2020 hasn't been a great year, thus far. So let us turn the clock back a year and give you snippets of Washington Apple Pi general meetings from 2019.
The two videos have chapter breaks, which means that you can skip around. You can either stream the files in your browser, or download them and see them offline. Collectively, they are boiled down from about 40 hours (or more) of raw material.
2019 So Far
The first video is 1.13 gigabytes (yes, I know the thumbnail says otherwise), is 36 1/2 minutes long, and covers:
Meeting on Washington Apple Pi resources (mailing lists, email, website, forums, self-service membership portal, etc.)
Meeting on stopping, or at least slowing down, spam
Meeting with Chuck Joiner
Meeting on technology trends in schools
Meeting on security and smart locks
Meeting with Rob Pegoraro, technology columnist.
Click on the image for the video.
2019 The Rest of the Story
The second video is 689 megabytes, and 22 minutes long. It covers:
Meeting with an overview of the newly released macOS Catalina and iOS 13 (and iPad OS)
Meeting on personal privacy and smart home devices
Meeting on WordPress and how it can be used by almost anyone
Meeting consisting of a tour of the virtual reality lab at George Mason University.