A few videos from MUG for your viewing pleasure

And one from Kevin Wells for budding programmers The Midlands User Group (MUG) held their re-branded summer event on 1st July. What used to be the Midlands Midsummer MUG Show eventually came to a close due to low attendance numbers, but in 2022 it was resurrected as an online event, and this year held again under its new ‘MUG Mega Meeting’ banner – billing it, in effect, as an extended MUG meeting, with a spread of five different speakers over its five hour running time.

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Bristol RISC OS Users meeting – 12th July

The next meeting of Bristol RISC OS Users (BRU) is set for Wednesday, 12th July. The group meets on an informal basis for a chat over a drink and bite to eat, so there is usually no set topic or formal speaker; it’s usually a case of discussing the latest RISC OS news and developments, and often diverging into the wider world. However, sometimes members might bring along their own latest projects – or problems – for the group to look at.

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Using Windows and RISC OS together – WROCC meeting, 5th July

Last month’s Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club (WROCC) meeting saw Mark Stephens talk about how he uses RISC OS and MacOS side by side, and the benefits of being able to do so – as well as the problems that can frustrate the combination. This month the group is going to look at something very similar – this time the use of RISC OS in conjunction with Windows.

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