At Macstock 2016, Jodi and Melissa show us how to bridge the Digital Divide in this entertaining and informative session on helping our seniors navigate and use new technology. They highlight tips for keeping your cool while teaching your parent or grandparent how to use that shiny new tool.
The iPad Pro now has a 9.7″ screen along with its big brother 12.9″ screen. With both these choices, the iPad Pro could be your primary computing device and you could leave your laptop behind. But should you? Can the iPad Pro be your primary computing device?
Apple is the first major technology company to provide built-in accessibility for its entire product line. The fact that the accessibility is built-in means there is no additional cost for the customer. It also means that a blind Mac owner can independently install the operating system from scratch because accessibility is part of the OS X operating system and not bolted on after the fact.
We live in an amazing time when access to technology is almost endless. Your Mac and iOS devices are awesome, but how can you use them to learn a new skill or craft? Better yet, how can you use them to teach a whole new generation? At Macstock Conference 2016, Adam explores techniques you can use to teach and learn new skills in the areas of science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM).
There have been lots of jokes and sayings about living in the future. Well, we do. Is it what we hoped for? What are we doing with it? At Macstock Conference 2016, Chuck will remind you just how cool it is to be where we are now, what we can do with it, and what we can look forward to.