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MUGOO Meetings / Re: 2021-06-28 MUGOO Zoom iMeeting
« Last post by DavidR on June 29, 2021, 10:32:47 pm »
0 - Group chin-wag while folks log on

1 - WWDC21 Highlights - with David Rhynas
David provided a high level overview at what was announced at the recent online Worldwide Developers Conference, the week of June 7th.  Apple is revamping their entire ecosystem which we sometimes forget not only includes iOS and macOS, but iPad Os, watchOS and tvOS. And they are all integrated to work together.

While no one capability is necessarily earth shaking, the combination does represent a steady improvement. Any one feature could warrant a full presentation when we resume our meetings in September.

You can see David’s remarks in his presentation below, plus additional insights in the following two links.

Presentation
https://www.dropbox.com/s/wpzpcipknbzjxdi/WWDC21.pdf?dl=0

Mac Rumours Overview
https://www.macrumors.com/2021/06/07/wwdc-2021-recap/

Apple Preview
https://www.apple.com/ios/ios-15-preview/

Some may not be aware that Apple also provides comprehensive iOS User Guides for each iOS release; these are available for free from Apple Books. For example, the User Guide for iPadOS 14.6 is 713 pages long!

During the course of the discussion, two highly recommended references came up that may well be the subject of a future MUGOO presentation.

Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport
https://www.amazon.ca/Digital-Minimalism-Choosing-Focused-Noisy/dp/0525536515/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Digital+Minimalism&qid=1625018957&sr=8-1

How to Do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy byJenny Odell
https://www.amazon.ca/How-Do-Nothing-Resisting-Attention/dp/1612197493/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1625019039&sr=8-1

Both are available from the Ottawa Public Library

2 - 14 unknowns about your iPad - with LeRoy Lees
ScreenCastsONLINE is an online subscription service with easy to follow video tutorials, helping you to keep up-to-date with all of your Apple devices and applications.  LeRoy provided a presentation overview of one particularly helpful episode: 14 Tips & Tricks for iOS 14.  This was followed by a shared screening of the episode.

You can see LeRoy’s overview presentation in the attachment below.

Here are three of the useful tips:

How to quickly select, move, delete multiple emails on iPhone and iPad with two-finger tap:
1. Open the default Mail app and the inbox you’d like to manage
2. Give a two-finger tap on any of your emails to enter edit mode
3. Use a two-finger drag to select multiple messages
4. At the bottom of your iPhone or iPad, tap Mark, Move, or Trash

How to attach a saved document to an email:
1. Tap in the email where you want to insert the document, then tap the Expand Toolbar button in the format bar above the keyboard.
2. Tap the Insert Attachment button above the keyboard, then locate the document in Files.
3. In Files, tap Browse or Recent at the bottom of the screen, then tap a file, location, or folder to open it.
4. Tap the document to insert it into your email.
5. You can also drag a file to your email to attach it to the email.

How to make PDFS on an iPhone or iPad:
1. Tap the Share icon (or the reply/forward button in the Mail app).
2. Choose the Print icon in the bottom row of the iOS share sheet (the black and white icons).
3. Ignore the printer selection at the top, and instead go straight to the preview image at the bottom go the screen. Pinch and zoom out on the little preview thumbnail to turn everything into a PDF.
4. Tap the new Share icon to save/export/share your new PDF.

Neil then demonstrated an even simpler way to create a PDF.
                                                     
3 - Presidential Firewall Chat / sign-off - with Wally Kuzmicz
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MUGOO Meetings / 2021-09-27 MUGOO iMeeting (no meetings in July or August)
« Last post by AdminMan on June 29, 2021, 02:38:26 pm »
** NOTE - We are taking a summer hiatus.  iMeetings will resume in September **

We may be able to have an in-person meeting in September, but the following Zoom details will apply if we cannot.

Date: 2021-09-27 (Monday)
Time: 7:30 PM ET  You can join the Zoom meeting starting at 7:20.
Venue: A Zoom meeting that you can join on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.

