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Light, More or Less and Managing “Stuff” at HTLC

HI Touch Learning Clinic 7 March 2015

By Eugene Villaluz HMAUS members devoted the full day to fundamentals… photography in the morning and backup and storage in the afternoon at the March clinic. Washington Apple Pi member Neil “Fergie” Ferguson visited our group and shared how he records their user group meetings and makes the videos available online. Fergie will be returning […]

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Where’s My Ritspik?

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We’re honored to have Hawaii artist Lynn Young give a short talk at the February HI Touch Learning Clinic about her recently completed book Where’s My Ritspik? Lynn will share her personal discoveries leading up to the milestone. She won’t talk about the technology; though it was created using her iPhone, Macintosh and InDesign. Lynn […]

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MacaSutra

Terrence Young at HMAUS 35

Our HI TLC High Touch Tech Session for February will be moderated by HMAUS love guru Terrence Young. Improve your relationship with technology by learning how to connect with your devices. Our “user friendly” guru will help you to understand the ins-and-outs of cabling peripherals, drives and devices. Terrence will moderate the session with casual […]

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2015 HI Touch Learning Survey Results

2015 HTLC Survey

The results of our 2015 HI Touch Learning Clinic Survey show that a large portion of our members are interested in learning about graphics and imaging. The results also indicate strong interest in communications, security and basic skills. We’ll be using this information to help us plan our programs for 2015. It will also be […]

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