Sydney PC User Group Incorporated
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Meetings During the Week 18 - 23 January 2016
School of Arts
280 Pitt Street, Sydney
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Hello and Welcome,
The club's Main Meeting will not be held in January as the Sydney Mechanics'
School of Arts is closed on 26 January for the Australia Day holiday.
Details of next week's meetings are below.
Tuesday 19 January - Tuesday Forum - 9:30am - 12:30pm
The Consumer Electronics and Consumer Technology Trade Show held in Las Vegas last week enabled many companies and individuals to announce and preview new products.
Roger Foulds will use the Internet to show members some of the products that were on display at Las Vegas so that they can discuss where consumer technology is heading.
A question and answer session will also be held at the meeting.
Friday 22 January - Digital Photography - 9:30am - 12:30pm
An "Introduction to Paint.NET" is the title John Lucke has chosen for his presentation at this month's meeting.
Paint.NET is a freeware graphics editor program which was originally developed by undergraduate design students mentored by Microsoft. The program has since grown into a powerful yet simple image and photo editing tool.
John has become an enthusiastic user of Paint.NET since starting to use it to create material for his webpage.
There will also be a question and answer session at the meeting for members to discuss computer problems and items of interest for photographers.
Information for Members and Visitors:
All Meetings, unless specifically stated above, are held on the
1st Floor, Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts, 280 Pitt Street, Sydney.
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