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March 25

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February 18 – author Joe Kissell

Joe Kissell and his new book Take Control of Your Digital Legacy. Aerial: Apple TV Aerial Views Screen Saver for Macs   Elago W3 Apple Watch Stand

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January 28: Shelly Brisbin

Meeting Pictures  At the January meeting we were excited to have author Shelly Brisbin meet with us via video chat. Her latest book is iOS Access for All.  We continued the Mac Basics talks with a presentation by Marty J.

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December 17

Holiday Party MAC BASICS: PREVIEW Learn about the powerful, free tool on your Mac that is much more than a PDF viewer. RAFFLE The Second stage of the Holiday Raffle takes place at the meeting. Remember to bring your tickets

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November 19

Joshua Centers joined us by Skype. He’s the managing editor at TidBITS and a great person to talk all things iOS and author of the Take Control book iOS 10: A Take Control Crash Course. first stage of the

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October 22

Q&A from the group.  Follow up from last month’s iOS 10 talk.  Holiday Raffle announcement. We watched videos with different reviews of the brand new iPhone 7.

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September 24

Preview of the new iOS 10.

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August 27

Marty J. told us about the beta for MacOS and the new features for the Mac.  Richard M. talked about various topics: MacMost Now tutorial podcast Sortly – Moving, Organizing & Inventory by My Things App Inc. Phoster by Bucket

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July 23 – picnic

It’s almost annual picnic time again, Saturday, July 23, from 12:00-3:00pm at the Strongsville Historical Society – 13305 Pearl Road, just around the block from the Strongsville Library. Thankfully, the construction on Pearl Road has been completed! Thanks to everyone who attended the

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June 25, 2016

June 25: Twitter presented by Martin. Thanks for the opportunity to speak about Twitter and how it can be used for getting good information about Apple products and software. I would encourage you to try Twitter and see what you

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