When you have multiple spine issues, technology comes in for the win on a snowy day! Did I hear you say, “What do I mean by this statement?” Well! Let me share using low tech devices such as a Snow Joe Cordless snowblower does for someone like me.
Low tech devices designed to be light and easy may provide support for the physically challenged, along with independence. Snow Joe comes with the bonus of being easy to maintain due to its battery run low tech simplistic system. Of course, the geek in me dreams about a lightweight robotic snowblower that can run on autopilot. Perhaps, someday this will come to fruition.
I’m excited about the Google Docs’ Editors (Slides, Docs, Sheets, Forms) easy access support feature! No need to struggle; go to the toolbar, and click help! In the dropdown list which opens select training. Following these steps will open the Google Workspace Learning Center. In the learning center for the individual doc’s editors, you will find sections focused on the following topics:
Doc’s Editor (Slides, Sheets, Forms, Docs) Basics
I view offering APP features such as the Google Workspace products Learning Center as both a timesaver and stress reliever. Following is a link providing a training listing for Google Workspace products offered in the Google Workspace Learning Center:
Recently for a combo birthday and retirement gift, I bought an Oculus Quest 2 Virtual Reality (VR) Headset. I purchased it with the intent of staying physically active during a COVID winter. Winters in my area tend to be cold and snowy. During the winter months, it is not unusual to seek out indoor gyms for activities. However, this winter is very different from others due to the COVID challenge.
I’m a person over 60 and with multiple risks. Due to my risks, it only seemed natural to use virtual reality for supporting exercise during a winter of isolation. I’m finding my journey with the Oculus Quest 2 VR Headset is quite beneficial for my health. Within the first few weeks of exploring exercise, dance, and sport demo APPS, healthy changes occurred. I immediately started to see a drop in blood pressure. The biggest surprise was noticing my balance and movement was flowing more freely. As a person with multiple neuro-muscular spine issues, this was exciting!
I’m an advocate for using technology supports for unleashing new possibilities for those who struggle due to physical, cognitive, and emotional challenges. Virtual Reality tools may be the key to open doors for others with disabilities on their journey for a better lifestyle.
Today on Thanksgiving, I’m finding myself grateful for the YouTube commenter who asked, “How to Move Bulleted Lists around in a Google Doc?” Sometimes when our tech skills are beyond the average user, we tend to forget simple tasks that may cause challenges for other people.
Thank you to the person who reached out to me seeking help. It provides me pleasure to lend a helping hand by sharing the directions for moving both bulleted lists and sub-bullets around in a Google Doc. I hope this saves precious time for someone.
Recently I had a user in one of the Google Help Communities ask, “Where did the advanced sharing settings go in a Google Drive File?” Well, they are still there! It’s just the share settings taken on a modern look. You can now locate the advanced share settings by clicking on the gear (settings) icon in the upper right of the share screen. The advanced share settings still provide the following tools:
Stop editors by changing sharing settings or permissions
Stop viewers and commenters from downloading, printing, and copying
All you have to do is uncheck the box to the feature tool you’d like to block.