Archive for July, 2008

Jul 19 2008

One of Derrick’s speaker sessions: “Ten Things You Need to Know About iPhoto”

Published by Lorene under Speakers

Derrick Story - “Ten Things You Need to Know About iPhoto”

The latest version of iPhoto can handle most of your basic photography needs. But it also has capabilities that go above and beyond the mundane. In this session, Derrick Story will show you the 10 things you need to know about this terrific consumer photo application.

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Jul 14 2008

Elgato as a sponsor

Published by Lorene under General, Vendors

Right as the deadline was drawing near for sponsorship, Elgato came through. Right on! Thank you for your support -Lorene

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Jul 14 2008

Want to help with MCE? Here’s how

Published by Lorene under General, Volunteering

Hey All….NCMUG will be selling MCE Raffle tickets at the next two
General Meetings…bring your piggy banks and cash in for a chance to
win some Awesome prizes! Wait till you see what has been scored for this
year’s Raffle, you will want to buy lots of chances!

If you want to enhance your chance to win….volunteer to sell raffle
ticket at the MacComputerExpo….for every 15 you sell, you get one
free!!!!!

Email Jerrie at

<Volunteer@ncmug.org>

for more information

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Jul 13 2008

Shawn and Lesa King’s topic at MCE

Published by Lorene under Speakers

“How to Shoot Like a Pro”

In this entertaining session, you’ll learn tips and tricks for improving your photography tenfold from the husband and wife team and Your Mac Life hosts, Shawn and Lesa King. Whether you’re using a digital SLR or a point-and-shoot, you’ll learn tried and true techniques for getting better shots in camera. You’ll learn the basics of camera operation, which setting to use when, tips for importing and organizing your collection, plus glean the secrets to visually pleasing composition. Come one, come all and start shooting like a pro!

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Jul 13 2008

Tom and Dori’s topic for MCE

Published by Lorene under General

“No Mac is an Island”

Leopard provides lots of tools that can help you work closely with friends, family, and colleagues. In this session, you’ll learn how to share documents using a variety of programs; share your screen with others using Screen Sharing and iChat; and remotely control your desktop computer when you’re away from home, using Leopard’s Back to My Mac.

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