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India’s recent arrival into U3A International brings a significant change of emphasis. Not just life-long learning, but also a clearly stated declaration of a sense of duty towards ALL disadvantaged elderly Indians. Please send them a welcome. Click-on http://worldu3a.org/india
Travel: The Heathrow T5 story makes the alternative of Ships and Trains very attractive. You can find out all about how its done at http://www.seat61.com/ (Thank you, Kate Oliver).
Science/Nature: The amazing Atlas of Anatomy website at http://www.winkingskull.com is mostly a work of reference, but it merits a mention in U3A Newsletters because of the level of detail. (Thank you, BBC Click programme).
Thinking of buying a new digital camera? A free guide to basics can be seen at http://photographycourse.net/ and for reviews of cameras visit www.dpreview.com. (Thank you David Pearson – Chiltern U3A)
Concerned about Alzheimers? The new issue of Preserving Your Memory Magazine can be seen and downloaded at http://www.alzinfo.org/PYM_Spring08.pdf
TECHNICAL TOPICS:
Much like elsewhere, "muck" can build up in your computer so cleaning it out periodically is a good idea. Can you do it yourself? How technical do you have to be? How often should I do it? http://www.datadoctors.com/media/radio/410
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