This week the CTG session returns to the Clubhouse
Wednesday, 29th Sept' 2020 - 9.30am - 11.30am Cyprus time ( 7.30 am - 9.30 am UK time)
Coffee break approx' 1030 - 10.45 am Cyprus time
Please ensure if you have a valid membership card you bring it with you.
There will be no breakfast club.
No bar open at lunchtime.
No table and chairs to be moved.
You need to bring in your own tea, coffee, or other beverages (and biscuits).
Please Apply Hand Sanitizer as you enter the clubhouse.
Speaker : Derek Noronha
This will be a Q & A session. More of your questions answered covering Windows, Android, Media issues and other general advisory items.
Any further questions about any aspect of computing issues needing advisory solutions are welcome by Tuesday AM, please.
Zoom will be provided as an additional resource for UK based members.
I need to know in advance how many UK based members want to join the meeting via Zoom.
Minimum of three members are required, please.
Please drop me a line ASAP if you wish this service to be operating.
We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible on Wednesday.
Dear CTG/Camera Club members,
The first club session following the August break will be a Zoom only meeting - 9th Sept' 2020.
Attached is an agenda (pdf) to review and discuss the future direction of club activities especially the Camera Club going forward. Please read content in good time for Wednesdays'meeting.
(Contact Derek for pdf to review if you have not already received this - details on Wednesday page)
Note : Zoom App has a minor update: Login and update at your earliest convenience to the the latest version before the meeting. (Takes about a minute)
Time: Sep 9, 2020
Meeting ID: ******* Passcode: ****** (Contact Derek via e-mail for this information)
Same for both sessions.
First session :
09:30 AM Cyprus time, 7.30 am UK Time
Refreshment break approx 1030 -1040.
10.45 am Cyprus time; 8.45 am UK time.
If any of you need a refresher on using Zoom, drop me a line, please.
Derek Noronha/Rod Morement
About the 'Computer Technology Group'
The 'Computer Club' was the first part of the former 'Computer and Camera Group' to be formed with a few enthusiasts meeting to share knowledge (& frustrations) in the early days of computing.