MacVoices #790 – Warren Williams on the Evolution from AppleWorks to iWork

Warren Williams of the AppleWorks Users Group and iWork Users Group returns to talk about the impact of the end-of-life of AppleWorks to the dedicated users and the opportunities presented by the latest incarnation...
Chuck Joiner, Mike Schmitz, Rachel Schmitz

MacVoices #20175: Rachel and Mike Schmitz Discuss Their Intentional Family Podcast (2)

In the second part of our discussion with Rachel and Mike Schmitz of The Intentional Family podcast, our guests dig deeper into the idea of “creators not consumers” as a central theme of their...
Chuck Joiner, Jean MacDonald, Kelly Guimont

MacVoices #13162: Jean MacDonald and Kelly Guimont on the Success of App Camp For Girls

Jean MacDonald and Kelly Guimont of App Camp For Girls seem to have struck a chord when they started their indiegogo project to help girls learn to code. Raising $50,000 in just three days,...
Neil Ticktin, Chuck Joiner

MacVoices #14174: Neil Ticktin Previews This Year’s MacTech Conference

Neil Ticktin  is back to tell us about this year's MacTech Conference. Neil explains what it is, who should attend and why. The “why”part has a lot to do with their content: professional accreditation...

MacVoices #513: Jason Trenary on Certified Apple Training and The Art Institute of Atlanta

Looking for training on the Macintosh or related topics? There are plenty of choices available, including professional-level, Apple-certified options, but what do all those acronnyms and titles mean? Jason Trenary, who works with the...