May 17 2010
Join us this Thursday as LAMALUG vice-president, Jonathan Stars, demonstrates how to connect to local and remote computers so you can share data and help each other solve computer problems. Even though he’ll use Timbuktu software for the demo, Jon will discuss a number of other ways to get connected. We’ll also cover the drop box and how to share with other computers on your local network. Just understanding how this concept works can open up a whole new world of possibilities for you.
This will be our third Mac Basics SIG (Special Interest Group). If you feel like all our meetings are above your head, come at 6:00 to room 165 (our meeting room last semester) where you can learn about basic features on the Mac. A few months of that might make you feel a little more up to speed.
Our main meeting will be held in room 169 of the Arts & Sciences (A&S) building at Lansing Community College. It’s on the first floor in the northeast corner of the building.
6:00 Come early to room 169 and take advantage of our MacGurus, where paid up members can get one-on-one help for a few minutes with knowledgeable members of our group. Your turn will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
6:30 Q & A – This is our regular session open to everybody.
You must be a paid up member to pick up your free ticket at the door. Just one more reason to become a member.