The audio series featuring interviews with people making news in the Macintosh User Group community.
Boston College iMovieFest, Tom Negrino, Northern Ireland Macintosh User Group, Final Cut Pro User Groups and iCal

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The User Group Report covers a wide variety of Macintosh User Group news, events, history and more in this edition:

Ken Bereski of The Boston College Macintosh Users Group discusses his group's upcoming iMovieFest. The event has grown and evolved since it was first held on the their campus last year. Find out how it has promoted "switching," generated enthusiasm and will help bring the student population closer together.
Tom Negrino, Contributing Editor of Macworld magazine and author of Microsoft Office v. X for Mac Inside Out and JavaScript for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide talks about why he enjoys both presenting to and attending MUG meetings, his past as a user group president, and his top 3 (ok, 4) tips for MUG leaders.
Matt Johnson of the Northern Ireland Macintosh User Group profiles his group, outlines some of the challenges of being a Mac user in a country with no authorized Mac dealers, and covers his group's fund-raising project to raise money for a new G4 for a local cancer organization.
Dan Berube of the Boston Final Cut Pro User Group makes his first appearance as our correspondent to the Final Cut Pro User Group Network. Dan talks about what the FCP User Group Network is, where they are, why they are just a little bit different than the average MUG, and why you should stop at the Final Cut Pro User Group Theater at Macworld Expo.
Patrick Crowley of tells us what his site is all about, what it offers, how it is growing, and how Macintosh User Groups are using it to help promote themselves to the larger MUG community (to the point he may add a special section just for MUGs.)


All Materials copyright 2002 Chuck Joiner/The MUG Center.