On November 9, officers and members of the Creative Pro User Group Network (CPUG) will host the third annual CPUG Boston SuperMeetUp, held at the Revere Hotel Boston Common. Mingle, network, share industry news, enjoy a cash bar and snacks, and party with industry peers while learning latest trends in collaborative editing workflows. Come for the presentations; stay for the world-class raffle.
Learn about the Boston Creative Pro User Group.
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Sf Cutters, known for their service to Apple ProApps users and digital editors in the San Francisco Bay Area and worldwide since 2000, are hosting an extraordinary meeting on October 25. Featuring Maureen Gosling, filmmaker and sound and picture editor, FilmLight’s Peter Postma demoing Baselight, a color tool for FCP7 and AVID, Adobe’s Erik Espera offering Premiere Pro tips, Mark Spencer discussing Motion 5 and Rippletraining’s “Callouts,” Dan Montgomery demoing the latest from Imagine Products and more, this is one meeting that the community of creatives should not miss. As SF Cutters reminds members: Seek out, learn from and interact with experienced filmmakers. This meeting provides an opportunity to seek, learn and interact with the best.
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(Thanks to Ambassador Claudia Crask for this great tip!)
Randy Singer, leader of the 9.000+ member strong MacAttorney User Group, co-author of multiple editions of the well-loved Macintosh Bible, author of the ABA’s The Macintosh Software Guide for the Law Office, writer of the MacAttorney Newsletter, and popular presenter, recently posted a document offering RBB troubleshooting tips. Having RBB problems? Check out his guide.
For their November meeting, the officers and members of the Chicago Apple User Group will host Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus, a user group favorite, author of more than 60 computer books, columnist for the Houston Chronicle, product reviewer for The Mac Observer and three-time Macworld Expo MacJeopardy World Championship winner. Newbies love his presentations because he can take a complicated subject and make it understandable and entertaining. Techies love his presentations for the humor and depth he brings to each topic.
Attend and find out why Bob’s presos always bring a smile.
(Thanks to President Russ Conte for this great tip!)
On October 16, officers and members of the North Coast Mac Users Group (NCMUG) will host Christian Pickman, Production Manager of Micromat, who will be showing TechTool Pro 6 which is, of course, Mountain Lion compatible. Also, he will be demonstrating a soon-to-be released product and will talk about general Macintosh maintenance.
Attend for a look at the future and learn some tips for the present.
The User Group Locator has been updated with new, easy to use, features. In the past, many groups found it hard to remember a seldom-used Locator password and found it harder to leave sole responsibility for updates to a single person.
Now, each group can now update its records by entering the email address originally used to register the group. The system then returns a link for database access. For groups who have changed their primary email accounts, the system permits the update in the form of a new record.
Better yet, the new forms are shorter and ask for less information. All changes are reviewed by the Apple User Group Advisory Board Locator team and changes appear publicly approximately one month after the group has updated the information.
Is your group’s information current?
On October 20 members and officers of the Houston Area Apple Users Group (HAAUG) will host MacWorld senior editor Chris Breen, at the Bellaire Civic Center. In addition to his MacWorld work, Breen is the author of The iPhone Pocket Guide, 6th edition and a popular instructor for Lynda.com. User groups worldwide appreciate his Mac 911 columns and MacWorld podcasts, and Macworld Expo attendees enjoy his musical talents as well. Looking for Apple insights? This is one meeting you won’t want to miss!