Boston, Massachusetts, has become a hotbed of Mac User Group (MUG) activity, and that’s certainly the case this week with MegaMeeting III coming Wednesday.
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With community groups becoming more active and organized, specialty groups stepping up to international status, and even campus groups in the area coming into their own, it is clear that there is some serious synergy going on in New England, said Chuck Joiner, editor-in-chief of
The MUG Center, the online resource for Mac User Groups (MUGs).
Boston User Groups Inc., (BUG) a regional organization run by volunteers, will be holding MegaMeeting III on Sept. 25 at the Sheraton Tara in Framingham. Speakers and their presentations include: Bob Davis, former CEO of Lycos and Terra Lycos, and currently a venture partner at Highland Capital Partner, who will present “Street Smart Lessons from the Front Lines of Business”; Steve Melanson, president of Northeast Data Vault, who will talk on “The State of Internet Data Centers and Security in the post-9/11 Era.”
There will also be BUG members and sponsors exhibition. Complete details are available on the BUG site.
MUGs are good places for making new friends, finding Mac-loving buddies, boning up your technical expertise, finding solutions to technical problems, and sometimes finding 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 User Group Web page.