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Maine Technology Users Group holds state’s largest information technology conference on May 28.
 
The Maine Technology Users Group (MTUG) invites IT professionals, managers and technology enthusiasts from all industries and sectors to the 28th Annual Information Technology Summit and Tradeshow on Thursday, May 28th, 7:30am-4pm.
 
The MTUG IT Summit is Maine's largest business technology conference with 15 educational sessions, 59 vendor booths, and ample time to explore a broad range of IT topics, products and services. Workshop tracks include Great IT Debates, IT Infrastructure, IT Workforce Development, Security, and Tech Sandbox (hands-on demos / robotics).
 
Keynote speaker Rear Admiral William Leigher, now Advanced Solutions Director of Intelligence, Information and Services (IIS) at Raytheon Company, will present "Insecurity in a Connected Planet". Mr. Leigher will explore the ubiquity, and risk, of computer processors in non-IT cyber systems, and present ways to address the threat to life and property.
 
Admission is $45 Early Bird (by 5/7), $50 Advance and $60 at the door. Fee includes workshops, tradeshow floor access, continental breakfast, buffet lunch, dessert, and door prizes! Student discount available. MTUG is a nonprofit organization focused on bringing educational events and programming to the IT community. Space is limited; please pre-register at the event website: http://www.mtug.org/summit .
 
MTUG top Summit Sponsors include Avaya, Cisco Systems, FairPoint Communications, Arista, Lincolnville Communications, Nutanix and Palo Alto Networks.
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Nice photosphere of the WWII memorial in Washington, DC.
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I feels like I'm there!!
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So has anyone out there got and professional & secure solutions for remote connections to a PC from a Chromebook?  
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OK, so you have probably heard about David LeClair, the cyclist in the Trek Across Maine who was killed yesterday. I looked at his sponsor page on ALA's trek page, and I am seeing people who are continuing to contribute in his memory. It touches me to think that people are helping to create a legacy for this young man. Watch the progress or even contribute. His goal was $500, and he was at $1,335 when I posted this.
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Submitted by Tom on Thu, 06/07/2012 - 11:25am. LinkedIn was recently hacked (http://abcnews.go.com/US/linkedin-hacked-64-million-user-passwords-repor...). As a result 6.4 million passwords were compro...
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Interesting article about how Google Plus is beginning to show progress. Is this something that Facebook should be concerned with?
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Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, DC. My next google search will be, how did the do that?
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Thank you!  Outstanding job!  I really enjoyed it.
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I am going to be doing an Android class and using a projector.  I would like to get an app that will visually display my finger touches and movement across the screen so the students can see what I am doing.  Ever heard of something like that?
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+Douglas Jenkins, I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 and I purchased an HDMI adapter (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00A77T1ZG/ref=oh_details_o01_s00_i01) which connects to my projector with an HDMI cable. 
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Chandler's Band playing in the Yarmouth Clam Festival Parade, July 2012.  www.chandlersband.com
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Infographic Labs has put together a compelling infographic as to why Google+ is worth your time.
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Nice people at the desk, room was as clean-ish. Toilet, sink, shower and sheets all clean however the room was very perfumey. Room (and the whole facility) was really dated and "patched". They also wanted a copy of my credit card which is hinkey at best. I would not stay there again, primarily because I don't trust them as a result of them photocopying my credit card but also because I prefer something a little nicer.
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Room was quite clean, facility was in good order.
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Enjoyed a very good deep dish style pizza. Service was excellent.
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Some neat stuff. Some good finds but some pretty pricey stuff too.
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Closed in two dates/times that were published as being open. Very disappointed.
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