Join the FCPUG Network, including SF Cutters, lafcpug, BOSFCPUG and other FCPUG and digital video user groups around the Globe in San Francisco for the largest gathering of Final Cut Pro and digital content creators and Gurus on the Planet.
This year’s SuperMeet includes SuperMeet Workshops during the day in tandem with the SuperMeet Digital Showcase and SuperMeet extravaganza. With more than 35 vendors, a world-class raffle, expert speakers and more, this is a can’t-miss event held during the week of the Macworld Expo.
Check it out.
(Thanks to SF Cutters for this tip!)
A good user group improves the lives of its members. A great group improves its community as well. For example, when President Lorene Romero sent out a call for donations of warm clothing for the homeless in Sonoma County, the group collected an amazing amount on short notice. One member, Lynn Ashmore, even donated 7 bins of warm sweaters and related items. Mac User Groups can make a difference. Does yours?
Visit North Coast Mac to learn more.
On December 14 Austin’s Capitol Mac (CapMac) will host Bob LeVitus as he delivers his popular “State of the Mac” address. Bob Levitus, better known as “Dr. Mac,” is one of the top-selling authors of Mac and Apple books on the planet. Funny, smart, honest and incredibly down-to-earth, “Dr. Mac” will offer tips, thoughts and guidance. Better yet, the evening will include a blooper reel from his recent, CapMac-sponsored, public service announcements.
User Group Reunion 2011 will feature of door prizes from more than fifty vendors.
Take a look at the growing list of sponsors for this exciting event.
The DC Metro group has had a busy year, with both leaders and members working on a Hollywood feature film and other projects. During GVExpo 2010, they will be holding a special event, with an incredible raffle. Final Cut Pro groups are known for their world-famous raffles, so what makes this one special? The raffle includes $10,000 (US) in vendor provided equipment, services and software. Add in good food, great networking and special guests, and this will be a fun time for all.
Congrats to DCFCPUG for a very successful year.
Thanks to DCFCPUG Leader Rodney Mitchell for these great tips!)
On October 2, 2010, North Coast Mac Users Group hosted their 17th Mac Computer Expo. With an all-star list of presenters, over 30 top-drawer sponsors, a raffle that included an iPad basket bundle, over a thousand attendees and free electronic equipment recycling as a public service, there was something for everyone.
Congrats to President (and past Apple User Group Advisory Board Vendor Queen) Lorene Romero, Vice-President Ronnie Roche, Treasurer Stephen Henry, Membership Secretary Joan O’Brien, officers and members of NCMUG for another stellar event.
Want to see what you missed?
Visit the North Coast Mac Users Group to learn more.
On December 7, the members of the Internet Macintosh User Group (iMug) of Australia will host an unusual meeting, featuring speaker Tim Hart, Director of Information, Multimedia and Technology at Museum Victoria, and artists Lucas de Jong, opera singer and Musical Director for the Melbourne Welsh Male Choir, and Colin MacLeod, Scottish violinist. After the meeting, the group will adjourn for dinner at the Garden View. Learn about augmented reality applications, hear about 3D display techniques, enjoy the music and expand your imagination: iMug offers it all.
(Congratulations to President Les Posen and members of iMug.)
On November 3 the Chicago Apple User Group will host a presentation by Bob Levitus, better known as “Dr. Mac,” one of the top-selling authors of Mac and Apple books on the planet. Funny, smart, honest and incredibly down-to-earth, “Dr. Mac” will offer his thoughts and guidance courtesy of the dues-paying members of the Chicago Apple User Group. Better yet, the event is free and open to the public.
Check it out!
Randy Singer of the MacAttorney user group has updated his popular web site for users who want to know what to do for routine OSX maintenance. With over 1 million (yep, over a million) visits, he must be doing something pretty great.
Macintosh OS X Routine Maintenance
At the 400th meeting of the Apple Corps of Dallas a founding member, Ray Thompson, presented a wonderful look at 33 years of computing. From early punch cards to being one of 12 who founded the Apple Corps to the present day, this is one of the best retrospectives we have seen and one that Apple User Group members will remember long after viewing the presentation. What are you waiting for? Visit and view today!
Dallas Apple Corps Today: