Re: Chuck's Astronomy Technology Today article
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Every PC computer needs to have anti-virus to keep it from nefarious software. It also needs software to cleans leftover snippets of code/malware that can really slow down and steal resources from your machine. I highly recommend “CCleaner” and “MalwareBytes” both have freeware versions you can use. I use the freeware versions of both and run them at least once or twice a month.
From: backbayastro@... [mailto:backbayastro@...]
Sent: Friday, March 17, 2017 12:33 AM
Subject: Re: [backbayastro] Chuck's Astronomy Technology Today article
My computer is truly flaky! Sometimes I press a key or tap the keypad . . . and I wait. and I wait. and I wait . . . for something to happen. This PC has "locked up" twice in the past two days, with no response to either the keypad or the keyboard. All I could do was hold down the Power button and turn it off.
My be your computer George :)
Then I tried to send a message to them on their "Contact us" page. When I sent the message I got this reply:
"Wrong planet, you must no be a human. (Go back and try again.)
Roy, I tried to subscribe, and put "club" in the box, but there is no "submit" button to finalize the transaction.
Congrat’s to Chuck Jagow for his article about DIY dew heaters in the latest Astronomy Technology Today magazine! Never heard of it? This is an online publication covering the latest news and reviews of astronomy equipment (mostly). And they have been and still are offering a free 1-year subscription (12 issues) to astronomy club members – just enter the word “club” in the discount code box of the subscription form.