2012-2013

Computer Study Group

2012
Sept. 5    Intro – Jerry N. (23)
Sept. 12    WOW (successor to Knology) – Debra Schmidt (30)
Sept. 19    Genealogy – Ron Schorr (23)
Sept. 26    Makerbot 3D printing – Earl Schweppe (25)

Oct. 3      Google fiber project – Gary Ortiz – Kansas City, KS (27)
Oct. 10    E-book readers – Jerry & Judy Niebaum (17)
Oct. 17    Backup or lose it – Dave Greenbaum (28)
Oct. 24    KU Chief Information Officer – Bob Lim (20)
Oct. 31    Apple iPad tablet – Jerry Niebaum (24)

Nov. 7    Android tablet – Jerry Niebaum (18)
Nov. 14    UNI – maintaining your computer – Lance Keltner (23)
Nov. 21    (No session)
Nov. 28    Apple iPhone – Judy Niebaum (20)

Dec. 5     KU Library – digital resources (17)
Dec. 12    Movie editing on a PC – Jerry Niebaum (21)
Dec. 19    Apple iTunes – Jerry Niebaum (20)
Dec. 26     No session

2013 
Jan. 2    No session
Jan. 9    Browser options – Which should you use? – R. Kershenbaum (28) Presentation
Jan. 16    Digital photography – Jerry Niebaum (23)
Jan. 23    Cell phone photos – Jerry Niebaum (20)
Jan. 30    Apple Pages word processing – Earl Schweppe (12)

Feb. 6    Photo sharing online services – Jerry Niebaum (21)
Feb. 13    Genealogy tools – update – Ron Schorr (27) Handout or Presentation
Feb. 20    Cloud storage (Dropbox, etc.) – Richard Kershenbaum (23)
Feb. 27    session canceled due to weather

Mar. 6    Future technologies – Jerry Niebaum (22)
Mar. 13    Maintaining the Endacott Web site(s) – Jerry Niebaum (14)
Mar. 20    No session – Spring Break – Celebrate
Mar. 27    iMovie: Movie editing on a Mac – Bruce & Marc Linton (20)

Apr. 3   Creating/publishing YouTube videos – Jerry Niebaum (20)
Apr. 10   Microsoft Surface – Jerry Niebaum (15)
Apr. 17    Electronic publishing – Pam Eglinski, author-publisher (17) Presentation
Apr. 24    Facebook and Google+ – Jerry Niebaum (28)

May. 1    Selling on eBay – Sean Passmore, Bling drop-off store (23)
May. 8    Windows 8, an introduction – Jerry Niebaum (22)
May. 15    Raspberry Pi, a tiny computer – Richard Kershenbaum (20)
May. 22    Historic Mount Oread project – Jerry Niebaum (22)
May. 29    Review of the year, plans for next year – Jerry Niebaum