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Its never too late - psychology

 

First of all, a bit of background: A high drill dropout,
stay-at-home mom until the age of 40, I wasn't too
motivated to learn. Then I read the next quote:
"Old Bureaucrat, my comrade, it is not you who are
to blame. No one ever helped you to escape. ?
Nobody grasped you by the shoulder while there
was still time. Now the clay of which you were
shaped has dried and hardened, and zilch in you
will ever arouse the sleeping musician, the poet,
the astronomer that probably inhabited you in
the beginning. "
(Antoine de Saint Exupery)

I didn't want it to be too late, so I complete high school,
then took a full-time cpu course, and finally
business courses. My ask to learn and my self-
confidence grew with each step forward.

I love using computers and realize that the more
you learn, the more there is to learn. So I accepted wisdom
I'd take a trip down recall lane:

  • My first central processing unit had no hard drive, but I still
    thought it was appealing neat.
  • The first time using an online address list - we
    were amazed to see movies of birds and animals,
    and in reality hear their sounds.
  • The first time we coupled to the Internet -
    hearing someone's voice and responding by
    standing in front of the examine and yelling into it.
  • The first ancestors newsletter, absolute with clip
    art and three columns, in black and white accurately every
    week for more or less a year and sent to my family.
  • My first emails to my daughter, so much easier
    than demanding to think of a long letter. As a replacement for I
    could send a line or two as equipment happened.
    Emails back and forth, to keep for future
    generations.
  • My first chat using a webcam; scrutiny my
    grand-daughter lift her new puppy up for
    me to see.
  • My first many chat, difficult to talk to daughter
    and granddaughter in two atypical cities at
    the same time and difficult not to get confused.
  • My first time aperture up a computer, with the
    aid of my subordinate mother, and adding together a cd
    rewritable drive.
  • Learning that you ought to at all times note where
    the screws came from or there will be one
    left over.

So many firsts, above all mistakes, too many of
those to count. I learned:

  • not to pull the plug out of the examine end or
    you will have to buy a new monitor.
  • not to fiddle with your check settings too
    much or you may not see anything.
  • not to carry on not including cutback your work every
    so often, if not you enjoy panic attacks.
  • not to choose communal chatting on MSN, but for
    you want to see a astonishing man's face on your
    screen maxim hello to you, just beforehand you
    quickly turn it off.
  • not to buy more software until you at least
    try the last one out first.
  • not to let your grandchildren print in colour
    as much as they like.
  • not to be expecting that your cpu will continually
    do what you want. It often has a mind of it's own.
  • not to sit for hours in front of the central processing unit
    without a break. No more meals at the desk.
  • And above all, not to ever, ever think you won't
    learn to tame that machine. No be of importance who you
    are, or how old you are, it's never too late 2 learn!

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