I’ve been using Windows my whole life, and the only segue I’ve had into Apple was my obsession with the iPod Nano, 6th Generation – which I still have, and pulled out just for this post. Every job that I’ve had has used Windows, and every course I’ve taken in school also used Windows; so, I […]
A “non-computer person/user” is kind of a vague term, but I lump non-computer people into that category of: “I need to access computers, but I’m not sure how to set it up and I don’t really know what this thing really does nor do I care so long as it does its job.” A lot […]
I forgot a lot of the important features that are available in Adobe Premiere Pro, and so both of these videos fell flat in terms of detail and clarity.
Providing some kind of directions for creating passwords can be beneficial for helping users to create complex passwords that are easy for them to remember
I believe that changes, procedures or otherwise, are going to receive some kind of dissent. These five things should help the transition.
You find value in your tech knowledge, and potential employers will too – as soon as they see a title that they can associate with what you know.
I want to delete the Button Consulting video so badly that I can practically taste the joy I would feel from doing so. Unfortunately, I don’t think I would learn anything that way.
Copyrights are extremely important for guaranteeing that new ideas and creations aren’t immediately squelched upon launch by larger entities that are possibly in the same market.
In online communities, there are constant discussions on whether or not it is better to have many followers (most of them fake) or to have a few good followers (most of them real).