Helen Seaton, Publicity Director
The Computer Booters Club will meet on Wednesday, Dec. 1. Our speaker, Judy Taylour, will show us how we can Declutter Our Digital Life. The meeting will begin at 10 a.m., and members can attend the talk from home or wherever they choose via Zoom.
Declutter Your Digital Life: You spend a lot of money on your equipment—take care of it, and it will last longer. Is one of your New Year’s resolutions to declutter all things digital? How about doing some digital device spring cleaning; or your computer runs slow and it takes you too long to find a document or email. Judy’s presentation will show you how you can declutter your digital life and be more organized to work faster and smarter.
Judy Taylour is president of the Santa Clarita Valley Computer Club and a member of the Association of Personal Computer User Groups (APCUG) Speakers Bureau.
Judy is a 34-year member of the Santa Clarita Valley Computer Club, where she serves as president and webmaster. In addition, she was a co-facilitator for the Southern California Regional User Group Summit (SCRUGS), a group of computer clubs in Southern California that met together quarterly for over 20 years, to share ideas and presenter information, solve problems, etc. Along the way, they helped keep two groups active.
She spent 23 years involved with the Southwest Technology Conference held in San Diego for 20 years, and three years at Cal Poly Pomona, serving as co-chair and chair. Every year, she scheduled the speakers and was the volunteer coordinator.
Judy taught adult education tech classes for over 20 years through her local high school district. She is a member of the Pierce College Computer Applications and Office Technologies (COAT) Advisory Committee, which meets annually to suggest courses and hardware for the next school year. Judy is a firm believer in lifelong learning and enjoys giving presentations via APCUG’s Speakers Bureau.
The Computer Booters Club has many things to offer members, such as free technical assistance, information about new programs, how to use the programs, Microsoft classes, and access to talks and conferences on a variety of topics from APCUG. The APCUG classes are free and can be attended using your computer, tablet, or phone with the Zoom.us app. These classes are an exciting benefit for club members. More information and help are available in the newsletter and on our website, computerbooters.org. For more information, contact [email protected] or 480-895-2196.