IMHO is One to One .<br>I signed up last week as my BDay present to myself.<br><br>I get 52 one hour sessions for only $99 !! (1 per week - cost $2 !! ) <br>I can schedule up to 2 weeks in advance, at ANY Apple store, and times are somewhat flexible to meet your schedule. AND they have dozens of topics. You can even bring in a project and they'll help you !!<br>Even as long as I have been using Macs (20+ years) - I figure I can still learn a lot esp. with the new software iWork 08 and iLife 08, and think what's going to happen when Leopard comes out ? <br><br>I think this is the best offer Apple has on anything.<br>It's ideal for newbies and switchers... one topic is Mac 101 ! <br>perfecto, heh??<br><br>Spread this around to your Windows friends who are thinking of switching but are worrying about the learning curve.<br> One to One - 52 hours of personal tutoring, and only $99 !!<br><br>LOOK here <br><br><br>David (OFI)
is this a paid advertisment?<br>I think apple can afford to blow their own horn.<br>thank you kindly.<br><br> whenever i see a [color:red]r</font color=red>[color:blue]a</font color=blue>i[color:purple]n</font color=purple>b[color:orange]o</font color=orange>[color:green]w</font color=green> i know god is having gay sex
_________________________ whenever i see a [red]r[/red][blue]a[/blue]i[purple]n[/purple]b[orange]o[/orange][green]w[/green] i know god is having gay sex
Too funny. This coming from a guy who is using Solo beverages as his avatar. Is that a paid advertisement? <br><br>I don't believe that it's a requirement to post in every thread. Move on.<br><br>Personally I appreciated this post because I found out something I didn't know.<br><br>
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