Happy belated New Year everyone! Yes, there are going to be Mac classes on tap this month, I’m just scrambling to keep up, as usual. On to the details…
Class list for January 2015:

Sat., Jan. 17th, from noon-4 pm: Mastering your iPad/iPhone;  Ah Haa School, Telluride (click HERE to sign up)
Sat., Jan. 24th, from 10-noon: iPhoto;  Ridgway Library
Wed., Jan. 28th, from 5-7 pm: FREE iPad/iPhone Overview; Ridgway Library

Please remember to let me know if you plan to attend any of these classes (and the Ah Haa iPad/iPhone class in Telluride on the 17th requires that you sign up in advance at the link above or below); if I get enough commitments ahead of time, I don’t have to send out a nagging reminder!

 First off, I’m offering a 4-hour intensive in Telluride on Saturday, Jan. 17th, from noon to 4 pm called Mastering Your iPad/iPhoneLearn how to make full use of your iPad or iPhone, including tips and tricks to make these devices hum, plus the latest and greatest apps to explore. You’ll even find out how to make an iPad do 99% of what a full computer will do, so you can get real work done! This class will cover all aspects of the iPad/iPhone, from a complete tour of the hardware (as well as useful accessories) to an in-depth tour of the software interface, including how an iPad improves on the iPhone/iPod Touch interface. The class will focus primarily on iOS 8’s new bells and whistles, but devices running older iOS 7 software will still be relevant. For seasoned iPad users and those just considering an “iDevice,” this class has something for everyone. Cost is $65, and click HERE to sign up!

 Then, on Saturday, Jan. 24th, from 10 am to noon in the Ridgway Library meeting room, it’ll be an old favorite class that I haven’t offered in awhile: iPhoto for Mac. Come learn everything there is to know about Apple’s powerful digital image organization/editing program. Chances are you’re feeling overwhelmed with holiday photos, and maybe feeling like it’s finally time to get your photo library under control, with the added bonus of learning how easy (and fun) the process can be! This class will primarily cover the latest version of iPhoto, but will also be relevant for users of older versions. This class is $20, and is open to drop-ins, but please let me know if you plan to attend!

 Lastly, I will be doing my regular last-Wednesday-of-the-month class at the Library. This month, it’s the FREE iPad/iPhone Overview, on Wednesday, Jan. 28th from 5-7 pm. This class is held in the Library’s small conference room. Space is limited, so you have to sign up, and the Library has asked that I handle the sign ups, so give me a call at 970-417-8434 (or drop me an email) if you’d like to attend. (Be aware that first-timers take priority over anyone who has taken the class before, but there are often openings for repeaters).
Take care, and may 2015 hold nothing but the best for everyone!!