The MUG Event Calendar for the Week of January 13: Christopher Breen, a Swap Meet and CES
The MUG Event Calendar is back on full strength this week.
Macworld Senior Editor Christopher Breen will present to a California group, while a Texas group will hold their semi-annual swap meet, and a Pennsylvania group will focus on products from CES.
Other topics on this week’s calendar include iCloud, educational opportunities, Dropbox, and using Final Cut to make movies.
Here’s a New Year’s resolution that you need to keep: Email the details of your next meeting to The MUG Center and get listed and and included in our weekly MUG Center Briefing and on The MUG Event Calendar.
The week’s complete listings include:
|Los Angeles Portable Users Group – CES Review
|London Macintosh Users Group – What Did You Get For Christmas That You Need Help With?
|San Gabriel Valley Macintosh Users Group – Dropbox, Holiday Photo/Movie Follow-up
|Triangle Macintosh Users Group – Swapping, Drawing, and Driving, oh my!
|MacWichita – "Tom’s Tool-Bag", MyWebGrocer
|Seattle Xcoders – NSCoder Night
|Princeton Macintosh Users Group – Apps for organizing, traveling, cooking, productivity, and more
|Ocala Macintosh User Group – Educational Opportunities Using Mac and iPad
|The Apple iClub – Understanding iCloud
|Cowtown Mac Users Group – TBA
|Diablo Valley Macintosh Users Group – Macworld Senior Editor Christopher Breen
|Tucson Macintosh Users Group – Web Journals in the iOS 7 iPhoto App: web-based photo sharing with captions plus image download features; Election of TMUG Officers for 2014; Tech Update; Simutek Update; Ins and Outs of your Apple ID
|Hershey Apple Core – Hot Products from CES and NMX, Travel Apps and New Utilities
|MACtreff Dusseldorf (Germany) – Dashboard und Widgets
|Fort Macintosh Users Group – Annual Party
|Tidewater Macintosh Users Group – Peripherals Forum
|Cleveland Digital Publishing Group – WebSigCleveland.org – Team Collaboration
|Houston Area Apple Users Group – Semi-Annual Swap Meet
|MacGroup-Detroit – TBA
|Double-Click – “Make a Movie on Your Mac: Using Apple’s Final Cut software”