General Meeting – February 8, 2012

December 1, 2012

Filed under: General — Steve Rea @ 12:00 am

7:00 pm CIDER Club Introduction – Dennis Wurster (5 min)

7:05 pm Apple News – Steve Rea, Dennis Wurster, Todd Bernhard (10 min)

7:15 pm Know Your Software: CrashPLAN – free computer backup software that backs up personal files. Easily back up your photos, videos, financial records and more with just a few clicks. CrashPlan is free onsite backup, allowing you to back up to other computers and attached external hard drives.  presented by Dennis Wurster

7:30 pm Know Your IOS: GoodReader has earned its accolades by the way it handles huge PDF and TXT files, manuals, large books, magazines, and renderings of 100 mb and more with great speed. The ability to mark-up PDFs opens up new doors to GoodReader users who can now use typewriter text boxes, sticky notes, lines, arrows, and freehand drawings on top of a PDF file. presented by Rick Harrison (15 min)

7:45 pm Election Preview: Discussion of the need for officers and board members for the coming election.  Volunteers needed by Keith Jackson of the nominating committee   (10 min)

8:00 pm  BREAK  –    (20 min)

8:20 pm     Dash with CASH! – Five minute auction with cash only – Lyle Tague

8:30 pm Keynote: Reports from CES and MacWorld An in-depth look at all the announcements and new products that showed up at both CES and MacWorld for our Apple expert Todd Berhnard who attended both shows.  He will have plenty of visuals & samples.  (45 min)

9:15 pm Question & Answer Session – Steve Rea, Dennis Wurster, Todd Berhnard (15 min)

9:30 pm Wrap Up announcement, promote next month – Dennis Wurster

9:35 pm Meeting Ends

NOTE: Please bring small computer items that you are willing to donate to Apple CIDER for the Dash With CASH auction

Apple CIDER officers needed: The new year for officers is coming up.  Apple CIDER is looking for board members, a VP of Programming, Secretary, VP of Public Relations and Website coordinator.  We need your help in keeping CIDER vital.  You do not need to be a computer expert to help the organization function.  Please consider volunteering.  Contact


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