The officers and members of AppleUser of Taipei, Taiwan, will hold a special meeting on September 16, 2013, titled 8/16 Youth: PC to Mac in the Youth Cafe on Pate Road, Taipei. Registration is free and limited to the first 30 applicants. You must preregister to attend. Topics will include: Apple’s ease of use, conversion solutions if people are transitioning from a PC, Mac data storage and classification, Time Machine automatic backup and running Windows on your Mac.
Nancy Gravley, president of the Capitol Macintosh Users Group (CapMac), recently published an article for The Mac Observer titled Using Siri to Send and Reply To Emails on iPhone and iPad.
Nancy’s Computing with Bifocals column always has something worth reading. Check out Nancy’s thoughts on finding files, rebuilding your in box, moving your dock, using Siri and more.
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On August 15 the officers and members of the Fort Mac User Group in Fort Collins, Colorado, will host a presentation on Automator. Interested in automating computer actions without writing any scripts, routines or computer code? Fort Mac is the place to be.
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(Thanks to Apple User Group Ambassador and Fort Mac Webmaster Robert Poland for this tip.)
On August 22 the Boston Creative Pro User Group (BOSCPUG) will host a a great night of networking, engaging screenings & conversation. Editor Zack Arnold of Burn Notice on the USA Network will discuss film editing and Philip Hodgetts will talk about Lumberjack.
But wait, there’s more: Ben Consoli, Director and owner of BC Media Productions & Final Cut Pro X power user, will demonstrate an entire FCPX Multi-Cam workflow. Of course, every BOSCPUG event features an impressive raffle and there is usually an industry-sponsored reception where Boston’s best can meet and mingle.
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The officers and members of AppleUser of Taipei, Taiwan, enjoyed a special event on August 9, when Wacom products were featured in a presentation and educational session. Presented by a professional designer who is a master in using a Wacom tablet as his preferred media, the group learned new techniques, enjoyed a day together, had a fun raffle and everyone received a discount on Wacom products by attending.
The members and officers of the London Mac User Group are looking forward to a special summer party in August. What could be better than a picnic in the park with good food, good friends and new friends to meet? A bit of tech makes any party better.
On August 31, the group will meet up in Green Park for a Summer Party and Photo Walk. Why? The group says that a photo walk will help folk get out doors more, offer a new hobby or improve an old one, offer a chance to see some of London’s best photo locations and, best of all, have fun. The group notes that there may even be a special guest or two. What’s not to love?
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This month’s Milestones includes three groups who first met in 1979 – 34 years of fun, family and tech. Happy anniversary to a worldwide list of some of our oldest groups. Want to see your group listed? Send an email with date and year to firstname.lastname@example.org.