My Favorite Android Apps
Wednesday, December 15, 2021, at 7:00 p.m.
Bill James, Computer Club of Oklahoma City &
Member of the APCUG Speaker’s Bureau
For the December General Meeting presentation, Bill James from the Computer Club of Oklahoma City and a member of the APCUG Speaker’s Bureau will be sharing his presentation titled “My Favorite Android Apps.”
Smartphones – The Swiss Army knives of Mobile Devices — capable of doing many tasks. Selecting the right apps makes your phone a multi-functional device. Bill talks about: Productivity, Communication, Remote Control, Entertainment, Games, and Social Media. His presentation features a live demo of how he uses his smartphone.
About the Presenter:
VP of Operations, Computer Club of Oklahoma City; APCUG Director, Region 8
Bill first became involved in a PC User’s Group in 1992 when he joined the Oklahoma PC User’s Group now known as the Computer Club of Oklahoma City to learn more about the computer he purchased. He has been a member of the clubs’ Board of Directors since 1998. Bill was elected President of the CCOKC in 2000 and served two terms.
He is currently on the club’s Board of Directors, serves as VP of Operations and newsletter editor, and frequently gives presentations on new software to his club. Bill attended his first APCUG Fall Conference in 2003. He is a past APCUG Region 6 Advisor (KY, IL, IN, MI) and Treasurer and served on the APCUG Board of Directors from 2006 to 2009. Bill currently is serving as the APCUG Region 8 Advisor (AR, KS, LA, MO, OK, TX).
If Bill isn’t working with technology, you’ll find him driving his mustang; he is the Vice President and Parade Coordinator for the Oklahoma Mustang Club. He is also an active member of Toastmasters International Club #627. Bill is also a current member of the Board of Directors for North Care Center, a private non-profit behavioral and social services facility located in Oklahoma City. He retired from the Federal Aviation Administration as a Supply Systems Analyst for the FAA Logistics Center in Oklahoma City, OK in 2007 where he worked for 38 years.
The excerpt above was provided by APCUG.