Date of Meeting: September 8, 2018
Where: MIT 77 Mass. Ave., Building 5, Room 134, Cambridge, Mass.
The meeting was called to order by Jerry Berrier, President at 1:15 p.m. Following introductions, the following announcements were made.
Jerry raffled off the Ipal rolwhich is a Stand-alone scanner which is the size and shape of a small boom-box. Cullen Gallagher won the raffle.
Jeanette read the minutes which were approved as written.
Frank reminded us that there are two membership lists, and stated we have a good number of members. Any paid members who are not on the support list should let Frank know and he will send out a link so anyone can re-subscribe.
The nominating committee consists of Jeff Thompson, Brian Switzer and John Smith. In order to vote you must have paid your dues by 4:00 on the day of the October meeting which will be October 13, 2018. Anyone wishing to run for an office should contact the nominating committee.
We discussed getting a VIBUG subscription to "the daily fibre". We will discuss more at a future meeting.
The following are technology updates from the August 30 and September 6 top tech tidbits.
People brought their latest gadgets
Jerry Berrier brought a couple of cast metal puzzles he has been having fun with, and he will provide an Amazon link for those who may wish to purchase some for themselves.
He demonstrated 1Password, a feature-rich, relatively accessible and very popular password manager for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android.
Cheryl Cumings reported on a coding camp she recently conducted here in Boston.
The meeting was adjourned at 4:00 p.m.
Respectfully submitted, Jeanette Kutash, Vibug Clerk