Attorney Randy Singer has a new web page that many Macintosh users will find helpful. It is designed to answer several questions that come up all the time, including whether to upgrade to the latest version of the Mac OS when it first comes out, what does it matter if one doesn’t upgrade, etc. and […]
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Planning is underway to mark the 40th birthday of the Hawaii Macintosh & Apple Users’ Society in 2019. And one of the projects already started is for HMAUS to publish its very first cookbook. The book will be dedicated to the memory of Dutch Schubert, a well loved member and leader who helped many people […]
Whether we receive our news from the traditional sources, newspapers, television, radio; or from the likes of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, web sites and similar social media tools; what has become evident is that our search for the truth in a field of information has been like walking through landscapes with hidden fields of quicksand! We […]
Tomorrow is April 1… But you still have time… Today, March 31, is World Backup Day — Do you know where your data is? Make The World Backup Day Pledge: “I solemnly swear to backup my important documents and precious memories on March 31st” The least you can do is: — Plug […]
Mactoberfest 2016 at Dave & Busterʻs was day of interesting and entertaining presentations and fun folks who came and shared- Pages. iPad Pro and Pencil art, iOS 10 and Sierra! To see our MacAcademy starsʻ creations and get links for apps and tutorials type this address into your browser – bit.ly/hmausfest2016 Mahalo all!!!
Itʻs time again for Mactoberfest! Interesting talks, food, a chance to relax and get to know each other, MacAcademy Awards… and door prizes! We have a virtual guest, Michael Cohen of Tidbits who will present Pages, Mike Harada showing us whatʻs new in Drawing with the iPad Pro, plus the latest from Apple — iOS […]