Hosted by the University of Hawaii, Pacific New Media and presented by the Hawaii Macintosh & Apple Users’ Society, Inc. and the Professional Photographers of Hawaii. This event is FREE to the public!
10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Buy, sell or trade computer or camera gear.
9:00 to 10:00 — Digital Imaging: the Greatest Tool in Photography by Dwight Okumoto (president of the Professional Photographers of Hawaii)
Dwight will be showing examples of how true photographic technique can be confused with digital manipulation. Digital imaging has completely changed the industry, but we must maintain the same high standards and principles as shooting film.
10:30 to 11:30 — Everything You Always Wanted to Know About X by Rolf Nordahl
Rolf Nordahl from the MacMouse Club will give an overview of what’s new and great about Apple’s new operating system, Leopard, which is built upon the Unix environment. Rolf’s easy going, free-flow style of presentation will include many opportunities for questions and audience input.
12:00 to 1:00 — Keynote by Matt Mullenweg
In March 2007 PC World named Matt Mullenweg one of the 50 Most Important People on the Web. His company, based in San Francisco, recently received $29.5 million in funding from investors. Among them, the New York Times Co. In just three years Matt has taken the development of WordPress from obscurity to the top of the social networking universe. Matt will share his thoughts and hopes about the future of technology.
Exhibits and Clinics
Brown Bag Fixit Clinic hosted by Edward Slavish
10:00 am to Noon
Eddie and friends will help you free of charge with any problems you might be experiencing with your Macintosh or other Apple product. Bring whatever needs fixing and Ed’s mechanics will try to help you. Some times you learn a lot and other times you just pick up one tip that helps you enjoy your computer a little more. It is always worthwhile.
Manoa Photo Walkabout with Patrick Delos Santos
12:30 pm to 2:30 pm
Limited to only 10 students (to register call Eugene Villaluz at 808-735-0402)
Learn how to use and understand your digital camera. You’ll be able to take photos just like a professional in any camera setting. Now you won’t have to worry about missing that great shot!
Throughout the day.
Official Website: http://www.hmaus.com/?page_id=368
Added by kariume on April 14, 2008