Previously recorded presentations are available for viewing again below.
Chelanie Israel (aka “Miss Mac”) will return to speak about TBD topics.
Ray Thompson will give a Lightroom demonstration.
Francine Lynch returned with her “Focus on Fitness” program. Unfortunately we did not get this presentation recorded.
Jake Mangum of the UNT Digital Libraries Lab gave a talk on The Portal To Texas History, which will be hosting our entire AppleGram archive.
Chita Hunter spoke on Adobe apps.
Philip Michaels of Tom’s Guide gave us insights on features of the new iOS 17 for iPhone.
Ray Thompson presented on MidJourney, an AI imaging program. Jonesy contributed information on collaboration tools and the Wonderlust event.
Dr. Gopal Gupta of the University of Dallas gave a presentation on Artificial Intelligence.
Richard Lynch led a General Discussion of topics of interest.
"Traveling With Your Apple Devices" presented by Lawrence Jenkins, Dick Hodges, and John Jones.
Francine Lynch returned to give a presentation on “Fitness for Seniors”.
Ray Thompson spoke about his experiences with book publishing.
Jonesy returned with a presentation on Retro Gaming.
Lawrence Jenkins reviewed his 360 camera.
Cassandra Houlihan answered our tax related questions.
We finally got back together for our holiday party at Spring Creek BBQ in Richardson.
The annual Apple Corps officer election was held, and Ray Thompson discussed Topaz Labs AI plugins for Photoshop.
“Show-and-Tell” day at the Apple Corps!
Dru Richman joined us again via prerecorded video to talk about his experiences in book publishing.
Taylor Sharpe updated us on using the Mac for Small Business.
Lawrence Jenkins gave an excellent presentation on LumaFusion and Synology products.
Richard Lynch used the “Today At Apple” page on the Apple website to demonstrate how to participate in an online learning session. This session was about the iPad.
Tim Baker returned to explore the topic of Genealogy with the group.
Dru Richman joined us via prerecorded video to go over the “Band-In-A-Box” app. Afterward the group talked about some of the latest Apple products.
Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus regaled us one last time with his retrospective from 30+ years of covering technology.
Francine Lynch helped us start the New Year with exercise.
Adam Christianson returned with an update on M1 Macs.
Leonard Davis showed us some tips on creating your own podcast using Garage Band.
Jason Snell of Six Colors updated us on the status of Apple products and the upcoming Apple event.
Ray Thompson gave a presentation on Swift publishing.
Richard Lynch covered Plex on Apple and other devices.
Richard Lynch reviewed using the Numbers app for monitoring your dividend stock portfolio.
Rachel Lynch spoke about language learning with Babbel
Dan Wassink of Dan’s Tutorials led a Q&A session.
Esther Kelly and Gema De La O talked about iPhone accessibility.
Tim Baker discussed the Terminal app.
Jonesy covered Blocs. This is a Blocs video of their product.
Dave Hamilton of The MacObserver shared tips on mesh networking.
Paul Silver reviewed the MacWorld Expo in San Francisco CA.
ACD 20th Anniversary.
Bill Atkinson talks Hypercard! Wow!!
Alan Kay presented “The Evolution of the Personal Computer” to the Dallas Computer Council at the InfoMart. Blast from the past!