The MUG Event Calendar for the Week of February 15: Prosoft Engineering, iCloud and Apple TV

The MUG Event Calendar

This week’s MUG Event Calendar is highlighted by a visit by Prosoft Engineering to a California group, a discussion of iCloud at a Wisconsin group, and the new Apple TV at a Michigan group.

Other topics for the week include Macs on Windows Networks, art apps, hardware upgrades, Photoshop CC and more.

Why yes, your group’s events could appear on The MUG Event Calendar if you make a little effort. Put a note on your schedule for the first of the month and email the details of your next meeting to The MUG Center.

The week’s complete listings include:

Monday 15-Feb Rossmore Macintosh Users Group – TBA
Tuesday 16-Feb Seattle Xcoders – NSCoder night
Macintosh Meeting and Drinking Society – Photos, Apple’s App for iOS and Macintosh
Apple Pie User Group of Southeast Michigan – The New Apple TV
MacNexus – Favorite Mac OS X and iOS Apps
Keystone MacCentral – Art Apps Monodraw and Dreamscope
Wednesday 17-Feb Diablo Valley Macintosh Users GroupProsoft Engineering
Central Oregon Macintosh Users Group – TBA
MACtreff Dusseldorf (Germany) – Der MAC im Windows-Netzwerk
Tuscon Macintosh Users Group – Utilities You Should Own; SMART Utility to Check Your Disks; All About Podcasts
Maui Apple Users Society – Backing Up; Maintenance; Hardware Upgrades
Sarasota Macintosh Users Group – TBA
Eugene Macintosh Users Group
Lancaster Couty Apple Corps – Photos (Mac and iOS)
Thursday 18-Feb Tidewater Macintosh Users Group – TarMac MeetUp
Chico Apple User Group
Boston Creative Pro User Group – Screening and Q&A with Writer/Director Patrick Read Johnson
Fort Mac User Group – TBA
Friday 19-Feb
Saturday 20-Feb Annapolis Apple Slice – Photoshop CC and Camera RAW
MacTechnics – TBA
Houston Area Apple Users Group – TBA
Macs @ PACS – TBA
Prescott Macintosh User Group – TBA
Sunday 21-Feb Double Click – More About iCloud
MacGroup-Detroit – OS X El Capitan

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