Our friends at the MUG Center have updated the site with another round of updates today. The MUG Center is the central clearing house for MUG news around the world, and this weekis update includes links to pics at the Toronto MacExpo, some news from Italy, information on a security-oriented presentation, and much more. From The MUG Center:
Richard Crispin of the Canadian Consortium of Computer User Groups (CCUG) has posted an article and link to pictures of the MacExpo in Toronto held last week. You can find it, along with other articles on regional events and stories, in our Special Reports section.
Roam, in conjunction with Apple Italy, will be holding 4ward, a special event to celebrate the introduction of the new iMac, on February 22 & 23. The event is free, but you do need to register. Details and links are available on The MUG Event Calendar.
SPECIAL MUG EVENT: The Mid-Atlantic MUG Team will present a special event on Thursday, March 7 in Telford PA, "Cybercrime, Unauthorized Duplication, Security Issues And Your Mac." Details are available on The MUG Event Calendar. RSVP Required, so act soon.
SPECIAL OFFERS: Our Vendor Offers For MUGs page has been updated with new offers from:
- Casady & Greene
- Runtime Revolution
These offers are only for MUG members. MUG leaders can obtain the codes to access these offers from their Apple Regional Liaison Team member.
Two additional presentations from User Group University San Francisco 2002 are now available for download, along with other session materials (2/13):
- Youth Appeal: How To Get Young People In Your Group
- How To Make A Small Event Big: A - Z
Coming Up This Week On The MUG Event Calendar
- February 19
- Lehigh Valley Macintosh Users Group - Dave Marra of Apple
- February 20
- Macintosh User Group of Southern New Jersey - Raffle of a Special Addition Lionel Apple Train scale model train.
- February 21
- Appleis Volunteer MUG Teams Chat - World Without Borders
Topic: Moving To MacOS X
- February 22
- 4ward - Roam; Italy
- February 23
- 4ward - Roam; Italy
- Philadelphia Area Computer Society User Group - Dave Marra of Apple
You can get more information and links for all of these items at The MUG Center.