Tips and tutorials for using technology in your work.
In today’s Tech Tip Chet provides an understanding of Ransomware, malicious software that can be embedded on your computer and then eitehr locks up your comptuer or encrypts your data, with a demand for payment for releasing your computer or data. This is preventable – Chet outlines the steps to help avoid this tech disaster.
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In today’s Quick Tech Tip Chet shares how you can use the built-in tool to precisely go to the character you want to edit in any text application on your iPhone or iPad.
In today’s Tech Tip Chet shares his view why Typos ARE your fault – or well, at least your responsibility.
In today’s Tech Tip Chet shares how he uses the Speech to Text app built into the Apple iOS on his iPhone and iPad.
In today’s Tech Tip Chet shares how he uses iCloud (the Pages app) on his laptop and also his iPhone – how you can use this even on the computer at the Business Desk of your hotel, and contribute to your original document/s.
In today’s Tech Tip Chet shares how you can use DropBox to write your documents across multiple devices using DropBox and compatible apps.
Links for resources mentioned in the video:
Focus Writer software – https://gottcode.org/focuswriter/
Text Editor (Plain Text App for iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/texteditor-plain-rich-text-editor-and-word-processor/id296222961?mt=8
In today’s Tech Tip Chet shares how you can use Drive (Google Drive) to write your next book, paper, blog posts, etc. This enables you to add your thoughts when you have inspiration and time – even if it’s across multiple devices (computer, tablet, iPad, iPhone).
In today’s Tech Tip Chet introduces a website that can help check your grammar and spelling more completely. You can upload documents for a grammar/spelling check, and even use a web browser extension to write better blog posts, social media posts, and more.
In today’s Tech Talk, Chet shares Easy Ergonomics – quick tips for ensuring your body position will provide comfort while computing.
In today’s Tech Talk, Chet shares the importance of taking care of your eyes while using computers.
With many people spending 3+ hours a day using computers, it’s very important to practice a few tips to ensure you avoid CVS or Computer Vision Syndrome which is estimated to affect some 90% of those using computers during their work day. If you deal with eye fatigue, headaches, dizziness, trouble focusing and more – first, check with your optometrist and then practice these quick tips to improve your eye health.