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Over 10 years ago, I wrote my first blog post. Since then, I've authored books, had kids, traveled the world, found Trish and blogged about it all.

Mac User Group Meeting.

I think I'll attend the COMUG meeting tomorrow night. Here are the details:

  • Location: COMUG usually meets in the main meeting room at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) 1850 Table Mesa Drive, Boulder
  • Time: 7PM to 10PM
  • Photoshop Tips by Ben Willmore. Once again, we will be treated to Ben's amazing ability to teach us how to use Photoshop's most useful (and sometimes obscure) features. Every time Ben visits us, our members praise his session, and ask for more. Here's more! (For more about Ben and his Photoshop seminars and books, visit
  • Anyone with an Airport-enabled PowerBook or iBook can browse the Internet, send email, or share files during the meeting.

The Photoshop Tips is the primary reason I'm thinking of attending. The only bad part seems to be that they charge $25 to attend (a.k.a be a member), see the membership application (PDF) for proof.

Posted in Mac OS X at Oct 16 2002, 01:05:02 PM MDT Add a Comment

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