On Sunday, December 16, officers and members of Double Click, the The Mac OS Users Group of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, will be investigating security on some of our favorite products. While Macs are generally more secure, there are things that users can do beyond the default settings to add an extra layer of safety. Start by assessing your current security practices and learn ways to make digital interactions even more safer.
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At their January meeting, the officers and members of the Midlands Macintosh User Group (MMUG) will be looking at the ins and outs of making an iBook with iBook Author. They plan to round out the evening with a look at the pros and cons of current system software upgrades, and there may even be a raffle. As usual, the group will enjoy pizza and refreshments, and the usual relaxed atmosphere that makes this West Midlands, UK, group such a fun club to visit. Be sure to RSVP if you plan on attending.
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If you have been to a SuperMeet, you already know the excitement, information, networking and incredibly-generous raffles, that have made each SuperMeet a can’t-miss event. If you are in film, video, motion graphics, editing or related industries, you need to network and learn at the twelfth annual San Francisco SuperMeet. With displays from an amazing selection of vendors and presentations on industry techniques and requirements, you can join your peers as attendees learn from the best. Better yet, early bird tickets just went on sale.
January 30 at the Robertson Auditorium: Be there.
Thanks to SF Cutters for this great tip!
On December 17, the officers and members of the Silicon Valley Macintosh User Group (SVMUG) will host Dan Woods, president of Karelia Software. Dan’s presentation will focus on Sandvox, Macintosh software that lets users quickly and easily create web sites, even if the users know nothing about HTML. But wait, there’s more: the December meeting will also be a potluck, and guests are welcome.
(Thanks to Pam and her great publicity skills for this great tip.)
Nancy Gravley, president of Capitol Macintosh Users Group (CapMac), recently published an article for The Mac Observer titled Excellent Holiday Gifts for Apple Fans. She regularly offers reviews for The Mac Observer and always has something interesting to say. Need an idea for a holiday gift? Check out Nancy’s take on some fun products.
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Lorene Romero, President of the North Coast Mac Users Group (NCMUG), was recently featured in Agent at Home magazine, in an article titled Cover Focus: Masters of Technology. In the article, Lorene mentions her MacBook, iPhone and iPad, and discusses the ways that she uses technology to stay in touch with her clients, even when she is in another state or another country. While the web-based version of the article does not offer the fun graphics, the hard copy version has a great photo of Lorene with a few of her favorite Apple products.
North Coast Mac Users Group.
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