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SPRINGFEST 2014 – Hawaii Ideas Festival

SPRINGFEST 2014 – Hawaii Ideas Festival

  Hawaii Macintosh & Apple Users’ Society presents — Springfest 2014 – Hawaii Ideas Festival — May 3, from 9 AM to 3:30 PM, at Capital One 360 Cafe, 1958 Kalakaua Avenue, in Waikiki. Exhibits and Presentations No-Cooking  Cooking – Culinary technology with Rebecca Woodland, “The Blonde Vegetarian” Crypto-currency – What the heck is that? – […]

HI Touch Chat with Blaine Fergerstrom at HI TLC

HI Touch Chat with Blaine Fergerstrom at HI TLC

Share More, Learn More, Do More at HI TLC! In the morning we have an opportunity to have a comfortable chat with Blaine Fergerstrom who can best be described as the Hawaiian Superman of Multi-Media Communciations. We’ll also have an HI Touch Tech Open Help Clinic in the afternoon session. For those of you unfamiliar with […]

Made by Mac, On a Mac

Made by Mac, On a Mac

I met Mac a long time ago. I was so much younger then and still in awe of all things computer. At one of our Honolulu Apple Users’ Society [1] meetings I heard that there would be a presentation about a wonderful book created on an Apple computer. Even though I was still in a […]

HI Touch Chat with Mac Simpson at HI TLC

HI Touch Chat with Mac Simpson at HI TLC

Share More, Learn More, Do More at HI TLC! In the morning we have an opportunity to have a comfortable chat with Mac Simpson who has written, published and produced many historical books about Hawaii. We’ll also have an HI Touch Tech Open Help Clinic in the afternoon session. For those of you unfamiliar with […]

HI Touch Learning Clinic

Location:  Capital One 360 Cafe (Alii Conference Room), 1958 Kalakaua Ave in Waikiki www.hmaus.org/about/events/hi-touch-tlc/

HI Touch Learning Clinic

Our first Mini Topic for the November HI Touch Learning Clinic will be a show and tell about using technology on holiday in Europe on a cruise ship. Our second Mini Topic will be a continuation of Terrence Young’s Finder Fundamentals. Between mini topic sessions we’ll conduct Open Clinic Tech Support where technical questions and […]