Although Zoom works in many browsers we STRONGLY recommend using the dedicated app on your device with the largest screen for the best experience.
You do NOT need a Zoom account to join a meeting!
If you need instructions, go here: https://mugoo.com/index.php/Main/UsingZOOM



Agenda For Sep 27th iMeeting :

0 - Group chin-wag while folks log on                                                   7:20 - 7:30 PM

1 - TBD   7:30 - 8:10

2 - TBD   8:10 - 9:00

3 - Q & A / Fixit Forum                             group chat                             9:00 - ?                                                             

4 - Presidential Firewall Chat / sign-off      with Wally Kuzmicz                <1.5 seconds


Unfortunately, no after meeting wings or desserts at the Royal Oak, but feel free to prepare your own snacks and share them with us on screen!

Zoom meeting details:   <---  will only work for this meeting! Join any time after 7:20, meeting starts precisely at 7:30!!
Meeting ID: 843 8170 4286
Meeting pass code: 169865

Did you miss a meeting?
Sign up for emailed meeting notices! https://mugoo.com/index.php/Main/MeetingReminders

Don't forget the Ottawa Public Library!
Even though we are unable to meet in person at the library, the OPL still offers a wealth of services you can access online. Go to https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en
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MUGOO Meetings / 2021-06-28 MUGOO Zoom iMeeting
« Last post by AdminMan on June 01, 2021, 01:55:41 pm »
Date: 2021-06-28 (Monday)
Time: 7:30 PM ET  You can join the Zoom meeting starting at 7:20.
Venue: A Zoom meeting that you can join on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.

Although Zoom works in many browsers we STRONGLY recommend using the dedicated app on your device with the largest screen for the best experience.
You do NOT need a Zoom account to join a meeting!
If you need instructions, go here: https://mugoo.com/index.php/Main/UsingZOOM

** NOTE - We will take a summer hiatus after the June iMeeting.  iMeetings will resume in September **

Agenda For June 28th iMeeting :

0 - Group chin-wag while folks log on                                                   7:20 - 7:30 PM

1 - WWDC21 Highlights                           with David Rhynas                  7:30 - 8:10

2 - 14 unknowns about your iPad              with LeRoy Lees                     8:10 - 9:00

3 - Q & A / Fixit Forum                             group chat                             9:00 - ?                                                             

4 - Presidential Firewall Chat / sign-off      with Wally Kuzmicz                <1.5 seconds


Unfortunately, no after meeting wings or desserts at the Royal Oak, but feel free to prepare your own snacks and share them with us on screen!

Zoom meeting details:   <---  will only work for this meeting! Join any time after 7:20, meeting starts precisely at 7:30!!
Meeting ID: expired
Meeting pass code: expired

Did you miss a meeting?
Sign up for emailed meeting notices! https://mugoo.com/index.php/Main/MeetingReminders

Don't forget the Ottawa Public Library!
Even though we are unable to meet in person at the library, the OPL still offers a wealth of services you can access online. Go to https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en
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MUGOO Meetings / Re: 2021-05-31 MUGOO Zoom iMeeting
« Last post by AdminMan on May 31, 2021, 10:48:17 pm »
0 - Group chin-wag while folks log on
Ross is in Melbourne and there was chit chat about the vaccinations underway in Australia.  He is scheduled for his second AZ and flies back to Italy on the 21st.

1 - How many G's do you have -  with Neil Herber (presentation attached below)
Neil had been chatting with a friend who was looking for a new mobile phone but specifically not an iPhone.  It soon became apparent that there is confusion in use of the letter “G” when describing cellular and WiFi network technologies. For cell phones, “G” refers to the generation.  Most of us today are running on LTE, 4th generation.  The next version is 5G but the major vendor Huawei https://carrier.huawei.com/en/Industries-5G has been precluded from offering the infrastructure due to security concerns associated with the Chinese government.  Ericsson https://www.ericsson.com/en/5g is the other big 5G vendor.  5G has not rolled out at the speed they were originally expecting since 4G is still pretty good.
WiFi “G” refers to the frequency band … 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. One device at 2.4 GHz can still connect to another device on the same router at 5 GHz.  But to confuse things further there is also WiFi 6 … the next generation based on IEEE standard 802.11ax https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_802.11.  It’s faster and allows beam forming (multiple antennas) that allows aiming the signal at the device, less power for  good reception.  5G cellular also does beam forming.  It will find your phone and send the signal directly to it (which can reveal your location, a concern to security experts). 

