I have this sample working OK accept that the email message doesn’t fill up a whole line, it seems to be breaking sentences at 76 to 80 characters and I don’t have any carriage returns in the text. I tested it with gmail and godaddy webmail and the results are the same. I’ve tried just about everything, any coders out there?
Do you have a computer or technology question, or maybe want to learn more about social media, podcasting, or how to create your own blog or website with WordPress, or how to organize, save, backup and process your photos, files and notes using the free Google suite of tools?
Come see me every Saturday from 10 to 4 at Ames Free Library Queset House. As a state and local government technology professional veteran of more than 40 years and local Easton social media pioneer, I’ll be glad to help and try to answer all your computer related questions.
You can just drop in any time from 10 to 4 or schedule time here: Note! If you drop in and I have an appointment, you are welcome to sit in…
Burt Lewis, an Easton tech expert, trainer, and local social media pioneer, is available to help you navigate Google and create your own webpage.
- Getting Started with Google Suite: Burt will teach you how to get the most from the Google suite of tools to get your files, photos, information, notes and more, organized and saved online, by understanding how to store and process information, photos, files, and documents online while syncing with your phone using free Google tools.
- Creating a Website with WordPress for Beginners: Using WordPress.com Burt will guide you through the basics of building a blog, a full website, or a combination of both. Bring your laptop and follow along.
Each session is for one hour, pre-registration is required. If you are interested in either of the topics, or want to explore the other One-on-One with an Expert programs available, please sign up for a session online HERE or call 508-238- 2000, Ext. 3.
Podcasting is experiencing renewed popularity! If you’re interested in starting your very own podcast, Burt Lewis can show you all the ins and outs, and teach you what equipment and programs will get you up and running. He is available every Saturday for “One-On-One with an Expert” sessions of one hour each, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. You can register for a session HERE or by calling 508-238-2000, ext. 3.
Queset House, 2nd Floor Recording Studio
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