The MUG Event Calendar for the Week of July 4: Adam Engst, Apple and More
The last day of a three-day holiday weekend in the United States doesn’t slow down the first week of July on The MUG Event Calendar.
Adam Engst will visit an Illinois user group, and Apple will visit a Michigan group to talk about their latest announcements.
Among the home-grown topics on the schedule are presentations about the WWDC announcements, Lion, iOS 5, using the Cloud, backups, AirPlay, iPhoto and more.
Yes, your group’s meeting can easily be listed on The MUG Event Calendar and in our weekly Briefing. Just email the details of your next meeting to The MUG Center and we’ll get it listed. You’re welcome.
The week’s complete listings include:
|Monday||4-Jul||Gold Coast Macintosh User Group (Australia) – Malware update; Comic Life; Heytell; iPad mirroring; Screen Capture using Preview; Lion; EyeFi SD card wifi; Graphic Converter|
|Sydney Macintosh Users Group (Australia) – Discussion of Apple’s latest announcements from WWDC11 – Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud|
|Tuesday||5-Jul||Fresno Macintosh Users Group – iTunes and Tune-Up Media|
|appleJAC – Swap Shop|
|Wednesday||6-Jul||Chicago Macintosh Users Group – Adam Engst of TidBITS and Take Control|
|MacValley Macintosh Users Group – How to prepare for the upheaval that Mac OS “Lion” will bring into our lives”|
|Cape Cod Computer Society – Editing with iPhoto ’11|
|Yale Macintosh Users Group – Moving to the Cloud|
|Lawrence Apple Users’ Group 2.0 -Stump the Experts: Free Apple Tech Support|
|San Diego Macintosh Users Group – TBA|
|Thursday||7-Jul||Silicon Mountain Macintosh User Group – Backups i.e. Time Machine, SuperDuper, Data Backup|
|Bux-Mont Macintosh Users Group – TBA|
|Friday||8-Jul||Cape Cod Computer Society – Editing with iPhoto ’11|
|Saturday||9-Jul||The Northwest of Us – Presentation by Apple|
|AppleCore of Dallas – Let’s AirPlay|
|Transylvania Macintosh Users Group – FOLX; iPhoto Library Manager|
|Main Line Macintosh Users Group – How to Build an App for the iPhone, iPad and the Mac with John Ashmead of Ashmead Software|
|Princeton Macintosh Users Group – Picnic and Pool Party|
|Huntsville Macintosh Users Group – TBA|
|Las Vegas Macintosh Users Group – TBA|