OK….so what apps do I need?








Admit it.  You crave them.  If you say you don’t, you’re lying.
If you don’t know what one is, there’s an app to help you find out.

Many of you may have gotten brand new “iToys” from iSanta recently.
Thanks to smart phones, we are digitally connected to our world 25 hours a day, 8 days a week.
But being connected doesn’t always mean you are productive.

It doesn’t matter whether you own an Apple computer or a PC, an iPad or a lily pad, an iPhone or a megaphone, you can’t escape apps.
But which ones should you buy, and which free ones will help you run your business and increase your efficiency?

During January’s meeting of the Greater Rochester Professional Photographers (GRPP), we will be joined by a business representative from the Apple Store, who will share with us the best apps for both photography and for running a business.  And no, I don’t think Angry Birds is on the list.

This month’s meeting will also include the installation of the new GRPP Officers for 2012.

Note:  This month’s meeting location is at the ONE Nightclub, located at 1 Ryan’s Alley.  We decided back in October to look at several places to have our meetings at in 2012.  We will gather your opinions after January’s meeting, and decide on a permanent location for the rest of 2012’s meetings.


Date:  Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Location:  ONE Restaurant and Lounge, 1 Ryan Alley, Rochester, NY.
It is  a stone’s throw from the intersection of East Avenue and Alexander Street, near the Genesee Valley Club and the former Milestones restaurant.
Free parking is adjacent to the restaurant.

Time:  Social hour begins at 6:00.
Announcements at 7:00, and the main presentation will begin shortly after.

The meeting is free for members of PPSNYS/GRPP.  The fee for non-members is $30.

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