Mark your calendars! Our popular "Ask the Mac Pros" program returns to Princeton Public Library beginning Monday, June 11, for a 10-week series this summer. It's your chance to drop by our new Mac Lab with your questions about iMacs, MacBooks, iPads, iPhones, software products, and all things Apple-related, and receive expert guidance from Princeton Macinstosh Users' Group (PMUG) volunteers.
What is PMUG? Always ahead of the curve, Princeton has long been known as a town with a great appreciation for Macs. Founded in 1984, PMUG was originally formed to help support Princeton University's students, professors, and staff as the school implemented Macintosh computers on its campus. Since then, the group has widened its scope to become a tremendous community resource for fans of Apple technology. As explained on its website, "through PMUG, members both new and expert share their interests, talents, and skills in the Macintosh environment so that others may benefit." (-pmug-nj.org).
So, need help formatting a Keynote presentation? Want to learn about security settings in Safari? Confused by the iCloud? Wondering how to edit your vacation pics using iPhoto? Our PMUG Mac Pros Ewa Zak, Benjamin Britt, and Laura O'Neill will be available Mondays, 4 to 6 p.m. and Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to noon, every week from June 11 through August 15. Come on by with lots of questions!
Also, don't forget to check out our Summer 2012 Technology Education classes, scheduled through August. We will be offering courses in Microsoft Word, designing presentations, iLife, downloading ebooks and audiobooks, iPad 101, Twitter, Mac basics, and more. The full series of courses and registration information is available on our events calendar.
(Photo of iMac key courtesy of Flickr user thedak.)