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IDG offers Macworld Expo details

updated 12:40 pm EST, Tue November 29, 2005

Macworld Expo details

IDG World Expo today announced the schedule for the Users Conference, as well as the Hands-on MacLabs at , taking place January 9-13th, 2006 at San Francisco's Moscone Center. The Users Conference is designed for Mac users of all skill levels; attendees can improve their mastery of Mac OS X, learn to utilize the new features of their favorite productivity tools, and expand their creative horizons in the fields of digital photography and digital video production. Early bird registration is available for the Users Conference on or before December 9th for $215, while Hands-on MacLabs early bird registration is priced at $350.

The Hands-on MacLabs are half-day sessions that provide hands-on computer training; attendees can choose from nearly 30 conference sessions over two days with 75-minute sessions that cover a wide variety of topics that include: "Mac Power User," "Creative Tools," "Digital Photography," "Digital Video" and "Productivity." Featured sessions include "Tiger Secrets," by New York Times columnist David Pogue, "Digital Storytelling with Your iLife Media," "Getting Better Pictures from Your Digital Camera" hosted by photo expert Ben Long, "Essentials of Digital Cinematography" covering how to get Hollywood quality results from any DV camcorder, and "Mac OS X Tiger for Windows Users" to provide a variety of features and technologies that enable Macs and PCs running Windows to work seamlessly together.

by MacNN Staff





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