MacGathering™ Southern California 2005 — Exhibit Photos
Some scenes from the 2005 MacGathering's Exhibit Hall. We're sorry we missed shots of several of our excellent vendors, but you'll find many others here. Thanks to Chuck Behrman for taking these for us.
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Apple Computer — The Grove
Business pros to help you with your business needs.
Hand-selected developers show how FileMaker Pro can help you with your business, organization, or personal life.
Wacom provided a unique opportunity for artists to try their ground-breaking Cintiq as well as their Wacom Graphire Bluetooth Tablet and more.
The Guitar Center
Music and Mac — what better combo can you imagine? The guys were also ready to help Windows folks too, of course.
Keeping our screens and plastic cases clear for years.
Corel gave attendees the chance to learn Painter from a professional artist, Wes Pack, who knows it inside out. (We also offered a day-long Painter seminar.)
The Macintosh Business Unit sent us two of the people who actually build Office for Mac and Virtual PC.
Intuit's QuickBooks team loaned us a team-member as well as an excellent local consultant so you were sure to get your business bookkeeping questions answered.
Voice control and dictation for your Mac!
RadTech brought us their selection of dare we say, really rad tools to maintain your hardware.
DriveSavers are the data recovery people and we had the expert himself, John Christopher.
Circus Ponies' NoteBook was a hit with the programmer on hand to answer questions.
Fixamac's John Goodchild, programmer of Printer Setup Repair (and more).
Software Cinema brought you their full complement of software training for digital imaging.
Excellent hardware via the web, with advice on the other end of the phone.
Many a topic, many a style — so you can find the right book for yourself.
macally — has a wide variety of Mac peripherals through retailers. They brought us some great clearance deals.
We missed getting a good photo of the folks at Prosoft. You can catch a glimpse in this shot.
Prosoft was there, showing us their Data-saving software.
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