On November 19th the officers and members of the Apple Core of Siouxland will host their annual Apple Products Review and Christmas Party Potluck. Members bring in their own new Apple products for hands-on and demonstration, followed by a community potluck. Interestingly, along with their annual Apple Product Review, the group has instituted iPad nights to share ideas and tips.
Apple Core of Siouxland, with meeting attendees from South Dakota, Iowa, Minnesota and Nebraska.
(Thanks to Apple User Group Ambassador Joe Colby for this tip!)
In the fall of 1987, Yuan Ho and Seth Schneider met in a local Palo Alto, CA, Apple Computer dealer store, starting with shared interests in Macintosh computers, international topics and translation, and later obtaining sponsorship from Standford University to start the Stanford Macintosh User Group International Special Interest Group.
Over time members changed and the group’s name changed too, but the group’s international focus stayed the same. A love of Apple products stayed the same as well. This month’s meeting, on October 17 at the Google campus, is titled Cloud-based Translation Management Systems for Start-Up LSPs and Freelancer Groups, showing both their tradition of attention to current technologies and their reliance on the group’s roots. Congrats to the International Multilingual User Group (IMUG) for 26 years of computing!
Check them out.
Visit their archives, showing a bit of the group’s past.
From Friday, October 25, through Sunday, October 27, the officers and members of the Atlanta Cutters Post Production User Group will host their first Southeast Creative Summit. The group is looking to fill an interesting need: while many user groups focus on the software and hardware that makes digital interactions fascinating and sometimes profitable, an equally important focus is on the how-to instructions that can make a difference between an office filled with impressive products and an office that produces amazing work across applications using those products.
Sessions will include Color Grading, 4k, VFX, Sound, Business, Photography, Music, Producing, Film making, Aerial Photography, Audio Post, High Frame Rate Acquisition, Social Media and more. Better yet, the presenter list is amazing.
Attend and Learn.
Visit the Atlanta Cutters Post Production User Group.
(Thanks to Claudia Crask and the SF Cutters group for this great tip!)
Terry White, founder and president of MacGroup-Detroit, long-time Macworld presenter, columnist, author, photographer, Adobe Worldwide Design Evangelist, Podcaster and more, will be speaking at the LA Web Professionals Group on October 30th in the heart of Hollywood. The title of his presentation is Photoshop Tricks & Techniques Deep Dive, so you can be sure that this is going to be a great evening.
On October 19th 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!
Looking for fun in December too? Doug Smith, Apple User Group Regional Liaison and Macworld User Group team member, presents on December 14: his preso will be the perfect preparation for folk with last-minute holiday shopping tasks.
On November 9, members from the Saginaw Michigan Users Group (SMUG) and Mac-in-Awe MUG (MIAMUG), and guests, will once again gather for fun, learning and sharing. MacCamp is all about “hands-on” learning and the two groups alternate MacCamp locations, with November’s MacCamp being held in Midland. Bring your own laptop or gather round the many that are in use. Ask questions and get answers or help. Be there to join in the fun.
Saginaw Macintosh Users Group