You just bought a Macintosh and need more help. Using your Macintosh can be a fun and satisfying experience, but it can also be frustrating. It should be comforting to know that there is a network across the country of many thousands of people who use Macintosh computers, the Macintosh User Groups or MUGs. MUGs include people at all levels of expertise who at one time were just like you, a new user. Their sole purpose is to help each other. We are the Princeton Macintosh User Group (PMUG), and have many members who can share your interests, and advise on hardware and software problems.

Maybe you are a Mac pro. Knowledge is a two-way street and we offer the opportunity to continue learning and to share your experience with others. Through PMUG, you can get a better understanding of how the Macintosh works, learn how your interests can be enhanced by using the Mac, and explore it’s potential to maximize your own. You can also make contacts with other Mac users both new and expert and share your interests, talents, and skills so that others may benefit.

PMUG is flexible enough to be valuable to both beginner and intermediate Macintosh users. With our meetings, membership, and resources, PMUG expands your horizons. Our membership is large, mostly non-university, and includes many Macintosh experts and program developers with training, experience and contacts both similar and dissimilar to your own. Advanced users are very welcome and a necessary part of our mission. We are big enough to draw high-tech multi-media professionals from the private sector for presentations and to be sought out by top software vendors.

Stuart Hall, Building, Princeton Theological Seminary
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