It wasn't that long ago when Dropbox first launched in 2008 and seemed to change everything. Just a few years later, the cloud-based data storage service has become so ubiquitous and dependable that a lot of us take it for granted. Like the best technology, Dropbox just works and does a great job keeping us synchronized across multiple machines and over the web. Most of us are pretty happy with it, but what if Dropbox could do even more?
Once again, all moms are invited to our annual Mother's Day class on May 8th.
Topics will include:
- How to get pictures from your camera to your tablet to your email then to that website
- How to do that Photoshop thing like Judy's son does that always turns out so cute
- How to use your smartphone to confirm that you're going to the Applebee's off Highway 7, not the other one
See you there, Mom!
Also, enjoy our May newsletter.
We've been enthusiastically mentioning the upcoming CiviCon Colorado 2016 in the last few months. Why? Well, T4T uses CiviCRM on a daily basis and has for years, so we believe in the platform. And, we were lucky enough to attend CiviCon last year, so we know it's a great, truly informative experience.
We currently offer six Excel classes. The diagram below displays the most popular order a person would follow if starting from the beginning. There's more detail on each class listed below the diagram, as well.
Early bird pricing registration has been extended to Friday, April 8th! Register now to attend the 2016 North American CiviCRM conference will be held in Fort Collins, CO from May 31 to June 8 and save a little money! Session tracks have been designed to meet the needs of beginners, administrators, implementers, and developers, so there is a skill track in place for every CiviCRM user!
For schedule, session, and registration information, visit www.colorado2016.civicrm.org.
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This is a joke: A farmer in the field with his cows counted 196 of them, but when he rounded them up he had 200.
Have an idea for a session topic? Want to lead a discussion? Have a story to tell? Session submission is now open! CiviCon Colorado has many opportunities for sessions. We are looking for product based sessions geared toward users, implementers and CMS specific topics as well as community based sessions focused on growing and enhancing the CiviCRM community. Submit your session idea today!
Do you remember a couple of years ago when you spent hours and hours missing deadlines and forgetting simple personal hygene while you obsessively watched the Brown Bear & Salmon Cam? It's not back... not yet anyway...
As your baseball friends know, Spring Training has started! Perhaps you'll think about a little spring training of your own. Check out our newsletter for a list of our March classes and for a few fun articles and tech tips.