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Appearance: PPUG meets tomorrow in Philadelphia

I'll be at the PPUG Winter 2010 meeting tomorrow in Philadelphia. All are welcome to attend.
Written by Jason D. O'Grady, Contributor on

http://thescene.s3.amazonaws.com/pics/bar/2/51481/profile/1205061797294_272.jpgThe Philadelphia PowerBook User Group (PPUG) will meet tomorrow, Saturday, March 20, 2010 from 12 noon to 3 p.m. at the Manayunk Brewing Company along the beautiful Schuylkill River in Philadelphia, PA. We usually have lunch (or a brew) while we talk mobile computing.

Now that Apple has announced the iPad, where does it fit in the mobile technology landscape? Does it overlap with the iPhone and the MacBook? Or does it fit exactly in-between the two?

At tomorrow's PPUG’s meeting I will dissect the pros and cons of Apple’s new “tablet” Mac and will discuss its advantages and disadvantages over a netbook.  If you’re thinking about the iPad, come to the March meeting and we’ll set your straight.

Rob Parker, Bob Snow, as well as Youngmoo Kim will also be on hand to talk about latest developments in mobile technology.  We’ll talk about all the news and announcements from Macworld 2010 with a healthy serving of Q&A. Join us for a great meeting, it’s free and open to you and your guests. Feel free to bring items to sell or swap as well.

Manayunk Brewing Company 4120 Main Street Philadelphia, PA 19127 215.482.8220

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