This Month's General Meeting:

Meeting Date: Tuesday, November 20, 2018


Google Home Hub - HP 2 in 1 Laptop - Sensel Morph - Group Facetime - Magical Mystery Tour

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Come join us at our November monthly meeting where we'll be featuring the following presentations:

Bruce Mittelman will give a demonstration of the Google Home Hub, the device that lets you control all of your smart devices on one home display or with your voice.

Bruce will also give demonstration of the HP 2 in 1 laptop which offers the power of a laptop and the portability of a tablet.

Bruce will also show you how to use the new Apple Facetime group feature.

Agnes Idyk will give a demonstration of the Sensel Morph, an ultra-sensitive pressure sensor with swappable overlays. The Morph allows you to code, paint, edit videos, drum, and compose music.

Louis Perez will give another installment of his "Magical Mystery Tour of the Web" which focuses on interesting websites related to a specific topic.

And we'll be taking about all the latest Apple and technology news and have our "Question & Answer" session where our experts will try to solve your problems.

As always, a meeting you won't want to miss! Hope to see you all there!


General Information:

The New Jersey Macintosh Users Group (NJMUG) is a computer club which focuses on all things Apple. Whether you use a Macintosh computer, Apple iPod, Apple iPad, or Apple iPhone our meetings will allow you an opportunity to learn as well as share your experience with other like-minded individuals. NJMUG currently has approximately 45 members whose knowledge ranges from beginner to expert.

Members of the general public who are considering membership in NJMUG may attend two general meetings as NJMUG guests; otherwise, meetings are open to members only. Membership in NJMUG is $30.00 per year and entitles you to attend monthly meetings as well as the numerous other member benefits.


Meeting Time and Location:

NJMUG general monthly meetings occur on the third Tuesday of each month, beginning at 7:00 p.m. and ending at 9:45 p.m. From 7:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. we have our "Question and Answer" session, discuss the latest Apple news, and talk about general Macintosh, iPad, iPhone and iPod technology. The main presentations begin at 8:00 p.m.

NJMUG holds its monthly meetings at the Allwood Branch of the Clifton Library. Our meeting room is at the back of the library right against the parking lot. (Get Directions)


Wireless Internet Access:

We offer wireless Internet access at our meeting location. Members are able to bring their laptops or other wireless devices and obtain Internet access during our monthly meetings.


Future Meeting Dates:

NJMUG general monthly meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month.

Meeting agendas will be posted on the website approximately 2 weeks prior to the meeting date. Upcoming meeting dates are as follows:

2018 General Meeting Dates:
  • December 18
2019 General Meeting Dates:
  • January 15
  • February 19
  • March 19
  • April 16
  • May 21

Past Meetings:

Past meeting agendas along with public distribution files are available on our meeting archive page. Monthly member-only distribution files are available for download in the members section.

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Founded in 1984, NJMUG is the Garden State's flagship Macintosh Users Group with members throughout New Jersey. Our community of members are dedicated to sharing their knowledge, insights and experience on the Macintosh computer platform.

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