"A computer will do what you tell it to do, but that may be much different from what you had in mind." --Joseph Weizenbaum
- You can learn...
- computing terminology
- Internet and WWW
- online safety
- Web browser basics
- spam reduction
- online journaling
- social network use
- office productivity software
- word processors
- slide deck software
- database access
- light programming
- computer-aided creativity
- music composition
- 3D modeling
- digital photo and video
- open source software
- much more.
Computers are nearly everywhere, these days. I believe it's important to know how to use them, or at least what people mean when they talk about them.
I want to help you transcend the arcane.
My philosophy on computers is that machines should work and people should think. Computer programs ought to be written as efficiently as is feasible. Software ought to be written with stability and security at the heart of the programmer's aim.
Whatever operating system you use or want to use, Lincoln Sayger's Lessons can help.
I can help you get the most out of open-source software or your proprietary system.
What do you want to do with computers? Give me a call and learn how.
I believe in making sure an exchange is mutually beneficial. To ensure you get the best value on my services, I like to negotiate non-package rates on an individual basis, at the end of the first session.
Prices are dependent on number of sessions, subject matter covered, etc.
A usual rate for services in this category is $17-30/hr.
Discounts are available. Ask how to get up to 50% off. Ask about a limited number of no-cost lessons.
Lincoln Sayger's Lessons operates mainly in Okaloosa County, Florida. In-person lessons outside the county require a travel surcharge.
Sometimes, a companion along the path of learning is sufficient. If you need help with something I haven't listed (and something I don't know very well), I offer a special program for that. Subject to my approval (for example, I won't attempt things where lack of expertise could be physically dangerous), I'll learn along with you, and you get a greatly reduced rate.
Lincoln Sayger has a bachelor of arts in communications from the University of West Florida. Since 2002, he has taught children and adults in many subjects.