Unfortunately, for the first time in many years, we were forced to cancel the appleJAC meeting due to Lewis and Clark Middle School being closed.
The planned program to talk about the sights and sounds of Macworld 2011 will be held over for the March Meeting. There were many new things that were released at the expo, and we will be prepared to show and talk about many of the most exciting things.
Macworld Expo was different than the last time that we attended. This year's expo was a much smaller event, but that didn't mean it wasn't exciting. Unlike years past when the sheer size of the event caused us to keep moving the entire week, this year's smaller show provided for plenty of time to roam the isles and really look at some of the products. appleJAC's gadget guru, Tom Piper took full advantage of the smaller size to sample some truly interesting products. At the March meeting, he will be showing many of these, and we will show some of the photos we took at the show. All in all, this was a great trip that left some time for sight seeing too.
In addition to Macworld, we took a morning and visited the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. What a great place to relive some of the great events of the computer.
Our next meeting will be held on March 1, 2011, at 7:00pm in our regular meeting room at Lewis and Clark Middle School in Jefferson City. Join us that evening to learn about exciting new trends and products from Macworld Expo. Part of the presentations will also cover Apple's new Macintosh Apps Store.
Just a reminder: if the Jefferson City Public Schools are again closed on our meeting day due to inclement weather, we will not hold the appleJAC meeting that night.
Have a great month and join us for the presentation on Macworld Expo at the March meeting. I believe it will be worth waiting for it an additional month.