AMT News Bulletin July 2006
1. Association Update
2. New AMT logo
3. Mac OSX Training
4. BrickShooter Discount
5. Membership Update
6. 16 New AMT Members
Hello after a long hiatus! AMT is active again, sporting an updated logo, a
new executive director (Marilyn, firstname.lastname@example.org), and a
renewed commitment to AMT’s mission. We plan on publishing this bulletin
bi-monthly; please let us know if there are topics/issues you’d like us to
New AMT Logo
In keeping with our renewed activity, we have reworked the
AMT logo. Following Apple’s lead, it seemed time to stop bleeding in six
colors and go with a cooler, sleeker, more subtle and contemporary color
gradient. We have attached a copy of our new logo here - scale it to size
and, if you have a web page, use it in your link to AMT’s site
Mac OSX Training
Apple Certified Trainers are teaching Mac OS X training courses at the
University of Central Florida in July.
University of Central Florida
4000 Central Florida Blvd.
Teaching Academy - Room 306
Orlando, FL 32816
Contact: Evonne Woodward (408) 647-1230 or (800) 848-6398
The puzzle game BrickShooter has been modified for Mac users and is
now being offered to AMT members at a 20% discount.
We have recently been working on updating our member list - most of
you have been contacted and asked to confirm/update your information.
If you haven’t been contacted, or as changes occur, update your AMT
record online by going to
http://www.mactrainers.com/members/update.html and then use your
member ID number as your password to access your record.
Please join us in welcoming 16 New AMT Members!
Bella Vista AR
Arkansas Apple and Macintosh User Group
Fort Smith AR
Los Angeles CA
Napa Macintosh User's Group
Penn Valley CA