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MacHelp4Me’s approachable instructors share expertise on a range of tech topics to train Apple aficionados and the computer curious to maneuver Macintosh devices with expertise and artistry. Like speed-dating sessions, classes ($10 each) generally last 90 minutes and cover an eclectic range of subjects. Classes in iWeb enhance Internet presence with techniques for creating stunning websites, and iPhoto classes enable shutterbugs to import, organize, and edit digital photos to create eye-catching prints and emotionally profound LOLcats. For more in-depth instruction, one-on-one training ($60/hour on-site, $50/hour in-studio) forges face time with an experienced instructor either at your home or in the studio to learn about any aspect of your electronic accomplice, from the basics of OSX to the more elaborate elements of iLife and iWork. Customers can opt for on-site training at their choice of location, which requires a one-hour minimum, and travel charges may apply depending on distance.
Apple academics are engaged in MacHelp4Me’s expansive mirror-lined space adorned with original artwork. High-definition screens, projection systems, Airtunes audio, and WiFi aid in electronic education, and a microwave, coffee maker, and constant steam of computer-generated comments keep students satisfied mid-mouse-click.