Over the years, Nicholas has received many comments and accolades from other organisations about the quality and breadth of topics his articles have covered, as well comments on the informative and entertaining presentations he has conducted
Here is a small selection of some of that feedback…
AUSOM, Australia’s Leading Apple Macintosh User Group, presented Nicholas with a Certificate of Appreciation in May 2002 for his regular contributions of articles to their monthly magazine, AUSOM News.
I was so impressed that I decided to add your banner to my web site, something I have never done before. It links to your review of Mike’s Cards. You can see it at the bottom of my web page at http://www.mikesedore.com/mcreview.html
Great article. Thanks. I will create a link inside MaxBulk product page. Stan
The MUG Center
Appreciate it! Please keep producing the high-quality materials you do.
They are a real asset to the community.
Chuck Joiner, Editor-In-Chief, The MUG Center
First off, wanted to thank you for sharing so many of your articles on the [MUGCenter] Newsletter Content email list. Always interesting, and especially interesting to see the view of things from a much different perspective.
There’s also a nice article about calendar sharing written by Nicholas Pyers (from the Aussie mac user group AUSOM).
Mac OS X Experience
The ‘Experience’ was easily the biggest and best event of this type presented to AUSOM in quite a long time. It couldn’t have happened without an enormous amount of preparation, and work in enlisting the cooperation of the commercial participants.
As a Mac OS X Public Beta user previously, I found the Training Course highly relevant, and extremely well constructed and presented.
Many thanks indeed to James and Nick and all their helpers, and congratulations on a job so well done.
– Steve Cooper
I also would like to add my appreciation and congratulations to Nick and James.
The preparation was enormous. The amount of work they both put in during the last one month in preparation for the day was enormous. Arranging for sufficient number of computers being made available on the day, the sponsorship and support from the dealers, the showbags with their content. It doesn’t just happen. Someone has to make it happen and they did.
Well I lashed out and brought it and installed it after my hands on experience of it in Nick and James classes.
– Peter Garwood
AUSOM Vice President