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PMUG June Presentation - A Basic Introduction to Adobe Lightroom with Princeton photographer @alankesselhaut

#A Basic Introduction to Adobe Lightroom# Adobe Lightroom gives photographers a way to import, organize, process, and export their photos from start to finish. Underlying the program’s workflow is its ability to edit images without permanently altering…
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"Be a yardstick of quality. Some people aren't used to an environment where excellence is expected." - Steve Jobs
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See on Scoop.it – From the Apple Orchard One of the things that keeps me coming back to the iPhone for photography the ease of sharing photos. The Mobi EyeFi wireless memory card brings a similar experience to almost every digital camera. Basically it’s…
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What can you do with a billion iPhones? What can all of us do with a billion iPhones?  Analysts, telcos, networking firms and research consultants expect more than 4 billion smartphones in use by the end of this decade, maybe sooner.
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John Paczkowski, writing for Recode: If you’ve been anticipating the debut of some new category-defining hardware at Apple’s upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference, a word of advice: Dial back your expectations or be disappointed.
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Nice piece from MG Siegler. If the iPad is a fad, it’s the greatest fad in the history of American business. And so I repeat: the iPad got too successful, too quickly. And everyone (including Apple) got spoiled by those insane numbers.
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When hitting ‘Find My iPhone’ takes you to a thief’s doorstep | Scoop.it http://buff.ly/1kFuakC
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How Steve Wozniak wrote BASIC for the original Apple from scratch | Scoop.it http://buff.ly/1fMllZ1
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"Dr. Mac" is coming to Princeton! http://buff.ly/1rV7jUX
Bob LeVitus, often called "Dr. Mac," has written about Apple technology for over twenty-five years. He’s written or co-written more than 65 popular computer books, with over two million copies sold...
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See on Scoop.it – From the Apple Orchard What can you do with a billion iPhones? What can all of us do with a billion iPhones?  Analysts, telcos, networking firms and research consultants expect more than 4 billion smartphones in use by the end of this…
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See on Scoop.it – From the Apple Orchard John Paczkowski, writing for Recode: If you’ve been anticipating the debut of some new category-defining hardware at Apple’s upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference, a word of advice: Dial back your expectations…
See on Scoop.it - From the Apple Orchard John Paczkowski, writing for Recode: If you’ve been anticipating the debut of some new category-defining hardware at Apple’s upcoming Worldwide ...
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See on Scoop.it – From the Apple Orchard Nice piece from MG Siegler. If the iPad is a fad, it’s the greatest fad in the history of American business. And so I repeat: the iPad got too successful, too quickly. And everyone (including Apple) got spoiled by…
See on Scoop.it - From the Apple Orchard Nice piece from MG Siegler. If the iPad is a fad, it’s the greatest fad in the history of American business. And so I repeat: the iPad got too success...
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The oldest Mac Users' Group in New Jersey. Founded 1984.
Introduction
The Princeton Macintosh Users' Group (PMUG) is a club for Macintosh computer enthusiasts that meets in Princeton near Princeton University on the second Tuesday of every month.

Meeting Time and Location
The general meeting begins at 7:30 p.m.
The special interest groups (SIGs) are held from 6:30 p.m.
to 7:15 p.m. (see below)

Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are held before the general meeting in smaller, adjacent rooms.

"Ask an Apple Pro" - Special Interest Group
6:30 to 7:15 p.m., Stuart Hall at Princeton Theological Seminary, room 4 (first floor)

Just starting out with a Mac? Have some experience under your belt but need help? Basic questions are resolved and beginners and more experienced members can discuss and resolve problems they encounter at home.