The MUG Event Calendar for the Week of January 5: Joe Kissell, iTunes Radio, Travel Apps
As the holidays fall behind us, The MUG Event Calendar kicks back into gear.
Joe Kissell will present digital sharing to an Illinois group, while a Carolina group will listen to iTunes Radio, and a Colorado group will discuss travel apps.
Other topics for the week include iOS 8, iCloud, Libre Office, Yosemite, iTunes University and digital photo improvements.
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The week’s completel listings include:
|Monday||5-Jan||Virginia Macintosh User Group – Hardware Upgrades and System Preferences|
|Tuesday||6-Jan||Danbury Area Computer Society – The Current Outlook and How to Land the Best Job…|
|Fresno Macintosh Users Group – iOS 8 and iCloud and iCloud Drive|
|Seattle Xcoders – NSCoders Night|
|Silicon Mountain Macintosh User Group – Travel Apps|
|appleJAC – "MacOS and iOS tips and tricks"|
|Wednesday||7-Jan||Fox Valley Macintosh Users Group –|
|Yale Macintosh Users’ Group – What’s New in Digital Photography|
|San Diego Macintosh Users Group – TBA|
|Chicago Macintosh Users Group – Joe Kissell on Digital Sharing|
|ApplePickers – More Yosemite|
|Thursday||8-Jan||Upper Keys Macintosh Users Group – iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch Capabilities|
|Seattle Xcoders – Meeting|
|MacPeople – TBA|
|Club Mac of Monterey – Is Club Mac worth saving?|
|Black Canyon Macintosh User Group –|
|Friday||9-Jan||Atlantic City Area Macintosh Users Group – Libre Office|
|Tidewater Macintosh Users Group – iTunes Radio|
|Long Island Macintosh Users Group – Installing Yosemite on an external disk and take a no-risk test drive|
|Saturday||10-Jan||Main Line Macintosh Users Group – iTunes University and New Web Site|
|Southern California Macintosh Owners-Users Group –|
|The Northwest of Us – Improving Your Photos AFTER the Shutter Clicks|
|Redding Macintosh Users Group – TBA|
|National Capital Apple Macintosh Users Group – TBA|