Aha...you get bonus points for checking this page out. I like that. I figure there are two types of people who look at this page. The first is someone who wants to know if I allow others to submit a guest post or guest article. If you have a good tutorial you want to write that you think readers here will benefit from, please contact me. If this whole process seems foreign to you, Darren Rowse has some good advice on guest blogging. If the article looks good, I'll show you as the author and provide a resource box where you can describe yourself and your website if you have one. At this stage, I'm not taking product reviews, but may consider this in the future.
The second group of people coming to this page want to know who I am. I like to say I'm a life-long learner that is constantly intrigued by technology, but that usually puts me in the bucket labeled "propeller head". I'm a business professional that has been around PCs since the early 80's. This site is a passion and not my primary job. I've run support organizations, online bulletin board systems and training programs. I got started with PCs when few people knew which PC operating system would prevail. This was well before Microsoft came out with Windows. And yes, I've seen the rise and fall of both Microsoft and Apple.
In the last 20+ years, I have witnessed the continuous frustration of users with personal technology. Seldom can I go to my favorite cafe without someone asking a question or sharing a problem. Sometimes even knowing the right question to ask is a challenge for folks. Many of those questions have turned into articles. The common denominator is all these people are frustrated and want their stuff to work.
This site is about teaching you more about the tools you own. I like to think people have a portfolio of tools which might include their Windows PC, PDA, cell phone and so on. I know you don't have the time to read the manuals. Many of you are professionals without the benefit of a corporate support staff. You're busy doing your job and may not have the opportunity to try new programs or services.
My goal is to teach you about these tools through short articles with easy instructions and language. I also provide additional content on some articles with flash tutorials and reports. The content covers many areas ranging from explaining tech terms to showing you a program feature. I might even throw in a fun website every now and then just to remind you that all work and no play is unproductive.
I also want to stress I'm not affiliated with any PC company or association. All the site revenues are from special reports or ad networks. I do not receive compensation from companies whose products I've mentioned. At various times, I have used affiliate ads and may do so in the future.
I am serious when I said I get most of my article ideas from friends and co-workers. But, I'm always looking for topic ideas. If you have a question on how to do something, feel free to use the Contact link. I can't guarantee I'll write an article on the topic, but I'd love to see what's on your mind.
And thanks for reading.
Last Updated (Sunday, 29 April 2012 09:50)