Safe Online Shopping Tip #5

Don't Give Away Your Golden Nuggets of Personal Info

In today’s Tech Tip Chet Davis shares some encouragement to not give away too much of your personal information and details.  Some online offers and shopping carts ask for optional details about you – choose to avoid sharing non-required details as your privacy matters!

Safe Online Shopping Tip #3

Should You Use Debit or Credit Card?

In today’s Tech Tip Chet Davis shares whether you should use a Credit or Debit Card when shopping online (yes, there is a strong recommendation to use one of these but not the other).  There are more safeguards and protections for you as a consumer with the use of a Credit Card online – we […]

Secure and Safe Shopping Online Tip #1 How to Check a Company or Product

Check out the offer before you check out with your $$

In today’s Tech Tip Chet Davis shares thoughts about researching or checking a company or product to see if it’s legit and not a lemon. There are some products, sales, and offers that sound too good to be true – and sometimes they are! We’ll look at a suggestion for checking the complaints of a […]

“Interview: Staying Safe With Tech – Chet Davis Your Technology Tutor”
by Valda Boyd Ford interviews Chet Davis

In recognition of National Computer Safety Day I wanted to share this interview captured a few months back on my friends radio program. The topic is Safe Tech:

Today we will practice safe “tech”! There is so much potential in using today’s technology from dating to banking to conferencing, However, there are so many places where we can expose our finances, our future and our family with less aware technology practices. Chet will share a few tips that will help you feel more secure while staying safe using tech.
Listen to “Chet Davis – Your Technology Tutor” on Spreaker.

Everyone’s A Photographer?

Everyone's A Photographer?
November 7, 2017

I was speaking last year at an event with a panel of photographers. There was a Q&A afterwards and someone asked me what I thought about this idea that “everyone is a photographer.” I told her I agreed. Everyone is a photographer – an excerpt from Photographer, Author, and Nomad David duChemin in his blog post “Everyone’s A Photographer“… a great thought piece that speaks to the proliferation of cameras in our world and the many people who use these cameras to capture the moments of their day. You can read the full post – click here.

Mind your body position while computing…

I didn't last week and paid the price big time!

Some six months ago I shared some thoughts about your body position while using a computer, in a video I called Easy Ergonomics.  Last week I was working many hours on a video for a family friend, one day with some 5 hours editing on my laptop computer.  Not necessarily a problem by itself but […]