The MUG Event Calendar for the Week of January 30: Nik Software, Macworld | iWorld 2012 Reviews, Learning with iPads and More
As so many recover from a terrific week at Macworld 2012, The MUG Event Calendar heads in to March with lots of interesting material.
Nik Software’s Kevin La Rue will present their plug-ins and iOS app to a California group, while backing up will be the agenda in Australia, drive failure warning signs will be discussed in Ireland, and favorite apps and tips is scheduled to be presented in Alaska.
Other topics set for this week include rumors, iTunes, the art of communication, learning with iPads and much more. And, of course, everyone will be talking about what was shown at Macworld 2012.
Yes, your group’s meetings could appear 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. We want to hear from you.The week’s complete listings include:
|Wellington Macintosh Users Group (New Zealand) – Backing up your precious data
|North Coast Mac User Group (Ohio) – Genealogy
|San Diego Macintosh Users Group – Nik Software’s Kevin La Rue and Pro Photographer Tony Corbell Demo their Plug-Ins and Software
|MacValley Macintosh Users Group – Macworld | iWorld Review; “Cleaning House for 2012 – Five tips for getting your Mac to run smoothly”
|ClubMac (Ireland) -Getting the bets out of your Mac, and the warnings signs to look out for when you suspect drive failure.
|Cape Cod Computer Society – Rumors, Rumors, Rumors
|Fox Valley Macintosh Users Group – iTunes
|Alaskan Apple Users Group – Favorite iOS Apps and Favorite Tips & Tricks in Snow Leopard or Lion
|Chicago Macintosh Users Group – Michel SÃ©gard on Color and the Art of Communication
|Yale Macintosh Users Group – Digital Photography Update
|Lawrence Apple Users’ Group 2.0 – Popcorn and a Movie
|Silicon Mountain Macintosh User Group – Learning by Using iPads in the Classroom, in the Home, and for Special Needs
|Bux-Mont Macintosh Users Group – TBA
|AUSOM (Australia) – Lessons from Mac Training Sessions