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For the UG management track, here are some of the RT topics that we are working on:
Dwight Silverman is a veteran journalist who has written about personal computers since the mid-1980s. He is currently the computing columnist and technology blogger at the Houston Chronicle, as well as the co-host of “Technology Bytes”, a weekly PC-help call-in radio show on KPFT-FM. You can read his blog and columns at http://www.chron.com/. When you check out TechBlog at http://blogs.chron.com/techblog/, then you will see how fortunate APCUG is to have Dwight as our keynote speaker.
Dwight writes extensively about all aspects of computing including PC and Mac computers, Linux and all the latest computing gadgets.
Dwight and Larry Magid co-wrote the book Microsoft Windows Vista, which was published in May 2007. Currently, Dwight is working on a new book, Running Windows on your Mac, which is scheduled to be published in January 2008.
Early Bird $100
11/1/2007 = Early Bird Registration ends. Checks must be postmarked on or before 11/2/2007.
11/2/2007 -- 11/30/2007. Checks must be postmarked on or before 12/1/2007.
12/1/2007 through 12/25/2007.
Online late registration ends 12/25/2007.
On Site $175
On Site Registration begins 1/3/2008.
Non-member group surcharge = $25
Jan 1st – 5th -- $ 79.00
Jan 6th – 10th -- $ 129.00
Jan 1st – 10th -- $ 175.00 for Petite Suite
Jan 1st – 10th -- $ 300.00 for 1 Bedroom Suite
Jan 1st – 10th -- $ 400.00 for 2 Bedroom Suite
It is very important that you use the code APCUG08 when contact the Riviera Hotel to reserve your room, so that APCUG gets credit for your reservation. Included in these room rates are the costs for all of the facilities that APCUG uses for its convention. Call the hotel at 800-634-6753 and ask for the APCUG08 Conference Rate.
Cathy Marquardt is the APCUG convention planner, so if you have any questions, you can contact her at email@example.com.
To register for the convention and to get the early bird price, go to
Thanks to Jay Ferron, Microsoft agreed to let APCUG use their registration engine. This is especially beneficial for our international members of APCUG.
When you click on the Asentus URL above, you will be directed to the Registration web server, hosted by Asentus, who is providing this service to APCUG. This is the Microsoft Registration events engine, so if you are paying with a credit card, then the 2008 APCUG Convention registration fee will be listed as a Microsoft Training event on your credit card bill.
APCUG OLS Chair