For our February 2013 General Meeting.
Once you learn that you can set a browser's default page to something other than the original setting, whole worlds open up, including the personal landing page. A personal landing page is a web page where you can store the stuff that matters most to you: commonly used sites you like to visit, weather and traffic reports, stock market reports, tracks of asteroids that may destroy all life on Earth -- that sort of thing.
For some time, Google's iGoogle service allowed anyone to create a customizable landing page with Google Gadgets, but Google is retiring this service at least for browsers other than Google Chrome. Never fear: there are other options out there, and the February meeting will show you how to make the World Wide Web more narrowly focused on what matters to you.
After the Q&A that starts at 9:30 a.m., and after the program ends, we'll have our mobile lifestyle SIG for those who want to stay.