Washington Apple Pi has a wide range of electronic services, from a busy Web site to electronic forums to E-mail service to mailing lists to (for Explorer subscribers) dial-up Internet connectivity and member Web sites. The March 27 General Meeting featured a review of these services, plus a major announcement of new telecommunications capabilities: the Pi has moved to a high-speed T-1 line in cooperation with Heller Internet Services.
Pick a caption: (1) Steve Roberson, handling the Question and Answer session at the March General Meeting, temporarily hands Lawrence Charters the microphone so he can handle one answer. (2) Steve Roberson shows off his latest programming feat, a remote-controlled Lawrence Charters robot. Steve is still working on the wireless model. (Photo by Richard Sanderson, taken with a Nikon D-100 digital camera.)
A good crowd was on hand for the March General Meeting in the Forum at Northern Virginia Community College. Through amazingly poor planning, we missed the Ides of March, arguably the best time to meet in the Forum… (Photo by Richard Sanderson, taken with a Nikon D-100 digital camera.)
Pi Webmaster Lawrence Charters talks about the Pi’s electronic services at the March General Meeting as Jon Thomason, author and software architect for many of those services, “drives” the machine connected to the projector. Note Jon’s bug-eyed, fish-shaped “lunchbox” at the edge of the table, used for transporting various small pieces of electronic gear. (Photo by Richard Sanderson, taken with a Nikon D-100 digital camera.)
Keynote meeting slide show for March 2004, presented in QuickTime format (7.2 megabytes, 6 minutes in length.) Also available as an Acrobat file (2.9 MB)
Grab a meeting brochure in Web-friendly JPEG (59K) or print-friendly PDF (971K) format.