“Forgotten Hollywood”- Computer Club Visits Simpler Time…

Posted on June 15, 2010 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   TUGNET is an computer club that meets each week at the Granada Pavilion to discuss a variety of topics related to the internet age. What makes this group so special is its multi-generational membership.

   I’ve been invited to attend a TUGNET meeting this Tuesday at 7pm to share Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History to the group. My paperback ventures back to a simpler time before the age of computers. That said, I’ll offer a 21st Century look at American history and Hollywood’s Golden Age. My YouTube video presentation will demonstrate how our past can tie to our future.

tuglogo     gp_logo

   According to the network’s website:

    TUGNET offers warm, helpful members in a computer society devoted to increasing their knowledge of programs and hardware, to use their computers more efficiently, and to help overcome the many problems all users encounter. Our current membership stands at about 385 and continues to grow.  

   After my discussion (open for anyone to attend the meeting… a donation of up to $3 is suggested), I’ll be autographing copies of my book. If you would like to learn more about TUGNET, buy my paperback, or find out what wonderful events take place at the Granada Pavilion…stop on by! Hollywood

   Check out the computer club website link for more information:


   The Granada Pavilion is located at 11128 Balboa Blvd., just off the 118 Freeway exit in Granada Hills.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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