Mayoral Forum on LGBTQ Issues a Huge Success

Thank you to all who came out for Baltimore’s first forum for mayoral candidates on LGBTQ issues. We were honored to be able to provide our community with an opportunity to inform their vote on April 26. Twelve candidates showed up for the forum, which was held at the University of Baltimore on Tuesday, March 8th. Candidates in attendance included Catherine Pugh, Nick Mosby, Elizabeth Embry, Carl Stokes, Nicholas Caminiti, DeRay Mckesson, Joshua Harris, Calvin Young III, Cindy Walsh, Lavern Murray, Patrick Gutierrez, and Andre Powell. Each candidate had an opportunity to respond to questions prepared previous to the forum, […]

Technology Resources at the GLCCB

At the beginning of August the GLCCB made a move from Mt. Vernon to 2530 North Charles Street.  If you have not had a chance to check out this space do it now.  Not only is there a lot of meeting space available for programming there are many different programs and resources available one of which are technology resources.

Moving Your Business? IT Needs to Consider

Baltimore’s GLCCB will be moving to its new home (2530 North Charles Street, third floor) this coming Saturday, August 7th. I have been lucky enough to be able to help the GLCCB with the move from a technical point of view. This article will look at the two primary things you need to consider when moving into a new space: phones and network.

Backing Up and Retrieving Data

So your computer is dying a slow death and you have scads of important documents. Unfortunately the operating system doesn’t start properly anymore and you can’t access them. This article will go over ways to retrieve what you’re looking for, and even better, to make sure documents are backed up before disaster strikes.

Backing Up and Retrieving Data

So your computer is dying a slow death and you have scads of important documents. Unfortunately the operating system doesn’t start properly anymore and you can’t access them. This article will go over ways to retrieve what you’re looking for, and even better, to make sure documents are backed up before disaster strikes.

Slow Computer?

So it’s been a few weeks since I’ve written anything while I come up with a good topic. Now I have one. My friend’s computer has slowed down and he has asked me to fix his computer. Unfortunately it is almost impossible to diagnose the issue without looking at the computer in person since there are a number of possible reasons. Here are a few things you can check to determine why your Windows computer has slowed down.

Mac or PC? Which do you prefer?

While sitting here on an airplane flying out to Colorado for the weekend I was starting to read Steve Job’s biography. That made me think which type of computer do you prefer, Mac or PC – and why? Personally I try to stay as neutral as possible working with computers. The goal of this article isn’t to influence your decision to purchase a Mac or PC but to make you think about the computer you are using and why you’ve made the decision. Just fair warning, this article is somewhat opinionated.