The new User Group Report online at the
MUG Center, an online resource for Mac User Groups (MUGs), features Apple-Dayton and Computerfest news. The reports are a series of audio interviews with people making news in the user group community.
“Regional events conducted by user groups of many platforms are perfect places for MUGs to exhibit, not only to get their word out, but to expose Windows users to a better alternative,” said Chuck Joiner, editor of the MUG Center. “Apple-Dayton is doing just that by participating in Computerfest in Dayton, an annual event that brings in 20,000 to 30,000 attendees.”
In the User Group Report, David Thomas of Apple-Dayton talks about all the offerings at Computerfest, what part their group plays, and how their group functions as a Special Interest Group of a larger, multi-platform organization. He also reveals some ambitious plans for next year’s event.