2 - Gillian's Tech Poll -  with Gillian Villeneuve
To add some variety Gillian, with Neil’s assistance, presented a number of questions to the participants using the Zoom poll feature.  This generated some interesting interaction and discussion about the use of apps.  You can see the poll summary in the attachment below.  Most of us will only download apps if they serve a specific purpose and we are generally happy to pay for them.  Also, we tend to rely on independent reviews such as those in Screencasts Online.

3 - Twisting your ARM (Apple Silicon) -  with Neil Herber
Neil purchased his new M1 Macbook Air on April 29th.

The online purchase and curbside pickup at Bayshore were flawless and fast  The store actually called to invite him in earlier than his original appointment.

Things he really likes:
- very responsive, great screen, nice keyboard
- fingerprint reader is surprisingly useful
- has two USB-C ports
- supports rapid charging via USB-C and works with his 3rd party charger
- can run iOS apps (in theory)

Things he hasn’t investigated yet:
- new M1 startup modes, see https://mac-fusion.com/m1-based-macs-have-new-startup-modes-heres-what-you-need-to-know/

Things he is not so keen on:
- can't run most emulators - VMWare, Parallels, VirtualBox - because they depend on x64 virtualization hardware which does not exist on the M1
- VMWare and Parallels claim to be working on new versions
- VirtualBox has said nothing
- There IS a virtual machine system called UTM https://eshop.macsales.com/blog/72081-utm-virtual-machine-on-m1-mac/
- even UTM can only run ARM-based operating systems, so it's still not possible to run older versions of MacOS!
- there is a covert comms channel baked into the M1 chip, but it may not be a problem https://www.engadget.com/apple-m1-vulnerability-covert-channel-malware-143216984.html
- no free year of Apple TV+ with new machine, now only get three months of Apple Arcade (meh!)
- can't start machine from an external drive "the old way" it is now complex https://www.macworld.com/article/331916/how-to-start-up-your-m1-mac-from-an-external-drive.html   and https://www.zdnet.com/article/all-storage-fails-how-to-make-a-bootable-backup-for-an-m1-mac/
- backups are more complicated with 3rd party software, see https://bombich.com/kb/ccc5/frequently-asked-questions-about-ccc-and-macos-11  and https://www.shirt-pocket.com/SuperDuper/SuperDuperDescription.html  (in Beta)
         
4 - The new M1 iMac impressions - with LeRoy Lees
LeRoy and his wife are very impressed with their new M1 iMac, so much so that it is now in their living room which never would have happened with the old iMac.  It's elegant and super fast.  You can read LeRoy's presentation notes in the attachment below.

5 - Q & A / Fixit Forum
There were two support queries from MarySue.  She had been seeing some strange HTML coding while using Firefox, which may have been accidentally invoked by activating the Inspector.  Also, a number of features in the most recent version Pages appear to have gone missing.  Ross indicated that they are likely still there but must be activated using a more cumbersome procedure.  MarySue is also looking for an Apple wired USB mouse if anyone has one that they are willing to sell.

6 - Presidential Firewall Chat and sign-off - with Gillian Villeneuve, Wally Kuzmicz
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MUGOO Meetings / 2021-05-31 MUGOO Zoom iMeeting
« Last post by AdminMan on April 28, 2021, 02:52:14 pm »
Date: 2021-05-31 (Monday)
Time: 7:30 PM ET  You can join the Zoom meeting starting at 7:20.
Venue: A Zoom meeting that you can join on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.

Although Zoom works in many browsers we STRONGLY recommend using the dedicated app on your device with the largest screen for the best experience.
You do NOT need a Zoom account to join a meeting!
If you need instructions, go here: https://mugoo.com/index.php/Main/UsingZOOM

Agenda:

0 - Group chin-wag while folks log on                                                 - 7:20 - 7:30 PM

We will be having an "all mini-topic" meeting ...

