The MUG Event Calendar for the Week of January 17: Philip Goward of Smile; Joe Kissell, John Yi of FaceBook and More
The last week before Macworld 2011 is a busy one on The MUG Event Calendar.
Philip Goward of Smile will visit a California group to demonstrate TextExpander, Joe Kissell will make a virtual visit to an Ohio Group to discuss Apple’s MobileMe, and John Yi of Facebook will make a personal appearance at another California group.
Other topics in this week’s listings include Snow Leopard, the Mac App Store, passwords, social networking, genealogy, iMovie ’11 and more.
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The week’s complete listing include:
|Monday||17-Jan||Silicon Valley Macintosh User Group – Philip Goward of Smile will demo TextExpander|
|Tuesday||18-Jan||Diablo Valley Macintosh Users Group – John Yi of Facebook|
|North Coast Mac Users Group – Ronnie Roche presents “The Power of Snow Leopard”|
|Apple Pie – Mac OS X Utilities Continued|
|Macintosh Meeting and Drinking Society – Mac App Store, Favorite Apps; MacBook Air|
|Maine Macintosh Owners & Operators Society – “Usernames, Passwords, and Other Things You Forget”|
|Arizona Macintosh Users Group – The iPad|
|Macintosh Users Group of Delaware – TBA|
|MacNexus – TBA|
|Grand Rapids Area Macintosh Users Group – TBA|
|Wednesday||19-Jan||Hawaii MacNuts – The Mac App Store|
|South West Florida Apple Computer Knowledgeable Society – 1Password|
|Tucson Macintosh Users Group – Email QYA Part 3; Quick MacTips; Annual Election|
|Los Angeles Final Cut Pro Users Group – Academy Award nominated editor Matt Chesse. Matt has edited such films as Monsters Ball, Finding Neverland, Quantum of Solace as well as many others and just wrapped â€œWarriorâ€ starring Tom Hardy. Matt will take an action sequence from Quantum of Solace and break it down and talk the decision-making process.
Editor Misha Tenenbaum just got back from Bulgaria where he was working on the film, â€œSofiaâ€ and will give a presentation on â€œhow to rough cut a scene.â€
Itâ€™s not enough to just be talented. Editor Lawrence (Larry) Jordan will give us some tips from his soon to be published book tentatively titled: â€œIf Iâ€™m So Good at What I Do, Why Does Business Suck?: Not Just Surviving But Thriving as a Creative Professional in the New Economy.â€
|Upstate Apple Users Group – TBA|
|Lancaster County Apple Corps – TBA|
|Plano Macintosh User Group – TBA|
|Thursday||20-Jan||Tidewater Area Macintosh Users Group – Loading Music CDs and Audio Books to Your Mac|
|Syracuse Macintosh Users Group – Social Networking|
|Fort Collins Mac User Group – Pizza Party; Talk on password security|
|Black Butte Macintosh Users Group – Spaces and Expose|
|Santa Barbara Macintosh Users Group – A photographer buids a retrievable database of source images|
|Tri-Valley Macintosh Users Group – Mac Tips|
|Friday||21-Jan||Northeast Ohio Apple Core – Joe Kissell Discusses MobileMe|
|Saturday||22-Jan||Annapolis Apple Slice – Genealogy|
|Washington Apple Pi – iMovie ’11|
|Internet Macintosh Users Group (Australia) – TBA|
|Huntsville Macintosh Users Group – TBA|