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Woz, Wigginton videos surface in 1984 user group talk treasure trove

TUAW reader Vince Patton provided us with several links to videos that he's uploading to YouTube. Patton's father had saved a VHS tape of a talk made by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak to the Denver Apple Pi computer club at the Colorado School of Mines on October 4, 1984, which Vince uncovered...

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Snow Leopard: Party like it's 1998

On October 17, 1998 Apple released Mac OS 8.5, the first operating system that ran solely on Macintoshes with PowerPC processors. As far as system software upgrades go, this was the end of the line for any Mac built before the Power Macintosh 6100, introduced in March 1994. Earlier Macs ran on some...

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Mac User Groups on the Wane

Australia's Sydney Morning Herald has an article today about the decline of Mac User Groups. Once the force that brought Apple enthusiasts together to share their interests and expertise, the social face-to-face in-person MUGs are dying out and being replaced by online resources. "People work longer...

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Announcement: User Group Roundup

Do you help run an Apple-themed User Group? Do you have any upcoming December 2006 meetings or special events? Please let us know via our Tips form by the end of next week to be included in the TUAW December User Group social calendar. Send complete details about your meetings or events, including...

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Society Page: Washington Apple Pi presents Adding Music to iLife on 18 November

Going to be in the Washington DC area this Saturday? Washington user group Apple Pi is hosting Raul de Arriz of Absolute Mac who will give a talk on integrating iLife projects with music. Pat Fauquet, Apple Pi VP for Programs says, "Adding music to photo albums, videos, web photo albums or by adding...

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