1 - How many G's do you have
     (5G, G5 and all that stuff)                      -  with Neil Herber           - 7:30 - 8:00

2 - Gillian's Tech Poll - surveying us, folks     -  with Gillian Villeneuve   - 8:00 - 8:30

3 - Twisting your ARM (Apple Silicon)            -  with Neil Herber            - 8:30 - 8:55         

4 - The new M1 iMac - LeRoy's initial
     impressions (if it arrives on time)             - with LeRoy Lees             - 8:55 - 9:15

5 - Q & A / Fixit Forum                                                                        - 5-10 minutes - Time Permitting

6 - Presidential Firewall Chat and sign-off       - with Wally Kuzmicz         - <1.5 seconds


Unfortunately, no after meeting wings or desserts at the Royal Oak, but feel free to prepare your own snacks and share them with us on screen!

Zoom meeting details:   <---  will only work for this meeting! Join any time after 7:20, meeting starts precisely at 7:30!!
Meeting ID: expired
Meeting pass code: expired

Did you miss a meeting?
Sign up for emailed meeting notices! https://mugoo.com/index.php/Main/MeetingReminders

Don't forget the Ottawa Public Library!
Even though we are unable to meet in person at the library, the OPL still offers a wealth of services you can access online. Go to https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en
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MUGOO Meetings / Re: 2021-04-26 MUGOO Zoom iMeeting
« Last post by DavidR on April 27, 2021, 04:06:40 pm »
0 - Group chin-wag while folks log on

1 - OneNote on all your devices - with Neil Herber
Neil had originally considered giving a presentation on LiquidText.  This app is available for iOS, macOS and Windows 10.  It works with the Apple Pencil and captures your reading, notes, highlights, annotations and observations but goes further to reveal their connections to source materials and each other.  The program is good for Mind Maps and keeping track on where items came from.  It may well suit your needs; however, the cost is $40 Canadian per device, which was a bit much for the purpose of giving a MUGOO demo.

OneNote is a somewhat similar app from Microsoft, which is free for every device.  The only requirement is that you must have a OneDrive storage account (where the first 5GB is free) or you can obtain a free Outlook account.  OneDrive gives you full access to the Microsoft Office suite of web services.

Neil’s handwritten presentation was prepared using OneNote and he was able to demonstrate the various features using both an iPad and MacBook Air.  Highlights are transparent and are on a different layer.  OneNote can have multiple notebooks, each with different sections and section groups.  It visually looks like a binder with tabs.  Pages within sections can have subpages.

You can share pages/notebooks with other OneNote users, import PDFs and other image files, audio, weblinks, and equations.  With the Windows version you can handwrite an equation and have it OCR’d to symbolic text.  You can also move pages around.  The web clipper for portions of a page is supported on the Mac (with Chrome or Firefox, not Safari) but on an iPad you have to clip the entire page.  There are good tutorials available on YouTube.

Here are a bunch of URLs for your easy reference:
https://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/microsoft-365/onenote/digital-note-taking-app  <-- sign up here
https://www.onenote.com/clipper   <-- get the OneNote web clipper for all browsers except Safari - Chrome recommended
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3g5SANODIQw  <-- Microsoft OneNote for iPad Tutorial 2020 (so-so)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLk5HurxK3I   <-- Complete review of Microsoft OneNote for taking notes on the iPad (EXCELLENT, but she sure talks fast)
https://www.guidingtech.com/use-handwriting-recognition-onenote/  <-- fire up your virtual machine with Windows to use this feature
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sn9JQ8GXryo  <-- Get Productive with OneNote - a whole series on YouTube
https://www.liquidtext.net/home  <-- for those with deep pockets ... beautiful interface

To see the OneNote notebook Neil used for this presentation, click https://1drv.ms/u/s!AtcWLN88taHChGU5y3Tz9T2wZiiO?e=vSJe6N
                       
2 - Mini Topics
Zoom Fatigue
- with David Rhynas
Zoom Fatigue refers to the tiredness or feelings of burnout that many have experienced after video calls. It's really a thing and there are now cognitive studies which describe why and what we can do about.  You can see David's remarks and presentation in the attachments below.

iOS Control Centre - with Wally Kuzmicz               
Wally tethered his phone and gave a presentation on the ever expanding iOS Control Centre. This capability was first introduced as part of iOS 7 in 2013. It gives iOS devices direct access to important settings by swiping a finger down from the top of the display.  The Control Center was also added to Macs in macOS Big Sur, released in November 2020.

