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Sydney Harbour
WEEKLY NEWSLETTER 28 AUGUST - 2 SEPTEMBER 2017

Hello and Welcome,

Club News:

The lockout on Saturday, the 19th August, turned out to be a mixup by the cleaners who inadvertently locked two doors after learning of the meeting cancellation of one of the meetings.

As a consequence, we will be refunded the cost of that room, and in addition, have free use for the September 16th meeting of the Web Design SIG. Thanks, SMSA.

Ezcast Model S8 Pro:

At the August Main meeting, Roger Foulds demonstrated the Ezcast Model S8 Pro which lets you connect phones or tablets to larger screens.

Here's a YouTube video, showing a reasonably clear and comprehensive presentation of the Ezcast Model S8 Pro.

The Ezcast is ideal for demonstrating Apps or features on iOS or Android phones and tablets.

Meeting This Week:

Penrith Group - Saturday 2nd Sep - 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

The meeting normally starts with a Q&A session around the table to enable members to share problems, advice and tips.

Afterwards, the group may consider further topics of interest.

Meetings Next Week:

Friday Forum - Friday 8th Sep - 9:30 am - 12 noon
Communications - Friday 8th Sep - 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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Bob Backstrom
~ Newsletter Editor ~

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