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WEEKLY SIG MEETING UPDATE 27 June - 2 July 2011
School of Arts
280 Pitt Street, Sydney
Sydney PCUG's Blog
4 - 9 July 2011
The SPCUG has a new postal address. It is:
PO Box A1209
Sydney South NSW 1235
Membership vouchers are available at all meetings
Hello and Welcome,
We only have one meeting next week - the Main Meeting. Alex will be there to introduce the presenter, answer questions and show us some of the things that he carries around in his pockets.
Tuesday 28 June - MAIN Meeting - 5:30pm - 8:30pm
The main meeting is nearly upon us, and our main meeting presenter is Mikaela Lancaster from NineMSN and Microsoft's "Windows Live" team.
Here we'll learn that Hotmail will celebrate its 15th Birthday in July, we'll learn about "key features" that "people may not be familiar with" such as the mysterious-sounding "sweep function", we'll learn about the SkyDrive service and "Active View", and we'll learn some "fun Hotmail facts".
Naturally, Mikaela Lancaster will also be able to answer any questions we might have, and if history is any guide, we'll have plenty of questions for Ms Lancaster to cast her eye over!
I'll also be at next week's main meeting for the question and answer session, so see you at the main meeting!
The Penrith Group
The Penrith Group's venue at the St Clair High School will not be available next Saturday because of the school holidays. Their next meeting will be held on 6 August 2011.
Broadband is in the news this week so we offer a few titbits on the subject:
The National Broadband Network map for New South Wales;
The National Broadband Network map for Australia;
Some broadband facts, fiction and urban myths; and
Information for Members and Visitors:
Please note that all Meetings, except where specifically stated, are held on the
1st Floor, Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts, 280 Pitt Street, Sydney.
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