Three well-known names in the Mac community — David Pogue, Bob LeVitus, and Steve Wozniak — will be speaking at upcoming user group events this month.
David Pogue, author and New York Times technology columnist, will be appearing at the New York Personal Computer User Group today. Open to the public, the meeting is co-sponsored by the New School and will be held at The New School Tishman Auditorium. Details can be found at the
NYPC Web site.
Columnist and author, Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus, will be giving the keynote speech at the first MacFest on April 26. Sponsored by the Houston Area Apple Users Group (HAAUG), the event will offer sessions on Mac OS X, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Office, and a “Tune Up Your Mac Shop.” More info is available at the
HAAUG Web site.
Also on April 26, Steve “Woz” Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, will give a presentation at a special event hosted by PackMUG, the
North Carolina State University Mac User Group. The event, to be held on campus, is open to the public, but over 600 students, faculty, and staff representing eight universities in North Carolina have registered, which means there’s a capacity crowd already. However, plans are being made to accommodate more attendees, and wait-list registration is available.