San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
February's meeting will bring you another installment of Bradley's detailed presentation of Mountain Lion, what's hot, what's not. Under the premise that you have a fairly modern Mac that can in fact install OS X 10.8.2 but have been holding off at Mac OS X 10.6.8 based on my suggestions that for most people, upgrading to Lion was not worth the trouble, the current situtation with Apple's updates and some new 3rd-party applications that require at least the discontinued Lion.
Now that we've covered Mountain Lion's System Preferences, and touched on new Finder features, we will continue covering new features in the various included applications. Also how some interact with your iPhone or iPad via your Apple ID and iCloud.
As usual the meeting will begin with the two Q&A sessions (Brad’s in the main room and the MacBasics across the hall). Next will be the announcements followed by the main presentation by Bradley. Our ever-popular raffle will end the general meeting. Then our SIGs will meet until the close of the evening at 10 PM.
For more details & driving directions please visit our website, http://www.LIMac.org/
Your first meeting is FREE. Annual individual membership is $36.00, which covers all immediate members of your family & gives you access to our monthly electronic newsletter and member-only bulletin board and valuable discounts only available to Macintosh User Group members. Membership applications are available at the check-in desk.
GPS Coordinates: N40.813662 W73.606124
Google Maps Link: http://bit.ly/91zx7M
NYIT - Old Westbury Campus
Northern Boulevard & Valentines Lane
Room 308-310 of the Anna Rubin Hall or "300" Building
Old Westbury, NY
When & Where
Long Island Macintosh Users Group (LIMac)
LIMac, Long Island's oldest & largest Macintosh user group is a not-for-profit, volunteer member supported organization whose purpose is to share information about Macintosh computers & other Apple products, such as the iPhone, iPad & iPod, & what one can accomplish with the help of digital technology. LIMac helps members with technical questions, gives honest advice on software & hardware selection & provides a friendly environment where people can learn more about their beloved Macs. Membership includes novices, power users, family users, business users & educators; individuals, hobbyists, professional & corporate users. Our monthly meetings start with a Q&A session, hosted by our multi-talented technical advisor, followed by the main presentation which features guest speakers prominent in the Macintosh community. Then comes our monthly raffle (chock-full of wonderful prizes) & afterwards join in on one of our popular SIG sessions. LIMac holds its general meeting every second Friday of the month in room 308-310 of the Anna Rubin Hall or "300" building at the Old Westbury campus of the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) on Northern Boulevard. Please visit LIMac's website, http://www.LIMac.org/, for directions & details.