The MUG Event Calendar for the Week of February 4: Christopher Breen, Ben Waldie, Gary Rosenzweig, Prosoft Engineering and Other World Computing
The MUG Event Calendar is back in full swing this week, with lots of interesting meetings and guest speakers.
While so many recover from Macworld/iWorld 2013, two different California groups will enjoy presentations from Prosoft Engineering. Another California group is having a workshop with Macworld Senior Editor Christopher Breen and yet another California group will talk to Gary Rosenzweig of MacMost. A Pennsylvania group will hear from Ben Waldie, and David Schachtner of Other World Computing will talk to a Michigan group.
Other topics set for this very busy include the obvious Macworld/iWorld reviews, Apple TV, iTunes, computers and childhood development, new Mac and iPad user tips, LogMeIn, and more.
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The week’s complete listings include:
|Monday||4-Feb||Gold Coast Macintosh User Group (Australia) – iTunes Close Up; Photo Online Options; What Works For You, Mac Essentials|
|Sydney Macintosh Users Group (Australia) – Back to basics, Using Numbers on your iPad, iPhone or your Mac|
|Virginia Macintosh Users Group – Apple TV|
|Sydney Macintosh Users Group (Australia) – TBA|
|Tuesday||5-Feb||Fresno Macintosh Users Group – Prosoft Engineering on Disc Recovery and Backing Up Your Precious Goodies|
|appleJAC – Macworld/iWorld 2013 Highlights|
|South West Michigan Mac Users Group – Back to basics, Using Numbers on your iPad, iPhone or your Mac|
|Wednesday||6-Feb||San Diego Macintosh Users Group – Prosoft Engineering Demonstroages Drive Genius, Data Backup 3, Data Rescue 3, SoundBunny and Klix|
|MacValley Macintosh Users Group – Macworld | iWorld Report|
|Fox Valley Macintosh Users Group – AppleTV/Home Share/AirPlay|
|Lawrence Apple Users’ Group 2.0 – Annual Meeting and Chili Fest|
|Alaskan Apple Users Group – Learn about Computers and Early Childhood Development with UAA Professor Wei-Ying Hsiao|
|ClubMac (Ireland) – Technical Q&A; What’s New In The World of Apple|
|Yale Macintosh Users Group – Should You Buy A Used Mac?|
|Chicago Macintosh Users Group – How Design Affects Output|
|Thursday||7-Feb||Silicon Mountain Macintosh User Group – 10.8 Finder|
|BuxMont Macintosh Users Group – TBA|
|Friday||8-Feb||Capitol Macintosh – Tips and Tricks for New and Seasoned iPhone, iPad, and Mac Users|
|Long Island Macintosh Users Group – Mountain Lion: What’s Hot, What’s Not (Continued) – Applications and iOS Links|
|Saturday||9-Feb||Diablo Valley Macintosh Users Group – Winter Workshop with Macworld Senior Editor Christopher Breen|
|The Northwest of Us – David Schachtner of Other World Computing – Next Generation High Speed Connectivity: Thunderbolt, USB 3 eSATA|
|Main Line Macintosh Users Group – Ben Waldie – Mac User Productivity Tips – Part 2|
|Southern California Macintosh Owners-Users Group – Gary Rosenzweig of Macmost|
|National Capital Apple Macintosh Users Group – LogMeIn|
|Bay Area Macintosh Users Group – TBA|