Articles tagged: change
When free services seem to change arbitrarily, it’s easy to wonder if they’re paying attention to their customers. They probably are — just not the ones you think.
It’s common to ask “Why?” when it comes to computers. It’s also common to be frustrated with the answer.
Malicious intent is commonly understood to be the cause of technological trials and tribulations. It’s usually the wrong assumption to make.
Every time Facebook makes a change to its interface, many people want to go back to what was. I’ll discuss just how realistic that desire is.
I frequently advise people what to do about unexpected and undesirable software changes. It’s time for me to take my own advice.
Some people call themselves “dumb” or “stupid” when it comes to computers. There’s little that frustrates me more.
There is one approach to life — one setting in your psyche — that affects your experience with technology much more than any lack of skill or knowledge.
Believe it or not, there’s one change you can make that can dramatically impact how well your technology works for you.
Five Tips to get the most out of your technology. Tip #2: Never Stop Learning
The first in a video series “Five Tips to get the most out of your technology.” – Tip #1: Coping With Change
Some high-level results from my 2015 reader survey – what’s bugging you? I now have a better clue.
After a week of random problems I felt the need to remind myself of how how amazing and wonderful technology can really be.
Online change is inevitable. The problem is, of course, when a service’s ‘improvements’ are viewed as just the opposite by some.
Over the past several weeks I’ve surveyed my newsletter readers. The response has been overwhelming, and it’s time to share some of the results and a few of my take-aways.
As I mark the newsletter #500 milestone, I’ve elected to make a couple of minor changes to Ask Leo!. I’ll tell you what’s up, what’s changing, and why. I think you’ll like it.
“Getting used to it” might not always be ideal, but being open to it can result in sometimes surprising improvements. Besides, you’re doing it already, almost every day.
We might call it the march of technological progress. Computers can do more and we expect software to do more. That does leave those of us with older machines in a difficult spot.