera, is growing constantly, and now is approaching almost 100! Photography is without doubt, one of the most popular uses of our smartphones, and the hardware and apps that take advantage of these amazing devices is growing daily. I have included some samples on this website.

Here is a list of some of the apps and hardware, I have found very useful.

Apps I think everyone should have or at least try.

Photography
Hydra – still photography
Filmic Pro – video photography

Utilities
A Password Manager
Red Laser
Scanner Pro

Maps and navigation
Google Maps and Navigation Apps like Geocaching, HearPlanet, Waze or a find my car App or device like “ZUS”.

Video
iMovie
Touchcast
Action Movie
Periscope
Intro Mate
Netflix

News and Reference
Star Walk
Wolfram Alpha
Yelp
WebMD
Drippler

Shopping
Amazon
CamFind
Amazon Flow
Craigslist
Apps for shopping at your favorite stores. Mine includes Walmart, Costco and Amazon.
Letgo

Audio
Pandora
Spotify
Speakit
Google search
Google Translate

Safety and Emergency
Witness
Tapsheild

Productivity
All of the Made by Apple Apps like iMovie, Pages, Numbers, Garageband etc.
Any finance Apps to give you access to your bank or credit cards. Mine is BofA.
Your favorite social networks like Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Google Plus, or others.
AppsGoneFree or AppAdvice or anything similar for getting tips and ideas on Apps.

Which Phone Should You Buy?

The newest iPhone’s have just been released as of September 2015, and the newest Samsung device has been announced. I originally wrote this article in 2014, but I think the same philosophy applies today, and have re-published this to help people decide which phone is best for them.

I don’t know how or why everyone started acting like kindergarten children when it comes to the technology we use, and bragging about how their device, is so much better than your device, but no doubt, you have gotten into one of these discussions yourself, and may even be confused about which phone you should buy?

You also need to be careful about taking someone’s advice or “opinion” on what you should get because lets face it, opinions are like, You-Know-What… and everybody has one. The problem I have seen, is that their needs, or situation, might be different from yours, and these devices have become so “personal”, that you really need to take your own needs into account when deciding.

I normally would not even bother giving my opinion, because mine is not necessarily any better than anyone Else’s, but I get asked so many times, almost daily, about which one is better, So here goes.

While my preference is usually with the Apple devices, because I have other IOS and Mac products, I have asked a lot of people about their devices, and rarely have I had anyone say it was a bad experience, and the reality is, you will probably love any of the current offerings out there. The most common feedback from people who buy other devices, like Samsung are, that they can do things you cannot do with an IOS device. This can be technically true, but I have interviewed hundreds of users and rarely have I seen a useful example, for the average user, of when this is true. Most people I have interviewed, that like the ability to customize or “tweak” their devices , are usually more technically inclined too, and average users are usually more concerned with the whole user experience, and again, everyone I have interviewed, has provided feedback that they love their device, no matter which one they had.

I do a lot of support work about not only mobile devices, but also desktops, laptops and many other technologies, and one important thing not always discussed is the “entire” user experience. What I mean by this is, if you have other Apple products, an iPhone might be the best choice for you, where as, if you are entrenched in the Windows world, maybe a Windows phone would be a better choice? Without going into too much detail about this one, let me just say that feedback from users has been more positive from the Apple world, than with some of the others. Does that make any of the others bad, absolutely not! It really depends on your own needs. Very rarely do I talk to anyone who does not use either an iPhone or a Samsung, these are without question, the 2 most popular.

That being said, here is what I own. The iPhone 6 Plus with 128GB. I usually always find a reason I want the newest, which is the iPhone 6S, as of this posting. iPhone, iPad, iMac, IBROKE!

The new Samsung S7 has just been announced for Feb 21 in Barcelona.

The top things I like about my iPhone 6 Plus (Currently IOS 9.2.1).

  • I am interested in trying a bigger screen.
  • I love the fingerprint sensor in these.
  • I am curious about the acceptance of Apple Pay.
  • I enjoy the user experience across the board with Apple products.
  • I will benefit from the “Optical Image Stabilization” on the 6 Plus.
  • With the current choice of 1.3 Million apps, I have found I can carry out anything I could ever want to do, and creative ways of using these devices, are being discovered daily. At last count there were 1.7 Million android apps!

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Interested in learning more about how to use your current IOS device? Or maybe not sure if you need one? For those of you that live near Minden or Gardnerville area, I will be giving a class at the community center. More classes and subjects will be offered in the future as well.
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Complete List of Siri Commands

This is the list of apps Apple says SIRI will work with. Siri is an ever evolving tool that will only get better with time, and more uses will be found for it, and if you find some of the commands don’t work for you, the idea here is to help you understand some things Siri can be used for.

If you simply ask Siri “Siri, what can I ask you” you will be presented with a pretty comprehensive list of things to ask Siri. experiment, have fun and remember, the more you use Siri, the better it will get, for all of us!

