I am looking for a simple way for very computer illiterate people (read older, can barely email) can read private notes online. Basically it is for Board members so it needs to something they need to log into and that Google, etc. will not search. This is just for updating activities for the board in an effort to keep people informed. I am looking for something simple.
I have access to the sever and URL.
I looked at the normal blog software and really did not see a secure blog that the reader has to log into.
I was thinking of some type of forum software but that would be too confusing and difficult for some. I was not looking for feedback but more just readable notes anyway.
Loc: Lancaster PA USA
I FKN hate people who know of stuff that can be done via computers and networking, know they want to use them, know they perhaps should use them, but who are too stupid, or wary, afraid or lazy to learn the basics in order to take advantage of them.
And I'm tired of doing all their FKN legwork for them.
ADD: I'm not talking about you, BF, or Scotty...I'm talking about all the unsavvy in our lives.
Edited by Phosphor (10/28/1004:17 PM)
_________________________ "We writhe with the best of them."
However take my mother for example, she was a young teen ager during December 7th 1941, who was shot at by Japanese planes, kid you not.
Anyway. Technology has past her so fast and so far, that she still writes letters by hand and makes phone calls to me. She will never touch a computer. Maybe I could give an iPad ? that might work.
Simply With some people technology just blows right by them, either by, timing or their work needed no technology or friends where not interested in technology - sorta like a black hole, just didn't need to keep up? ?
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