Mar 1 2006
Registration is now open for the MacLive Conference, a three-day learning conference designed just for creative professionals who use the Macintosh platform.
MacLive brings together Mac-based digital photographers, graphic designers, iPod freaks, total Mac geeks, and thousands of the Macintosh faithful for an event that breaks all the rules. Headlined by the best known names in the Mac world, including David Pogue, Chris Breen, Scott Kelby, Bob Levitus, Deke McClelland, and a host of others, it kicks off May 11-13, 2006 at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City.
The conference, produced by KW Media Group (publishers of Layers magazine) is open to Mac users of any skill level, and those who register before the April 7th Early Bird cut-off, save USD$100 off the full conference pass. Additional discounts are available for students and members of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP).