MyCloudisk pro from Custom Technology Solutions, Inc., works toward addressing the prevalent problem in the modern world that one can’t just lock up important documents in a safe somewhere and call it a day. Most documents are saved on computers, leaving them open to deletion, corruption, and being renamed "this isn't the file you're looking for.obi-wan." The unlimited storage space of myCloudisk works to give its clients peace of mind, knowing their most valuable files are safely protected on the Internet and can only be accessed by entering the correct password. The unlimited cloud storage space safely collects up to 30 versions of each file online, automatically syncing up with and updating every computer hooked up to your cloud with every push of the save button. Cloud disk allows up to 512 gigabytes of files to be stored on each device's hard drive in the cloud, with files made available online and offline. A mobile web portal allows access from any Apple, Android, or Blackberry mobile device, while their mobile app for iPhones and iPads allows streaming of music and video files.
The staff members at Sylvan Learning's numerous study facilities understand that each child learns differently. Therefore, they don’t try to implement a uniform tutoring system; instead, they design custom lesson programs based on the results of standardized testing, diagnostic tools, and one-on-one interviews.
Tutors work with students from kindergarten through grade 12, illuminating topics ranging from basic reading and writing to remembering complex algebraic formulas without having them tattooed on your chest. Many of Sylvan’s instructors work in local schools, so they are intimately familiar with common curricula and understand how to gear lessons toward optimal results. After-school and summer classes can ready high-schoolers for the rigors of the ACT or the SAT, or they can help students to wow college-admissions officers with their superior essay-writing skills.
FTA Firearms Inc.'s instructors teach at a private, outdoor range. The facility accommodates many types of firearms including additional courses in advanced training with multiple targets and covered positions.
While FTA Firearms Inc. encourages clients to use their own firearms, they can supply gun rentals and ammunition at an additional cost for their students.
Since 1995, FTA Firearms Inc.'s team of retired law-enforcement officers and NRA-certified instructors have trained clients ranging from civilians to police personnel in firearm safety and responsibility. The staff teaches two classroom sessions and practical marksmanship skills on the range. FTA Firearms Inc.'s instructors additionally offer in-depth analysis of self-defense laws, advanced firearms training, and private group lessons.
The dedicated musicians at Falls River Music help students create beautiful notes during private weekly music instruction with a brigade of professional instruments. During 30-minute drum, guitar, violin, bass, or trumpet lessons, children or adults work toward personal goals, such as learning how to read music or mastering solos that erase “Freebird” from minds. Falls River Music provides instruments for use during classes, which, though not required, students may rent for home practice at an additional cost.
When not practicing their tuneful arts, musicians can send in their stringed instruments for expert repairs or test out new sounds plucked from the shop's large selection of acoustic and electric guitars, amplifiers, and effects pedals. Falls River Music offers a 14-day trial period after purchase of new equipment, encouraging musicians to fully explore their new sonic possibilities before declaring themselves satisfied.
The musical menagerie also hosts a full coffee bar and lounge area, where parents may relax during children's lessons. Falls River Music also allows intermediate-level students to put their skills to use each Saturday at 1:30 pm at a two-hour jam session ($10/hour), which may include performances or recording with other musicians and note aficionados.
Recently featured on WBTV for sending a weather balloon built out of spare parts into outer space, TechShop RDU has a supportive community of inventors, artists, technicians, and alchemists who are all excited about their next big idea, creating an environment limited only by the imagination. The 20,000-square-foot smorgasbord of inventive creativity beckons people of all skill levels to its DIY confines, where members can wield tools not found in most private workshops, slicing through steel with a plasma cutter or accessing 3-D design software to finally realize the goal of crawling inside the Internet. Hands-on classes jump-start creative juices, introducing students to vocational skills including welding, soldering, and woodworking. Neophyte inventors aged 12–17 are welcome but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to ensure they don't break physics.
Jennifer Weinberg knew she was hooked as soon as she handled her first SLR camera. Now, after more than a decade of aiming her lens at grinning faces and lush rainforests, her love for the art form has only grown stronger. Though experienced in all manner of portraiture, Jennifer specializes in maternity and infant, child, and family photographs bound for homes atop mantels or brochures for giving robots feelings. When not zooming in on beaming faces, Jennifer snaps shots of rushing cascades and dew-jeweled petals.
Jennifer’s eponymous photography studio helps subjects get on the other side of the lens during group workshops, which cover everything from the basics of digital-camera settings to the art of lighting outdoor shoots without inciting fireflies to riot.