Tag Archives: Zoom

#28 – A Corner Gas Rerun

Toronto. Amazing! Our twenty-eighth  executive meeting via ZOOM was the first  Wednesday evening in July – the 6th. And as the song says, “… nothin’ much going’ on …”. Of course behind the scenes there is a lot going on. Next … Continue reading

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zoom before zoom

Toronto. Today, when we speak of ZOOM, we usually mean the app used to video conference by computer and internet. In this time of COVID-19, live meetings in person have been replaced by computer conferencing using special apps like ZOOM … Continue reading

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transistor radios, TVs, trinitron, walkmans, and more …

Toronto. Today we usually think of Sony as a TV and camera maker. They made their name in North America with a transistor radio and later the fabulous line of television sets and walkman portable tape players. When digital technology … Continue reading

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in Quebec we say nombre vingt

Toronto. and the English say ‘number 20’ – our twentieth executive session via ZOOM. It’s over a year and a half now and COVID is still dragging on. Collectively, we have pretty well avoided the FOURTH wave effect by resorting to … Continue reading

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a film darkroom really can be green

Toronto. The great editor of our favourite magazine, Rita Godlevskis of PhotoEd, is thrilled to announce a ZOOM presentation this Wednesday coming (November 3rd). Rita says in part, “We’re gettn’ ready for our event next week and we’re really excited … Continue reading

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look, ma – no hands …

Toronto. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if a zoom lens was invented with the zoom controlled by electricity? Smartphone could off these tiny marvels and a light finger motion could shift the tiny zoom lens’s focal length. PHSC member and friend … Continue reading

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after one and a quarter …

Toronto. Hard to imagine, but the PHSC executive held its fifteenth monthly meeting by ZOOM! We cannot get into our North York Memorial Hall venue before September. All events are in abeyance just now but there is real hope on … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Rita Godlevskis

Toronto.  A Conversation with Rita Godlevskis, Editor and Publisher, PhotoEd Magazine On line MAY 19, 2021 – 7:30 EDT – PHSC May 2021 presentation for Toronto Meeting (virtual) The migration to online consumption of text and the COVID-19 pandemic have had devastating … Continue reading

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engine, engine, number 14

Toronto. We held our 14th ZOOM exec meeting Wednesday evening. And Celio out did himself in arranging this meeting and investigation alternate ZOOM features. The third wave still has Toronto under total lockdown and stay at home status. ALL live … Continue reading

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baker’s dozen

Toronto. We held our 13th ZOOM exec meeting Wednesday evening. And once again, Celio deserves a huge thank you for arranging it in spite of his busy teaching schedule at post secondary institutes. The third wave has whacked Toronto into total lockdown … Continue reading

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