November’s General Meeting of the Golden Gate Computer Society features a panel of four iPad experts. Leading the panel as moderator, Jim Oser, co-leader of the GGCS Mac Interest Group, is a certified member of the Apple Consultants Network and owner of Oser Computer Solutions. He’ll be joined by:
- Karen Bell, member of North Coast Mac Users Group, Software Quality Assurance for Wind River, who is an iPad superuser with 100+ applications on her iPad, and she’ll discuss some of her favorites.
- Peggy Tatro, owner and director of Terra Linda Duplicate Bridge and a devoted Windows XP user, who received an iPad as a present, joins the group and will detail her trials and tribulations about coming from Windows and then using an iPad.
- iPad developer Mickey Mantle, founder and CEO of Marin-based-but-soon-to-be-internationally-famous Wanderful Interactive Storybooks, will share stories (about Steve Jobs and other notables) and will show a few iPad applications. See http://wanderfulstorybooks.com for a sneak preview. He was formerly VP Engineering/CTO of Marin-based Broderbund Software. Mickey also worked at Pixar.
Information about the Golden Gate Computer Society is available at www.ggcs.org.
This meetup will be preceded by an Introduction to Computers meetup at 6:00 pm (separate announcement). Special topic: Introduction to Open Office, the free alternative to Microsoft Office.