May 9, 2008 in Tips and How To (E)
[prMac.com] Los Angeles, California - MacDayLA again brings a day full of insights to the Mac users of Southern California. On Saturday, May 31 author Deborah Shadovitz again presents MacDayLA at CBS Studio Center in Studio City. New to the event is an evening party full of award-winning Indie music.
After a hugely successful premiere, internationally acclaimed author, columnist and Mac personality, Deb Shadovitz will present the second MacDayLA(TM) on Saturday, May 31 at CBS Studio Center in Studio City, California. According to Deb, "In a single day, MacDayLA(TM) attendees will walk away with insights and answer that would take weeks to amass and wouldn't even be fully available through your local Apple store or college." "And after that, we'll party with live Indie bands and a no-host bar."
May again brings a day full of incredible Mac presentations, topics and discussions as MacDayLA(TM) offers presentations about: what you need to know when using wi-fi, a closer look at the MacBook Air, creating music with GarageBand, AppleTV, building your own teleprompter, and more. Returning to us again by popular demand, the spirited Rev. Dr. Bobby of The Church of Mac will deliver another informational sermon.
Discussions are set to include organizing in iPhoto, Leopard, digital photography, Filemaker and Bento, emailing, web browsing, beginners, and more.
Classes offered are: "Creating a Brochure or Flyer in Adobe InDesign," and "Filemaker Pro."
Vendors will include: Hawking Technologies 300N Wi-Fi adapter for extreme distance; 1888ScanVan who will be doing many free scans for attendees; and Performance Track, a career management webware for performers.
New to MacDayLA is an evening party full of award-winning Indie music. "Mac users never get enough time to socialize," says the event's producer Deborah Shadovitz. "That's why I always throw a party at Macworld Expo, and always have a social component to my Mac events." Producing the musical portion of the party is the incomparable Javelyn who brings her musical spirit, her own musical touch, and two other award-winning bands to the party.
MacDayLA will happen every other month and will continue to feature new products and perspectives to put you in the know. With great food at very reasonable prices, vendor discounts and well-loved prizes, you won't want to miss it. For more information and to RSVP, visit our website.
Deborah Shadovitz has been a leader in the Mac community for about two decades. She's penned many a book, article, and column. She's the creator of the first-ever open-to-everyone party at Macworld Expo, first called The Party For The People and now called the Mac Mingle. She's also the creator and producer of the MacGathering(TM) for Southern California. Her main goal is always bringing Mac users together and bringing the people behind great Mac products to the Mac community.