Paul Kent, IDG Vice President in charge of Macworld Expo, has initiated the Michael Bartosh Memorial MacIT Scholarship. It's going to be a scholarship that will help a deserving student come to Macworld as a MacIT attendee, and help them learn and meet their peers in MacIT at Macworld Conference and Expo. It's a fitting way to honor Michael's memory, and his passion for helping his peers along with the sometimes too - frustrating job of making Mac networks work the way he thought they should.
Paul and his staff are still working on formalizing the nomination and contribution process, but there's a signup form on the page so you can be notified once this is done. Please, anyone who wanted to do something in Michael's name, well, this is something that will be more appreciated, and live on far longer than a rack of dead flowers.
Thanks much to Paul and his staff for doing this.
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