March opens with a full “MUG Event Calendar” for the week.
Macworld 2010 is still making waves at more than one Mac User Group, Alan Oppenheimer will visit a California group to talk about security, a Final Cut Pro User Group will celebrate three years together in Louisiana, while an Australian group will celebrate 30 years of Australian Macworld with Anthony Caruana. Other topics on this week’s agenda include home theater, iPhoto, backup, the Mac mini as media center, iDisk, troubleshooting network connections, and more.
“The MUG Event Calendar” can be found at The MUG Center (http://www.mugcenter.com),, an online resource for Mac User Groups, Mac User Groups are starting to officially celebrate the holiday season.
MUGs are good places for making new friends in the Mac community, imProving your computing skills, finding solutions to technical Problems, and perhaps locating a good deal on used hardware. For more info on MUGs, and to find the location of the one nearest you, go to Apple’s MUG page (http://www.apple.com/usergroups/).