There are 7 fixed controls at the top and up to 24 optional that can be added. For most of the controls, a Long-Press gesture or 3D Touch in more recent devices will present additional options.

Wally gave brief demo for many of the controls

https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT210981

This is a very useful capability that we all should become more familiar with.
                                 
4 - Presidential Firewall Chat and sign-off - with Wally Kuzmicz
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Support / Mail disappearing from Apple Mail
« Last post by Royston Neale on April 14, 2021, 08:07:52 pm »
Hello,

I booked my Cover-19 vaccination and got the confirmatory email on April 7th in my iCloud account.

I flagged it and went to print it today as a back-up.

But it wasn’t there. I searched for it and there was nothing. I checked iCloud but no luck.

I rushed downstairs to my MacBook Air and opened Mail. There it was! I made a PDF and went to print it out when Mail crashed.

When I re-opened Mail the message seemed to vanish before my eyes. I did a few searches but no cigar.

I’ve rebuilt mailboxes, started in Safe Mode and run Disk Utility.

Nothing seems to work.

The message was stored on a Mac Pro 3,1 running High Sierra as is the MacBook Air.

It was on my iPhone SE but it has gone from there too.

I’ve searched on the InterWebs for answers but no joy.

Can anybody here help?

Cheers.
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MUGOO Meetings / Re: 2021-03-22 MUGOO Zoom iMeeting
« Last post by DavidR on March 23, 2021, 07:36:56 pm »
0 - Group chin-wag while folks log on
We were joined this evening by Brigitte Lord, webmaster and newsletter editor of the Ottawa PC Users' Group (OPCUG).  Her father, Larry Lord, was a member of MUGOO in the 90s.  She is looking for one of us to do a Mac presentation in the fall, about one hour in duration … something that would wow her audience.  Why pick a Mac over a PC?  Many of her audience have never seen a Mac in action and may not realize that it can also run Windows 10 and how well the ecosystem is integrated with iPhones and iPads.  Gillian and Brigitte had a prior discussion on how we might accommodate this request.

Justin Long, the actor who played I'm a Mac in that series of ads, has defected to the Intel PC competition.  Tech pitchmen shifting to competitors is nothing new.  It's quite hilarious looking at the video of the best ads from the old series. https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2021/03/17/justin-long-mac-guy-apple-computers-intel-pc-ads/4735564001/

1 - Good AI / Bad AI - What's new in imaging - with Laurence Head
Laurence gave a fascinating introduction to the world of Generative Adversarial Networks (GANS) and how artificial intelligence can create totally realistic images and videos that are in fact fake.  This is a topic that many people find intriguing and disturbing at the same time.  The roots of this work originate with Geoffrey Hinton, a British-Canadian cognitive psychologist and computer scientist most noted for his work on artificial neural networks.

GANS are a class of artificial intelligence algorithms used in unsupervised machine learning, implemented by a system of two neural networks contesting with each other.  The generative network’s training objective is to “fool” the discriminator network by producing novel candidates that the discriminator thinks are not synthesized.  The process iterates and both sides are “trained” dynamically.

The technology can be used for good and evil.  Some of the positive applications include colourizing, rendering detail to old photographs and adding smooth motion to old film reels.  The downside is that fake video news can be created that is realistic but false and potentially dangerous.  How do we trust the source of our information?  On social media, you won’t know what’s real or not.  Fake news will now morph into deepfake video.  What will Fox News do with it?  As with digital art, the issue of provenance, such as a blockchain token, might become mandatory. It’s going to be a cat and mouse game, and for some there is a sense of dread.

Laurence provided short clips from a number of different examples.  These are included here to explore at your leisure.

