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

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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)

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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

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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

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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

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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...