User Group Report #529: Getting Scientific On Your Mac with George Storm, Matching Your Colors with ColorIQ and Mac News Braintrust with Brian Chaffin of The Mac Observer

Want to do scientific data input on your Mac? Find out what the hot new product was at the ADHOC/MacHack Conference, learn how you can keep your digital photos’ colors more consistent and get the latest commentary on the Mac news headlines.

George Storm
George Storm, an associate of Perfectly Scientific, Inc. and founder of the Seattle XCoders, talks about the bTop-1 interface board that gets data from the physical world into your Mac, his group’s focus on programming, and how you might be able to borrow his robot.

Erik Rogers
Erik Rogers of ColorIQ explains how his company’s flagship product, IQ Match, can help you keep your images looking both good and consistent as they move from digital camera to screen, screen to printer, and beyond, and how they made an early connection with user groups.

Bryan Chaffin
Bryan Chaffin of The Mac Observer and The iPod Observer delivers this week’s Mac News Braintrust segment.


Perfectly Scientific, Inc.

bTop-1 Board

Prime Number Poster

Seattle XCoders


Color IQ’ s User Group Offer

Chris Breen’s Playlist vodcast #1

BackJack User Group Offer

The MUG Center’s Vendor Offer section

Bob “Dr. Mac” Coming to Washignton Apple Pi