This is the time of year for traditions. A tradition of this column is helping techies get ready for the inevitable requests from family members to take a quick look at their computer.
It’s never quick.
Being the family tech is a thankless job. If you do one thing to help someone, for years after you will hear comments/requests such as, “I can’t find a file I downloaded” or “What did you do wrong when you fixed my computer?”
That column is still relevant. I’ve posted it to www.FamilyTechOnline.com if you want to check it out.
Despite the thanklessness, those of us not intimidated with technology often want to help our family. For seniors especially, having working technology keeps them in contact and engaged with family via Facebook and email. It helps them not feel isolated if family is not nearby.
Here’s a few new thoughts this year on that topic.
Read the rest at www.FamilyTechOnline.com