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April 14, 2002
The MUG Center

The Week's Front Page News At The MUG Center

Rose Lynn of Gold Coast Mac and The Florida Association of Computer User
Groups is the guest for the latest installment of The User Group Report.
Rose talks about what it means to be a user group leader and what they
offer, regardless of platform, the regional approach of FACUG and what
they do, her own group, the FACUG Spring and Fall conferences, and much
more. The MUG Center's partnership with the User Group Advisory Board and
Regional Liaison Team in covering special vendor offers to MUGs rounds
out this edition.

Listen to the User Group Report here:

The User Group Report is the audio series featuring interviews with
people making news in the Macintosh User Group community.

World Without Borders is a leading sponsor of Macintosh User Groups, with
five monthly MUG chats on their busy schedule. This month, WWB recognizes
their 5th anniversary, and the User Group Advisory Board is helping
celebrate! Instead of the usual monthly chat hosted by the UGAB and the
Regional Liaisons Team, the UGAB will present MUG Trivia Shootout 2002!
This trivia contest is open to all MUG members and leaders. Complete
details and rules are available. Contestants will be competing for prizes
donated by:

 - Casady & Greene 
 - Macworld Magazine
 - MacAddict 
 - O'Reilly & Associates

Also, a variety of Macintosh celebrities are providing brain-numbing
trivia questions to make the event even more fun. Contestants will see
questions from Guy Kawasaki, Chris Breen, Shawn King, Adam Engst, Bob
Levitus and more.

Join the fun on Thursday, April 18, 10 PM EST, 7 PM PST. Test your
knowledge of Mac trivia, and help wish WWB a happy 5th birthday!

Three Apple Regional Liaison Team members have checked in with new
reports of happenings in their territories.

- Amaya Gergoff talks about Apple Latin America contacting MUGs and
dealers for presentations, the possibility of a "store in a store" in
Columbia, and more MUG activity in Latin America.
 - Sandy Foderick focus on her duties as the RL for on-line MUGs by
discussing iHUG and MacTeens.
 - Steve Welsh checks in from the American NorthWest with updates on
MacCamp, the names of groups in his area, the Shareware Editor for the
Alaska Apple User Group, and a possible car pool to Macworld Expo in New

Coming Up This Week On The MUG Event Calendar

April 16
Danville Apple Pi - Dave Marra of Apple

North Coast Macintosh Users Group - Damon Stewart of Apple presenting
Final Cut Pro 3

April 18
MUG Trivia Shoot-Out 2002 - World Without Borders

April 19
Portland Macintosh User Group - Spring MacCamp

South Jersey Apple Users Group - Dave Marra of Apple

April 20
Intergalactic User Group Officers Conference, New York City

Houston Area Apple Users Group - Presentation by Corel



Chuck Joiner
The MUG Center                  

The User Group Advisory Board, in association with Macworld Expo, is
pleased to announce two very special opportunities to attend Macworld
Conference and Expo in San Francisco for free and for less! For a limited
time, Macintosh User Group members can register for a free Exhibits Only
pass or take 15% off all conference packages by using the User Group
Priority Code! That's a substantial savings available only to User Groups!

The Priority Code for both offers can be obtained from your Apple-
recognized Macintosh User Group leader.

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