November 11, 2015 Meeting – Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus!

The next meeting of the Hershey Apple Core will be held on Wednesday, November 11, 2015, starting at 6:30 PM at The Hospital & Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania, 4750 Lindle Road Harrisburg, PA 17111. Directions to the meeting can be found on the HAP web site.

Bob LeVitus

Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus is doing his annual Mid-Atlantic MUG Tour again this year, and we’re pleased to have him include Hershey on the itinerary. Bob always puts on a great show, talking about the latest developments in the Apple universe, some of his favorite products, and what projects he’s currently engaged in. Come out and join us for a great evening of tech talk with one of the Apple community’s true originals.

We will be taking Bob out to dinner after the meeting, so plan to join us as the event continues into the evening.

Oh, who is Bob LeVitus, you ask?

Bob LeVitus, often referred to as “Dr. Mac,” is considered one of the world’s leading authorities on the Macintosh and Mac OS X and has been one of the Mac community’s most trusted gurus for almost twenty years. He’s known for his trademark humorous style and unerring ability to translate “techie” jargon into usable and fun advice for regular folks.

A prolific author, LeVitus has written or co-written over 60 popular computer books and has sold more than two million copies worldwide in at least a dozen languages. His recent titles include: iPhone For Dummies 2nd Edition, Mac OS X Leopard For Dummies, and Microsoft Office 2008 For Mac For Dummies, all for Wiley Publishing.

Bob is currently a columnist for The Mac Observer. He’s also a columnist for the Houston Chronicle and has been since 1996, penning the popular Dr. Mac column every Tuesday.

Bob’s work  has been published in more than a dozen computer magazines over the past eighteen years, including: a three- year stint as Editor-in-Chief of the irreverent and unpredictable MACazine; four different columns in MacUser magazine, Beating the System, Personal Best, Game Room, and the Help Folder (with Andy Ihnatko, and later, Chris Breen). Though best known for his writing, he?s also dabbled in broadcasting with a radio show (Inside Mac Radio, CNET Radio, 2001-2002) and a television series (Mac Today, Syndicated, 1992,1993).