Jason O'Grady Featured in the Current Issue of AUGmentations from The Apple Groups Team (TAGteam)

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The new issue features an exclusive interview with Jason O'Grady, the controversial writer, author and mobile technologies expert that was under fire from Apple Computer recently and this personal, candid interview will let you in on a little bit more about the man, himself.

The Apple Groups Team (TAGteam), a not-for-profit user group community organization, is very pleased and proud to announce that our delayed December edition of "AUGmentations: The Apple Groups Team Newsletter" is now available as a free download for its members. Membership is free.

This issue features an exclusive interview with Jason O'Grady, the controversial writer, author and mobile technologies expert that was under fire from Apple Computer recently and this personal, candid interview will let you in on a little bit more about the man, himself.

"I have maintained the same partiality that I've always had in my reporting on Apple – I call 'em like I see 'em and will continue to do what I do..." - Jason O'Grady in AUGmentations

Also in this issue:

•How effective are the Macworld rumors?

•'VLogs, Moblogs and Vodcasting

•Holiday Wish Lists (good for anytime of year)

•News At The Core with Dennis Sellers

•On Deck with Randy Decker

AUGmentations is an exclusive benefit for user group leaders, vendors, resellers, manufacturers, developers, Apple Consultants Network (ACNs) and Apple staff who are members of The Apple Groups Team.

Members of the press/media (please do not publish the link - press only) and TAGteam partners may download AUGmentations for December 2005:

http://applegroups.org/files/augmentations/122005augm.zip

Updated: The Apple Groups Team (TAGteam) site archives of our previous editions for public viewing after sixty days. Editions include interviews with Steve Wozniak, Deborah Shadovitz, Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVItus, Christopher Breen, Dave Marra, Adam Engst and others.

About The Apple Groups Team (TAGteam):

Originally founded in 1997 as "The Delaware Valley Macintosh User Groups" with the concept of bringing multiple user groups together for more vendor cost-effective presentations and community events, the organization evolved into "The Tri-State MUG Team" in 1999, "The Mid-Atlantic Apple & Macintosh User Groups Team" in 2002, and now becoming The Apple Groups Team with more than 80 groups worldwide and welcoming all user groups, vendors, manufacturers, developers and resellers. The mission: Helping to provide cooperation, collective efforts, camaraderie and FUN for everyone - 100% free of charge.

For more information about joining the TAGteam Leaders' eList, visit the following link:

http://applegroups.org/list.html

For more information about The Apple Groups Team (TAGteam), visit:

http://www.applegroups.org/

Contact:

Jim Anderson, PR Officer

The Apple Groups Team

(TAGteam)

http://www.applegroups.org

The Apple Groups Team (TAGteam) is not affiliated with Apple Computer. All trademarks are property of their respective owners.

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