IMUG Past Events Archive




1991 Events

Early meeting flyer - click to open PDFAt left is a copy of the March 1991 IMUG meeting announcement flyer, which was posted on telephone poles, sent via snail-mail, and delivered via "sneakernet" throughout the Bay Area.

In the summer of 1991, IMUG meetings moved from the Stanford campus to Apple Computer, and occassionally convened at Adobe Systems as well. You can learn more about those years on the early IMUG history page.

We have full descriptions of some talks begining in late 1992, when those could be copied from the original Usenet posts, and we have the details of all talks beginning in 1995 when the website first went online. We are working on gathering more descriptions from paper archives.




Speaker / Affiliation



Lee Collins
Apple Computer, Inc.

Unicode — A Standard International Character Code for
Multilingual Information Processing

Original announcement flyer [PDF]


Antonio Roder
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center

Electronic Publication


Terry Kunysz
Casady & Greene, Inc.

TrueType and PostScript: Past, Present and Future


Mimi Obinata
Apple Computer, Inc.

Developing Software for the Global Market


Digby Horner
Adobe Systems, Inc.

Kanji Fonts


Naoko Ushimaru and Toshiya Hotei
Qualitas Trading Co.

Japanese Software Marketing in America;
Translation from English to Japanese


Carla Itzkowich and Jon Golding
International Contact, Inc.

Foreign Language Marketing with the Macintosh


James Caldwell
Pacific Rim Connections, Inc.

Chinese Desktop Publishing on the Macintosh


Marian Stetson-Rodrigues
LinguaTec, Inc.

Keys to American Business Culture —
Its Effects on International Relations


Laura Elmore
Regis McKenna, Inc.

Global Launch of the Mac


Past Events Archive Index:




Friend us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Join our LinkedIn Group IMUG YouTube Channel

Get IMUG event reminders automatically and reserve a seat via Meetup


Get IMUG event announcements, sign up for reminders and RSVP via Meetup, the world's largest network of local groups. IMUG events are usually $5, but free for members, volunteers and hosts.



Join the multilingual computing community! Admission to most IMUG events is free for members. Membership is only $20, annual renewals are $15, and lifetime membership is $100.


Valid XHTML 1.0 TransitionalValid CSS 2.1
Unless otherwise noted, all materials on this site are copyright © 1995 IIMUG. All rights reserved.