About Us: OMUG

 General Meeting 2nd Thursday @ 7 pm

Our October 13, 7pm will have two topics and two speaker:

Have you heard about Raspberry Pi??

rasppiGary Garrety will display his Raspberry Pi computer and show us why over 10 million of these computers have been sold.

Gary has been conducting the Raspberry Pi SIG (Significant Interest Group) for about a year. He will also delve into “SCRATCH”, a programming language, and explain how it can teach a six year old to program.

This could lead to a new educational project for OMUG.

museumOur second speaker will be Clay Ericson who will share his experience with the Living Computer Museum: 

http://www.livingcomputermuseum.org/ .

The Museum, located in Seattle, Washington, is dedicated to preserving and displaying working examples of those computers that tell the story of our journey away from computing as a difficult and expensive undertaking toward the universal access to information technology we enjoy today.

What makes this museum unique is

1)  Most of the machines are up and running (as well as they can), and

2)  While most museums may demonstrate a machine with staff (hands off, please), this museum encourages visitors to sit down at any machine and plunk away to their heart’s content.

Come hear more at OMUG’s next monthly meeting, October 13, 2016.

Business meeting begins at 6 pm (EVERYONE is welcome to attend), followed by the presentations at 7 pm.

Questions ? Contact Deb Jaqua at djaqua@comcast.net

Location: Olympia Center

Olympia Center

222 Columbia Street NW

Olympia, WA 98501

Join our MeetUp for details, and to stay in touch. 

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You will be able to use this Meet up for your questions seeking answers.

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Olympia Center

222 Columbia Street NW

Olympia, WA 98501

The Olympia Microcomputer Users Group (OMUG) is an volunteer, non-

OlymugLogo2profit organization proudly serving the needs of the computer user community in the south Puget Sound area of western Washington since 1986.   We now spend time on other devices as well as basic computers.

OMUG Contact information: cnmpat@comcast.net

Where and when we meet 

What is the Reflector ? It is a way of communicating with others in the organization.  If you are an OMUG member, and not on the reflector, please contact me and I will put you on:  cnmpat@comcast.net

Here is our Membership Application  Dues are $30/year. This supports our work, our programs. 


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