This Person Does Not Exist https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/

12 deepfake examples that terrified and amused the internet | Creative Bloq https://www.creativebloq.com/features/deepfake-examples

Deepfakes are Getting Scary 😨 - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cTDE4lKMgg

You Won’t Believe What Obama Says In This Video! 😉 - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQ54GDm1eL0&t=29s

Bill Posters on Instagram: “[NEW RELEASE] ‘I wish I could...’ (2019) Mark Zuckerberg, founder of @facebook reveals the ‘truth’ about privacy on #facebook . This…” https://www.instagram.com/p/BypkGIvFfGZ/?utm_source=ig_embed&utm_campaign=embed_video_watch_again

Deepfake Roundtable: Cruise, Downey Jr., Lucas & More - The Streaming Wars | Above the Line - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_6Tumd8EQI

Lynda Carter Wonder Woman [deepfake] - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwRmeT1lEFg&t=1s

Millie Bobby Brown is Princess Leia [Deepfake] - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMzA94lBmjU

Incredible 160-year-old Civil War era photos Restored, Enhanced, and Colorized - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NIQuF9x8LAI

When A.I. Becomes Creative - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZ7BnJb30Cc

Dali Lives – Art Meets Artificial Intelligence - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPtcU9VmIIE&t=39s

Deepfake Movements with 1 image ONLY - This is just too Memeable [Liquid Warping GAN] - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zkrcx3_DtCw

What It's Like To be a Computer: An Interview with GPT-3 - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PqbB07n_uQ4

A Friendly Introduction to Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8L11aMN5KY8

Deepfake Queen: 2020 Alternative Christmas Message - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvY-Abd2FfM

Kids do Trump Impressions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c6s1K9kppvM
                         
2 - POOF! the Magic Dragon Disposable email addresses - with Neil Herber
Neil used SketchBook Pro on his iPad with the Apple Pencil to create hand drawn slides that were presented in a novel and engaging manner.  Disposable email addresses are something you may wish to consider to access various resources on the web which request an email address.  The request can be satisfied in a temporary manner without later being prone to more SPAM.  He provided a demo of several services which can be accessed in the pdf of his presentation below.

3 - Sign-off - with Gillian Villeneuve
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MUGOO Meetings / 2021-04-26 MUGOO Zoom iMeeting
« Last post by AdminMan on March 23, 2021, 03:17:42 pm »
Date: 2021-04-26 (Monday)
Time: 7:30 PM ET  You can join the Zoom meeting starting at 7:20.
Venue: A Zoom meeting that you can join on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.

Although Zoom works in many browsers we STRONGLY recommend using the dedicated app on your device with the largest screen for the best experience.
You do NOT need a Zoom account to join a meeting!
If you need instructions, go here: https://mugoo.com/index.php/Main/UsingZOOM

Agenda:

0 - Group chin-wag while folks log on                                        - 7:20 - 7:30 PM

1 - OneNote on all your devices            -with Neil Herber             -7:30 - 8:00
                         
2 - Mini Topics ...

   - Zoom Fatigue                                 - with David Rhynas        - 8:00 - 8:20
 
   - iOS Control Centre                          - with Wally Kuzmicz       - 8:20 - 8:40               
                                 
   - Gillian's Tech Polls - with Gillian Villeneuve                             - Time Permitting 
     

3 - Q & A / Fixit Forum                                                               - 5-10 minutes - Time Permitting

4 - Presidential Firewall Chat and sign-off  - with Wally Kuzmicz  - <15 seconds

Unfortunately, no after meeting wings or desserts at the Royal Oak, but feel free to prepare your own snacks and share them with us on screen!


Zoom meeting details:   <---  will only work for this meeting! Join any time after 7:20, meeting starts precisely at 7:30!!
Meeting ID: expired
Meeting pass code: expired

Did you miss a meeting?
Sign up for emailed meeting notices and get the Zoom ID and password right in your inbox! https://mugoo.com/index.php/Main/MeetingReminders

Don't forget the Ottawa Public Library!
Even though we are unable to meet in person at the library, the OPL still offers a wealth of services you can access online. Go to https://biblioottawalibrary.ca/en
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Support / Re: Looking for help getting files off a Syquest SCSI drive
« Last post by MacMoore on March 01, 2021, 01:24:50 pm »
Now have WORKING External Syquest SCSI EZ-135 Drive connected to SCSI card in Power Mac G4.  Booting Mac OS 9.2.1 was able to read files on all nine Macintosh formatted EZ-135 disks.  Files copied to USB flash drive for transfer to 2012 Mac Mini.
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