The MUG Event Calendar for the Week of November 29: Andy Ihnatko, Bob Boldt of Other World Computing, Eric Paquin of Microsoft, Nova Development and More
The MUG Event Calendar comes back to life after a slow holiday week in the United States with several important presenters and some great topics.
Andy Ihnatko of The Chicago Sun-Times and MacNotables will visit a university group, Apple Senior Systems Engineer Dave Marra will visit a different educational group. Bob Bolt of Other World Computing will present to an Illinois group, Eric Paquin of Microsoft will show off the new version of Office to a group in Ireland, and the folks from Nova Development will show off their latest to a California group.
Other topics on the agenda for the week include the iPad, iTunes, holiday parties, and a digital film festival.
Want to see your group’s meeting listed on The MUG Event Calendar and in our weekly Briefing? Email the details of your next meeting to The MUG Center and we’ll get it listed. We want to hear from you.This week’s complete listing includes:
|North Coast Mac User Group (Ohio) – TBA
|Macintosh Business Users Society of Greater Philadelphia – Holiday Party – Round Robin
|Yale Macintosh Users Group – Andy Ihnatko of The Chicago Sun-Times and MacNotables
|MacValley Macintosh Users Group – Nova Development presents Hallmark Studio for Macintosh
|ClubMac (Ireland) – Eric Paquin of Microsoft presents Office for Mac 2011
|Chicago Macintosh Users Group – Bob Boldt of Other World Computing
|Fox Valley Macintosh Users Group – iTunes
|Alaskan Apple Users Group – “How to achieve a wide range of great photos using just one lens and sometimes a little help from photoshop”
|San Diego Macintosh Users Group – Making Labels in Address Book; a demo of Skitch; screensharing with iChat; iTunes and iPhoto tips and Holiday Raffle
|Cape Cod Computer Society – Holiday Gift Ideas and Social
|Lawrence Apple Users’ Group 2.0 – Annual Apple Holiday Buying Guide
|Holland Patent Mac User’s Group – Apple Senior Systems Engineer Dave Marra
|Silicon Mountain Macintosh User Group – iPad Revisited
|Bux-Mont Macintosh Users Group – TBA
|AUSOM (Australia) – Digital Film Festival