The Mac Doc is South Florida's premiere Apple® Macintosh
® Systems Consultant, as well as an Avid/Digidesign® Pro Tools® specialist with over 22 years' experience. You simply won't find anyone in South Florida who is better at teaching, administering and troubleshooting Macs and Mac-based networks.
Paul brings his many years of experience to any and every possible situation in all kinds of environments - from advertising and public relations, manufacturing and sales, to graphic design and the recording studio - Paul has helped countless individuals and organizations to realize their dreams using Apple® products since 1992.
A graduate of Berklee College Of Music
majoring in Music Production and Engineering, Paul is also a highly accomplished musician, producer, recording engineer and composer.
As one example, Paul's audio expertise was employed by classic rock band Pink Floyd for their 1994 US tour.
SENIORS! You qualify for a 20% discount on The Mac Doc's regular rates! Also, please remember that your first hour with Paul is protected by WyzAnt’s Good Fit Guarantee: You don't pay for tutoring unless you decide he's a good fit!
4 hours notice required
Seniors receive a big discount off the normal rate!
One hour minimum per lesson.
Must cancel/reschedule a lesson with more than 4 hours' notice to avoid penalties.
Travels within 30 miles of Pompano Beach, FL 33060
Tutors have the ability to create educational resources and share them with the WyzAnt community.
Here are some of the resources created by Paul.
View all of Paul’s resources
We all want things to last. People always got photo albums handed down to them. With everything being digital and possibly cloud-based, what is there to actually "hand down?" Just ones and zeroes. The data itself needs to be archived.
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If you've ever run into an issue with Safari where it stalls and never loads a web page, yet other browsers work okay, then this just might be the answer to your dreams.
Since Safari tries to load a page and then immediately fails, and you've verified you
do have Internet access with another browser like Firefox, it's safe to assume there's a DNS issue (if DNS breaks, you simply...
As the iPhone 6 is released, many people are being notified on their older models that iOS 8 is available for download. And as usual, many people are blindly clicking through the upgrade without stopping to understand what they're doing and why. Most are
also disregarding any warnings to back up their data before performing the upgrade.
Here's a post I saw from just today. It's...