Siri works with almost all the built-in apps. And it’s smart enough to figure out which apps to use to provide you with answers. It also uses Search and Location Services to help you with your requests. Here’s a list of apps and services that Siri works with worldwide:

  • Phone
  • FaceTime
  • Dictation
  • Music
  • Mail
  • Messages
  • Calendar
  • Reminders
  • Notes
  • Contacts
  • Alarms
  • World Clock
  • Timer
  • Weather
  • Shazam
  • Stocks
  • Web search
  • Wikipedia search
  • Wolfram|Alpha (English only)
  • Find My Friends
  • Post on Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Movies
  • Sports
  • App launch
  • Maps
  • Local search

One of the most important things you need to do to insure SIRI works for you is to define your “Relationships”. Basically SIRI needs to know who you are, who your common contacts are, etc. In addition, it’s very helpful to put everyone you interact with into your contact list with as much detail as you can, like location, birthdays, etc. This is how SIRI will help you contact and find friends, make appointments and more. If you have not done this and ask SIRI to call your wife for example, SIRI will politely says something like, I’m sorry, but I don’t know who that is, and in fact I don’t know who you are? She or He will even tell you how to fix that!

Support website from Apple for SIRI http://www.apple.com/ios/siri/ or http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT4992

My playlist on YouTube with funny and helpful Siri tips and tricks

Also make sure SIRI is enabled on your device by going into:

  • “Settings”
  • “General”
  • “Siri”

Make sure Siri is turned on and select if you want to Allow “Hey Siri”, which voice you prefer Siri to be in, and it’s a good time to make sure the “My Info” has your contact info, so Siri knows who you are.

Sample list of Siri Commands

Define relationships for Siri

  • “Call me Master”
  • “My wife is ‘Jane Doe’”
  • “My brother is ‘Joe Blow’”
  • “‘Carol’ is my mom”
  • “My boss name is ‘Andria’”
  • “My dad is ‘John’”
  • Ask Siri to search Contacts
  • “When is my wife’s birthday?”
  • “What’s Joe Blows address?”
  • “What is my father’s phone number?”
  • “Who is Andria?”
  • “Show Andria‘s home email address”
  • “Show Joe Blow”
  • “Find people named Johnson”

Ask Siri to make a Phone Call or FaceTime

  • “Call Joe Blow”
  • “Call my wife on mobile”
  • “Call home”
  • “Call my mother on her work phone”
  • “Call 916 555 1212″ data-isfreecall=”false” data-isrtl=”false” data-ismobile=”false”>916 555 1212
  • “Redial last number”
  • “Return missed call”
  • “FaceTime John “
  • “FaceTime audio Jane “
  • “FaceTime video John “
  • “Check my recent calls”
  • “Check my voice mail”

Ask Siri to Send Text Messages (SMS)

  • “Send a message to Carol”
  • “Send a message to John saying ‘Let’s have dinner tonight’”
  • “Send a message to Mom on her mobile saying ‘I am running late’”
  • “Text my mom and dad saying ‘Let’s have dinner tomorrow evening’”
  • “Text John and Jane saying ‘Where are you?’”
  • “Send a message to 916 555 1212″ data-isfreecall=”false” data-isrtl=”false” data-ismobile=”false”>916 555 1212
  • Ask Siri to Read Text Messages (SMS)
  • “Read my new messages”
  • “Read it again”
  • Ask Siri to Reply to Text Messages
  • “Reply ‘I miss you too’”
  • “Reply ‘I will arrive in 20 minutes’”
  • “Call her on mobile”

Ask Siri about Voice Mail

  • “Do I have new voice mail?”
  • “Play my last voice mail”
  • “Play voice mail from Carol”

Siri Email Commands

Ask Siri to Send Email Messages

  • “New email to Joe Blow”
  • “Email Carol and Sue and say ‘I am going out of town this Friday’”
  • “Email mom about the trip”
  • “Mail John about the concert tickets”

Ask Siri to Check Email Messages

  • “Check email”
  • “Read my last email”
  • “Do I have any new messages?”
  • “Any new email from my Dad today?”
  • “Show the email from Sue yesterday”
  • “Show new mail about the football game”

Ask Siri to Respond to Email Messages

  • “Reply ‘Hey Dad, let’s watch Scandal tonight”
  • “Call him at work”

Ask Siri About Messages

  • “Read my notifications”

Ask Siri to Locate Friends and Family

  • “Where is my wife?”
  • “Is my wife at home?”
  • “Where is my Dad?”
  • “Where are all my friends?”
  • “Who is near me?”

