Note: On-line Meeting Replaces Physical Meeting!
November 15th, 2020, 1:00 PM
“Holiday Show & Tell:
The Double Click Gifting Guide”
Presented by All of You:
The Double Click Membership!
At our last meeting, we eased into the holiday gift season by featuring a presentation by Bob Wood, a former Double Click Officer, who shared his “Geek Gift Guide.” We’ll continue the “gift” theme this month…
With the year nearly at its end the holiday gift season is once again upon us. Following our long-standing Double Click tradition, we invite Double Click members to participate in this “Show & Tell” meeting.
Do you have a favorite Mac/iPhone/iPad item that you find especially useful/fun/handy that you consider a “must-have?” If you think your fellow members might be interested in it too (as a gift or for themselves), how about presenting it at this meeting?
Your demo might be a game, utility or productivity enhancement software or a cool hardware add-on. Or perhaps your favorite mobile device app? Everyone has something like this… why not share it?
Give the rest of us a gift hint by showing your software or hardware favorite at this meeting. A quick 5-10 minute demo is all that we ask… Please contact Double Click President Jim Macak to be added to the agenda!
In consideration of the health threat from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the next Double Click meeting at UW-M has been changed to a “virtual” on-line meeting. We have chosen to use the Webex meeting software from Cisco as our on-line platform.
In order to “attend” the virtual meeting, members will need to download and install the free Cisco Webex Meetings software app on their computer, iPhone or iPad.
A .pdf document of instructions for installing and using the Cisco Webex Meetings software is available here: Double Click Virtual Meeting - Software Instructions.
Most Double Click monthly main meetings start with a presentation tailored especially for “beginners.” The session host is Steve Parker. Steve, the long-standing Beginner’s Group Coordinator and current Double Click Vice President, demonstrates macOS X tips and basic techniques.
Steve’s presentations are a popular feature of the first part of Double Click meetings. New (and even experienced) users are always sure to learn a tip or three from Steve. (If you have a tip, bring yours along to share!)
Note: On-line meetings are temporarily replacing physical meetings!
Regular Main Meetings of Double Click, Inc., the macOS User Group of Milwaukee, are held once a month on a Sunday afternoon beginning at 1:00 p.m.
We meet on the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee campus in Room E190 of the Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (EMS) Building at 3200 North Cramer Street. Thus, the EMS building is located just north of Kenwood Boulevard between N. Cramer Street and N. Maryland Avenue.
Parking is available in a surface lot with its entrance off of Kenwood Blvd. or in the EMS Building underground parking ramp with its entrance off of N. Cramer St. (The EMS parking ramp entrance is to the right (not ahead) once you have driven into the parking access area. There is a fee for parking on campus.
All regular meetings are free and open to the public.
(Looking Further Ahead)
December 20th, 2020, 1:00 PM
Note: This will be an on-line meeting.
To assist you in planning ahead for upcoming Double Click meetings, here is the schedule of our main meeting dates for 2020 and 2021. Note that meetings are usually held on the third Sunday of the month, with exceptions noted by asterisks.
* Second Sunday of the Month