2015.03 Cordiality: A Message — and an Invitation — from the Madison PC Users Group

The Madison PC User Group is sad to see the dissolution of the SWAG, our sister user group in Madison. We’d like to let your user community know that they are always welcome to our user group meetings. Our meetings are free and open to all.

And there are many personal contacts and friendships between the two groups! We don’t always have the knowledge base to directly address concerns and questions regarding the Apple platforms, but some of our members have reminded me that they do indeed know quite a bit about these realms, and many of our members use these technologies daily. And we'd be glad to discuss these things, and learn more about them ourselves. We do discuss more general topics in the worlds of computing and technology, which are useful to all computer and technology users. We are trying to keep up to date on all of these things (and I've definitely had friends laugh at my limitations in using smart phones, Twitter, and all sorts of other stuff!)

Our next meeting is Wednesday, March 11, 2015, at 7 PM. We will be exploring the brave new ideas and perhaps terrors of the Internet of Things. We meet very informally at 6 pm before the general meeting for some questions and answers and general discussion. The venue is the Community Room of the Village Co-Housing Community, 1104 Mound Street, Madison, WI 53715, at the corner with Mills Street. This is in the Vilas neighborhood, a few blocks from Meriter Hospital. The Community Room is set back behind a large courtyard. Parking is available on the neighborhood streets, and also in the Meriter Hospital parking ramp. More information at www.mpcug.com.

Our general meetings are free and open to the public. All are welcome!

—Bhim Nimgade, President
  Madison PC Users Group

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