Siri Commands for Calendar

  • “Schedule a meeting with Sue tomorrow at 3 PM”
  • “Schedule a conference call with John today at 2 PM”
  • “Schedule a meeting about the new acquisition at 4 PM”
  • “schedule meeting about renovations at 5PM tomorrow in the conference room
  • “Set up a meeting at 11 AM”
  • “Set up a meeting with Brad at 9 AM”
  • “New appointment with Brenda Tuesday at noon”
  • “Meet with Sue at 6PM?

Ask Siri to change events

  • “Reschedule 6 PM meeting to 9 PM”
  • “Reschedule my 9 AM meeting today”
  • “Reschedule my appointment with Dr. Miller to next Tuesday at 8am”
  • “Move my 1pm meeting to 3:00 PM”
  • “Add Bill to 3:00 meeting”
  • “Add Sue to meeting with Bill”
  • “Cancel the sales meeting”

Ask Siri about your events

  • “What’s on my calendar today?
  • “What’s on my calendar tomorrow?
  • “What’s on my calendar for Tuesday?”
  • “When is my next meeting”
  • “Where is my next meeting?”
  • “When is my next appointment?”
  • “When am I meeting with my Dad?”

Ask Siri to set a Reminder

  • “Remind me to check the mail”
  • “Remember to stop by the bank”

Time based reminders

  • “Remind me to call mom at 4 PM”
  • “Remind me to walk the dogs at 7am tomorrow”
  • “Remind me to leave work at 5 PM”

Location based reminders

  • “Remind me to water the plants when I get home”
  • “Remind me to stop by the dry cleaners when I leave work”
  • “Remind me to call Brenda when I leave”

Ask Siri to Create and Find Notes

  • “Create note: Door pass code is one two three two”
  • “Note that I spent $30 on dinner”
  • “Create list note
  • “Find my shopping list note”
  • “Add Michael Jackson to my song list note”

Time and Alarm Functions

Ask Siri to set or change Alarms

  • “Set an alarm for 6 AM”
  • “Wake me up tomorrow at 7 AM”
  • “Wake me up on weekdays at 7 AM”
  • “Wake me up on weekends at 10 AM”
  • “Wake me up in 4 hours”
  • “Change my 7 AM alarm to 6:30 AM”
  • “Show all alarms”
  • “Turn off my 5:30 alarm”
  • “Delete my 5:30 alarm”
  • “Turn off all alarms”

Ask Siri to check the time

  • “What time is it?”
  • “What is today’s date?”
  • “What time is it in Los Angeles?”
  • “What time is it in Germany?”
  • “What’s the date this Thursday?”

Ask Siri to use a Timer

  • “Set the timer for 10 minutes”
  • “Show the timer”
  • “Reset the timer”
  • “Stop the timer”
  • “Resume the timer”
  • “Change timer”

Ask Siri for Maps and Directions

  • “How do I get home?”
  • “Directions to home”
  • “Directions to my Doctors Office”
  • “Take me to my wife”
  • “Show my current location”
  • “Show me Union Station”
  • “Show me directions from my house to Starbucks”

Ask Siri about Local Businesses

  • “Find pizza near me”
  • “Find Starbucks near me”
  • “Good Mexican restaurants near me”
  • “Find a gas station near me”
  • “Show me the closest hospital”
  • “Show ATMs near me”
  • “Show me the nearest WiFi hotspots”

Siri Commands: How to play Music using Siri

  • “Play Jazz music”
  • “Play exercise playlist”
  • “Play work playlist”
  • “Play the album ‘The New Classic’”
  • “Play the album ‘The New Classic’ shuffled”
  • “Play Michael Jackson”
  • “Play ‘Beat It’”
  • “Pause music”
  • “Stop music”
  • “Resume music
  • “Skip track”
  • “Play previous track”
  • “What music is playing?”
  • “Play Garth Brooks on iTunes radio”

Ask Siri about the Weather

  • “What’s the weather like today?”
  • “What’s the temperature outside?”
  • “What’s the weather for tomorrow?”
  • “What’s the forecast for this weekend?”
  • “How’s the weather in Lake Tahoe right now?”
  • “Will it rain in Sacramento this week?”
  • “Check next week’s forecast for Reno, Nevada”
  • “What’s the high for Sacramento on Thursday?”
  • “When is sunrise in Reno?”
  • “When is sunset in Sacramento?”

Ask Siri to check Stocks

  • “How is the stock market doing today?”
  • “What is the Dow at?”
  • “Where is the Nasdaq at today?”
  • “Show me the stock information for Apple”
  • “What is Apple’s stock price?”
  • “What did Apple close at today?”
  • “What is Sony’s PE ratio?”

