The MUG Event Calendar for the Week of January 23: Shelly Brisbin, iCloud Drive, ‘Arrival’, and Podcasts
This week’s MUG Event Calendar features an appearance by author Shelly Brisbin at an Ohio group, a demystification of iCloud at a Florida group, a special screening of ‘Arrival’ at a Massachusetts creative pro group and a discussion of podcasts at a California group.
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The week’s complete listings include:
|Monday||23-Jan||Silicon Valley Macintosh Users Group – All About Podcasts|
|Tuesday||24-Jan||Seattle Xcoders – NSCoders Night|
|Upstate Apple Users Group – TBA|
|Internet Macintosh Users Group (Australia) – TBA|
|Wednesday||25-Jan||Sarasota Macintosh User Group – TBA|
|Suffolk Mac User Group (U.K.) – Adobe Spark; iCloud|
|Los Angeles Creative Pro Users Group– Terrence Curren from Alpha Dogs Post, who will present ” Switching from Mac to PC.” How to do it, if you want/need to do it.
We also welcome back Misha Tennenbaum of EditStock who will present “Finding (and Cutting) A Great Short Film.”
Also we welcome back after a long long time Christine Steele, who will show and tell all about her new Documentary Take Me Home Huey.
|Sarasota/Manatee Macintosh User Group – TBA|
|Connecticut Mac Connection – TBA|
|Macintosh Users East (Canada) – Dropbox|
|Oceanside Macintosh User Group – TBA|
|Gold Coast Mac (Florida) – “iCloud Drive – Demystified”; iOS and iPhone Tips; The Line Up of Apple Laptops|
|The Villages Apple User Group – TBA|
|Thursday||26-Jan||Cleveland Digital Publishing Users Group – Using the County Library’s Digital Resources|
|Boston Creative Pro user Group – ‘Arrival’ Special Screening & Post Chat with Director Aaron Ryder|
|Friday||27-Jan||Citrus Macintosh Users Group – TBA|
|Saturday||28-Jan||Washington Apple PI – Parallel universes with Parallels|
|Northeast Ohio Apple User Group – Shelly Brisbin and Mac Basics: Calendar|