Do You Use Macintosh Computers?
"Quid tergum tuum non purus?
Are You Located in Island County, WA?
You've got MAGIC!
(What do you mean you didn’t back up your files?) "
MAGIC will be running a three day iMovie class at the Pacific Rim Institute begining April 28. Details and Application.
Mac Essential Classes
MAGIC will be running a five day iMovie class at the Unitarian facilities in Fereeland beginning June 8. Details and Application.
MAGIC accepts donations and class deposits using a PayPal account that has been established for the club. To make a donation, go to our donation page.
Need a Mentor or help with your Mac Problems
Sometimes you just cannot wait until a MAGIC meeting to try and solve a problem and need to find a mentor or problem solver on Whidbey Island. Here is a page with some suggestions.
iWorks '13 and Pages 5 problems
Many people are having all kinds of issues with the recent release of iWorks '13, which includes Pages 5, Keynote, and Numbers. It turns out that these applications have been completely rewritten and do not have the functionality of previous versions. Apple say they will correct all the problems over the next six months. Meantime we have produced a page of tricks and tips that will get you back working again with the older versions. You will find it on this web page.
The MAGIC MacBook, projector, screen, and iPad 2 are available for members use
For more information go to the rental page of this website.
|iMac - Get affordable and compact performance, intel Quad-Core and SuperDrive, all built into the flat screen.|
|MacBook Pro - A full range of laptops.|
|Mac mini - Get affordable and compact performance, intel Core Duo|
|MacPro - Up to 12-Core Intel Processors. Ultra fast solid state drive uptions. Fastest graphics.|
Donating and Recycling
There are many ways to dispose of your old computer equipment that are environmentally acceptable. MAGIC offers the chance to swap, sell, and buy equipment with other members - see the Swap Page of this site. Island Recycling in Freeland and Coupeville will accept all electronic equipment for recycling for a modest fee (about $10 per pound) - they can be contacted at (360) 331-1727.
Otherwise here is a site which describes all the alternatives that are available for donating and recycling computer equipment.
This web site sponsored by Whidbey Telecom