Hey Andy, one way around not having a secondary camera for show-and-tell (and who has such a thing anyway) is to photograph what you want earlier, then share it on Zoom. You can share desktop or share app (which would be your photo app). Generally, the host has this power and can share this. There is a way to default it to allow anyone to share (which is where you trust someone's not going to bust into your share with his/her share) and there's a setting to do that.
We can also share to our Honolulu Fountain Pen Club Facebook page, but we should put that up for a vote. That might mean wearing a newer shirt for some (like me).
Anyway, let me know. I can host on my Zoom account if you want since I don't use it much. (We use GoToMeeting at work.)
See you soon,
Suits me. I have several vintage new additions, nothing new-new. One variety-pack of inks in various colors that I got with one of the vintage pen sets. Will not need more ink until I paint the barn, if then.
On Sat, Dec 12, 2020, at 8:20 AM, Robert Skillman wrote:
Dec 19 is good for me.
> On 11 Dec 2020, at 8:06 PM, Walter Ikehara <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I think tomorrow is too soon, but 12/19 sounds good. Our last meeting was at 12 pm HST, which was kinda halfway between Japan time and Texas time. Count me in.
> I have a couple of new pens and new ink. I know Doug has some new ink. 🙂
>> On Dec 11, 2020, at 5:46 PM, James A Stroble <email@example.com> wrote:
>> When should we have our next virtual meeting? I have not got my
>> auxiliary camera set up, as Doug suggested, but then, I have not much
>> to show, other than some really local wood off the hill above my
>> Saturday, tomorrow is too soon? So 12/19? I await a consensus.
> "The only reason for time is so that everything doesn't happen at once." Albert Einstein