On Wednesday, December 29, 2010, you’re invited to attend (in person or virtually) a hands-on workshop I’ll lead in Oklahoma City titled, “iPhone & iPad Apps for Fun & Productivity.” Workshop registration is available via EventBrite. The workshop description is:
Bring your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch to this hands-on, interactive workshop as together we explore some of the best applications for productivity as well as fun available for Apple’s mobile devices! Free as well as commercial apps will be demonstrated including applications for education, photo sharing, news, social networking, digital storytelling, musical expression, art, audio recording, games, and more! If you have an iOS device (iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch) you’ll learn about a wealth of useful as well as engaging applications in this dynamic workshop.
If anyone in your family will be receiving new iOS devices or iTunes gift cards this holiday season, this workshop will provide a great opportunity to learn about new apps! More information is also available for those attending (or considering attending) the workshop virtually via Ustream.tv.
A 1 page PDF informational flyer about this workshop is available.
iPhone & iPad Apps for Fun & Productivity
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