...and save your patience!
You or a loved one may be the recipient of a shiny new tech toy this holiday season. While each new advance in electronics promises to be the most user-friendly ever, it's fairly common to experience some stress and anxiety while learning how to use and play with a new gadget. Sometimes, it can be even more stressful if a helpful friend or family member tries to pitch in. While this post won't help all holiday family stress, it can help lessen the tension by recommending great how-to videos from Atomic Training. Just in time for this season, Atomic Training has loaded up all-new tutorials for using tablets, computers, smart phones, and HDTV & home theater set-up. Their tutorials can help with the latest systems like iOS 7 and Windows 8.1, software like Google Drive and Pro Tools, and various apps for all devices.
All you need to access Atomic Training is an Austin Public Library card and an internet connection. It's easy to browse through the site and see what's available, or you can search for specific programs or hardware. You'll find a ton of relevant tutorials under the Additional Training tab and by clicking on the Online Workshops link. So bookmark this post, refer to it as needed, and the peace you bring to your loved ones while they're wrestling with the latest gadget will be the best holiday gift of all.
Picture of a family's snowball battle—caused by the stress of programming a VCR—courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.