Presentation by Ron Brown - APCUG
This presentation continues a look at common medical problems Seniors encounter and how wearable technology can help identify and prevent emergencies. Ron is a retired family physician with 35 years of experience so he uses a fictitious patient to show you that serious problems can occur quickly and how new technology developed recently can be used. Part One on February 8 focused on “ Heart Problems “ and discussed the New Apple Watch and cardiac monitoring devices.
Part Two expands on the first Presentation and will look at not only wearables but Internet of Things (IOT) devices to stay connected and improve your safety.
Facilitated by Brad Brooks
Session participants learn about current Apple news and events as well as ask questions about their own Apple products.
Facilitated by Eric Noyes
Topic: All Things Tech Q & A
This session is for Computer Club members to ask questions and share all things technical, from computers to home gadgets.
Facilitated by Marsha Gary
Topic: Investment SIG
This class discusses trading strategies, risk tolerance, and identifying proper entry and exit points as they relate to building, maintaining, and monitoring a portfolio. Members are encouraged to talk about their favorite stocks, why they like them, and what characteristics would lead them to a buy or sell decision.
Eric Noyes facilitates this SIG and answer questions you may have regarding the Quicken financial program.
Ray Baxter, APCUG President & Treasurer; President, Payson Computer Meet-Up Club
This is a two-part presentation: a quick review of our music listening habits during the last 65 years and a look at today’s download and streaming offerings. From 78s to 45s, LPs, the 8-track tape, cassettes, the Walkman, Compact Discs, iPods and more – Ray will cover it all.
Ray considers himself an early Rock and Roll historian and has a digital collection of over 45,000 songs that began when he first started collecting records (most of which he still has) in his pre-teenage years. When living in California, he was the President of the Doo-Wop Society of Southern California, a non-profit organization that for almost 14 years produced live quarterly musical stage shows featuring vocal groups of the 1950s.