Elsewhere on the club circuit, Aldo’s debuts its MÃ©nage Tuesdays. You know, because last week’s new Tattoo Tuesdays proved not to be classy enough.
And now, we’ll make the very seamless transition to the world of geek –The Fresno Macintosh Users Group is having a session with Macworld senior editor Christopher Breen. Here are the deets. After party at Aldo’s, right?
MACWORLD Magazine Senior Editor Christopher Breen will return to Fresno to address the Fresno Macintosh Users Group (FMUG) on Tuesday, October 6, at its regular monthly meeting at 7:00 p.m, at the University of California Center, 550 E. Shaw Avenue, Fresno. Breen’s topic is “Things They Won’t Tell You at the Apple Store.” The meeting is open to the public.
The Mac 101 session at 6 p.m. will demonstrate how to install Snow Leopard, the newest Macintosh program.
Breen is a recognized expert in Macintosh and Ipod products. In addition to his MACWORLD position, he is Editor in Chief of playlistmag.com and is the Mac 911columnist on macworld.com. He is a writer and editor who has spent his career covering Apple and Macintosh computers and related technologies.. He also hosts the Macworld Podcast and writes a weblog about the iPod for Mac Publishing’s Playlist web site. Breen has authored many technology books including Secrets of the iPod, The iPod and iTunes Pocket Guide, The iPhone Pocket Guide, Mac 911, and My iMac.
The Fresno Macintosh Users Group educates its members on new and existing features of Macintosh computers and various programs for photos, e-mail, word processing, and other applications. It also holds periodic special workshops.
FMUG meets on the first Tuesday of every month. Experts are available at each meeting to help Mac users with individual questions or problems they may have.
All meetings are open to the public. For more information please call (559) 930-2706, or visit our website at www.fresnomug.com.
Finally, for your Tuesday night indie rock fix, head over to Starline where Kid Kosovo is headlining. No flier, but get more details over at the slick new Love The Captive Web site. Or forget the details and just check out the Web site because it’s a cool idea by a cool local concert promoter, trying to do something beyond just promoting itself and its shows.