Wednesday at Macworld Expo: Adobe Breakfast, Lots of MacNotables in the User Group Lounge, The FCPUG SuperMeet, MUG Booth v2 and an Important Town Hall Meeting
The busiest day for Mac User Group events at Macworld Expo starts early and ends late today, with something for everyone.
If you registered for the Adobe User Group & Professional Association Breakfast, you’ll need to get up early. If you didn’t, you’ll need to get up earlier to get on the Wait List to have a shot at getting in.
At the show, be sure to stop by the User Group Lounge for a does of MacNotable appearances. Scheduled to appear today are Bob LeVitus and Christopher Breen. Chuck Joiner and Nancy Carroll Gravley will deliver presentations on making your Mac User Group a better place, authors and Mac Experts Tom Negrino and Dori Smith will share their expertise, and Deb Shadovitz will talk about being a better presenter.
The Mac User Group Booth will host the Diablo Valley Macintosh Users Group and a second appearance by the North Coast Mac Users Group.
One of the most important sessions of the week will also be held this afternoon at 5 PM in Room 102 of Moscone South. Paul Kent will host a special Town Hall meeting on the future of Macworld Conference & Expo, and all attendees are invited to come and get involved. If you find any value to Macworld Expo, you need to attend this meeting.
Wrapping up the day is the 8th Annual Final Cut Pro User Group SuperMeet. This event always sells out, but you might be able to sneak under the wire if you get there really early.
Get all the information on this year’s Mac User Group events and activities on our Macworld Conference & Expo 2009: User Group Events page.