The MUG Event Calendar for the Week of September 3, 2012 – Aaron Davis of Apple, Gordon Bell of Prosoft Engineering and More
Summer vacation is over for many Mac User Groups, and The MUG Event Calendar starts to show it this week.
Aaron Davis of Apple will show off Mountain Lion to a Washington D.C. group, and Gordon Bell of Prosoft Engineering will visit two Illinois groups.
Cloud computing will be discussed in New Zealand, Siri in Australia, and Mountain Lion in three different California groups. Security is the topic in Texas, iOS control will be covered in Kansas, and workflows will take the top slot in Colorado.
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:
|Monday||3-Sep||Wellington Macintosh Users Group (New Zealand) – Cloud Computing – The whys and wherefores|
|Gold Coast Macintosh User Group (Australia) – Siri across more devices; More Mountain Lion Information; What works for you: Email tips and tricks; Digital work flows…from camera to web/DVD|
|Sydney Macintosh Users Group (Australia) – TBA|
|Tuesday||4-Sep||Fresno Macintosh Users Group – iOS Special Event! Bring Your iPads and iPhones|
|appleJAC – Mountain Lion; Capturing and Keeping|
|Wednesday||5-Sep||Chicago Macintosh Users Group – Gordon Bell of Prosoft Engineering|
|Lawrence Apple Users’ Group 2.0 – Central Control of Your iOS Devices|
|Fox Valley Macintosh Users Group – Web Browsers|
|Yale Macintosh Users Group -Back to School: Welcome Yale Students|
|San Diego Macintosh Users Group – Mountain Lion: Everything You Need to Know|
|MacValley Macintosh Users Group – Getting Started with Twitter|
|Thursday||6-Sep||Silicon Mountain Macintosh User Group – Workflow and 10.8|
|Saturday||8-Sep||National Capital Apple Macintosh Users Group – Aaron Davis of Apple|
|The Northwest of Us – Gordon Bell of Prosoft Engineering|
|AppleCore of Dallas – Security and OS X|
|Southern California Macintosh Owners-Users Group – OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion|