Euan WilliamsI enjoy Brian Tapper's Sunday morning happy-times (See the weekly "Green" eMails from Mick, and now Barry Guyer). Maybe it's Claris the Croc lurking on the back of his sofa, or the good humour and eclectic content.
How our AUG-Wessex community recovers from the Covid setbacks and what mix of local face-to-face meetings and distant zoom encounters may work is important, and we ought to discuss it.
Stanford University News has published this about countering Zoom fatigue. Will members want to drive to distant meetings as often as 'before covid'? How are we to attract potential members who may find computers problematic and video-conferencing frankly intimidating?
Dorset Libraries used to keep a list of current clubs and societies for different interest groups which Mark Ford registered us with to good effect in Dorchester, but it seems not to have made it to their web presence; news anyone?
Local face to face meetings, welcoming old and new friends with a human face, are something that no amount of Zooming can realistically replace: suggestions "on a postcard please" ?