Just completed my first “One to One” session on PodCasting. The rep at the Apple Store (Mall of GA) was Terry. He was very knowledgeable. He first got some background on my experience and then tailored the session based on my experience. So when I asked him questions – he asked me questions. Like “Where do you think you’d find that? How do you think you should proceed?” When I’d select the wrong answer – he’d give hints where to go or what to do next. It was pretty cool. I explained why I wanted to podcast my lectures, and we discussed different ways to get the audio into KeyNote and the export options. I can use iWeb to publish the podcast and even password protect it. (so the text book company doesn't come after me for randomly releasing their copyrighted material)<br><br>I go back next week for a few iWeb pointers and then after that advance KeyNote tricks. The cool thing is the session can cover several programs or services ... like today- KeyNote, QT, iWeb, .Mac .... it doesn't have to be a single item.<br><br>All this for $2 per week ($99 a year). Man is this cool, or “What” ??<br>They even give you a “One to One” Notebook your first time to keep notes for each session in. <br><br>IF any of you have Mac friends who want to learn more and unleash their creativity, OR you have PC friends thinking of converting, Apple’s “One to One” is a GREAT tool and experience. … and it’s cheap too !! <br><br>There is one downside for you though.... if your friends go to many sessions, you'll have to hustle to keep up with them ! <br><br>David (OFI)
David (OFI)