Apple Computer’s Best Kept Little Secret


Are you looking to jump into video, audio, or photography editing, but you don’t have the time or money for a private instructor or a college course? Well, if you live by an Apple Store (even an international one), Apple has a program for you. It’s called One-to-One, and it includes one hour of instruction every week for an entire year. The best part: it’s only $100, so if you use all 52 hours, you’re paying about $2 a lesson. You can only go half the time? Okay, well then it’s $4. Once a month? Now you’re shelling out a mammoth $8.30 for each class. Seems like a good investment to me.

The classes cover anything and everything Apple: topics as basic as iMovie or as complex as Final Cut Pro. For journalists looking to expand their digital know-how, this is truly a golden opportunity.

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