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by: Bernard Teo

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Thu 16 Oct 2003

Mac Meetup in Singapore, 14th October 2003

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Thought I'd place a link to some photos Siva compiled of the recently concluded Mac meetup (14th October 2003, at Burger King at the Millenia Walk).

The Singapore Mac Meetups could be one of the best-attended Mac meetups anywhere in the world. I've enjoyed the last two that I've attended immensely because you can learn a lot in two hours. Man, look at all these Mac users...

Note : This is where you can sign up (if you're in Singapore). They meet every second Tuesday of the month. A week before the meetup, you'll be asked to vote for a place to meet up. Then you get the result of the vote and you just turn up, easy as that.

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