Ask Siri to search the Web

  • “Search the web for best Windows tablets”
  • “Search for baked chicken recipes”
  • “Search the web for best smartphones”
  • “Search for news about the November Elections”
  • “Search Google for Siri commands”
  • “Search Google for top jazz albums”
  • “Google upcoming tablets”
  • “Search Wikipedia for Steve Jobs”
  • “Search Bing for upcoming movies”
  • “Bing upcoming smartphones”
  • “Search Twitter for Tech Tv“
  • “Search Yahoo for what’s happening in China”

Ask Siri to search the Web for Images

  • “Search for images of Jane Doe”
  • “Search for images of Mount Rushmore”
  • “Search for images of Marilyn Monroe”

Ask Siri to Launch an App

  • “Play Angry Birds”
  • “Open Music”
  • “Launch Spotify”
  • “See Apples list above”

Ask Siri to Change Phone Settings

  • “Turn on airplane mode”
  • “Turn on Wi-Fi”
  • “Turn on Bluetooth”
  • “Turn on ‘do not disturb’”
  • “Turn up brightness of display”
  • “Display privacy settings”
  • “Is Bluetooth on?”
  • “Open Phone Settings”

Ask Siri to Change App Settings

  • “Open music settings”
  • “Open mail settings”
  • “Open Twitter settings”

Ask Siri to Post to Facebook

  • “Post on Facebook ‘On my way to the party’”
  • “Write on my wall ‘Having a great time’

Ask Siri to Post to Twitter

  • “Tweet I love my iPhone 6 plus hashtag iPhone”
  • “Tweet visit fuzzyhead.info“
  • “Post to Twitter ‘fuzzyhead is awesome!’”
  • “Tweet ‘What is your favorite phone, hashtag mobilephone”
  • “Tweet my location ‘Having fun in Sacramento!’”
  • “Search Twitter for best WordPress tips”
  • “What’s trending on Twitter”

Ask Siri about Movie Theaters

  • “What movies are coming out this weekend?”
  • “What movies are playing near me?”
  • “Find movie theaters in Carson City, Nevada”
  • “Find movie theaters near my house”
  • “What are the best movies playing right now?”
  • “What G-Rated movies are playing?”
  • “What action movies are playing”

Ask Siri about Movies

  • “Show me reviews of the movie ‘Catching Fire’”
  • “Show me ratings for ‘Catching Fire’”
  • “Play the trailer for ‘Catching Fire’”
  • “Who directed “Catching Fire?”
  • “When was the movie ‘Catching Fire’ released?”
  • “Who starred in the movie ‘The Godfather Part 1’?”
  • “What movie won best picture in 1974?”
  • “How many movies has Johnny Depp been in?”

Ask Siri about Restaurants

  • “Show me restaurant information for Cheesecake Factory in Reno”
  • “Show me reviews for Cheesecake Factory in Reno”
  • “I need a reservation tonight at the China Wok”
  • “Show me good Mexican restaurants near me”
  • “Table for four in Sacramento, CA Friday Night”

Ask Siri about Sports

  • “Show me football scores from Sunday”
  • “Show me NFL standings”
  • “When do the Forty Niners play next?”
  • “Show me the Giants season schedule”
  • “Which NFL team has the most yards?”
  • “Show me the roster of the SF Giants”
  • “Show me career statistics for Joe Montana”

Math Commands

  • “What is 76 x 3?”
  • “What is 3 to the 9th power?”
  • “What is the square root of 277?”
  • “How many ounces in a cup?”
  • “How much is $100 in Canadian dollars?”
  • “What is a 20% tip on $172?”

Ask a question using Wolfram Alpha

  • “What planes are flying above me right now?”
  • “What’s the price of gasoline in Reno, NV?”
  • “How tall is Sylvester Stallone?”
  • “How many calories in a soda?”
  • “How far away is Saturn?”
  • “What’s the population of China?”
  • “How many days until Thanksgiving?”
  • “What are the properties of chartreuse?”
  • “What is the nutritional information for a bowl of Chex?”
  • “Earthquakes, Hawaii, 1985?
  • “cumulonimbus cloud”
  • “How many degrees are in 3 radians?”
  • “What is the wavelength of 500MHz?”
  • “What is the molecular structure of corundum?”
  • “What notes are in a B minor chord?”
  • “What is “Help me, I’m lost” in Morse Code?”
  • “What is the molecular weight of caffeine?”

Accessibility

Show Accessibility Settings

  • Turn on Voice Over
  • Turn Off Voice Over

Using an IOS Device

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Should you by an iPad or iPhone? What can you do with the iPad or iPhone? Since the lines are blurred between iPads and iPhones, both devices will be covered in an upcoming class, to be held at the new Douglas county community center in Gardnerville, NV. Class is designed to help students decide if one of these devices is right for them, and if you already own one, to share tips and tricks for getting the most out of these devices and how to make them fit your passions or hobbies. There is so much these can do that class will be structured to try and accommodate student needs, based on survey feedback for attendees.

Contact the center at 1-775-782-9828 for this and many other classes

Grand Opening December 6th

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1329 Waterloo Lane
Gardnerville, NV 89410