Presented by:

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Rachel Kelly

from Bright.md

Rachel is an operations engineer at a small healthcare startup in Portland. Working on a team of one for several years, there is a lot of wisdom she has learned the hard - and comical - way, so come learn what to avoid while you're starting out!

No video of the event yet, sorry!

Data management and control has never been more critical. Fortunately, there's never been more information on taking control over your own Stuff than today. I'd like to take an audience through the process of leaving just one of these vectors of data control, Google. That's right, replacing Gmail, Google Drive, Google Maps, and Google Calendar. Some tools are open, some are not. I will be both honest and enthusiastic about the challenges and the fabulous gains in proceeding down this path.

This will be a 20m talk. - Why I decided to try to greatly reduce the amount of Google in my life. - Step 1: Email & Calendar - Step 2: Maps - Step 3: Drive (files, photos, presentations)

Date:
2019 November 15 - 13:00
Duration:
20 min
Room:
TALKS 3183
Conference:
SeaGL 2019 - A Prime Year for Free Software
Language:
Track:
AI/ML/Data Privacy
Difficulty:
Easy

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