Slow Down And Do What?
Take a look at what’s happening on the web. In the past twenty-five years since the web gained its popularity through personal computer use in 1996, we are now up in arms about user privacy. And we should be. The trust and confidence between user and any company or service we use has been betrayed.
The fragmented aftermath spread across the web, and the idea of what could be a safe place to share information, learn, and have a meaningful conversation just left us cold. There is not a single person who has not been affected by the breach of user’s data. The implementation of the General Data Protection Rules (GDPR) is a welcome one.
The way you sync is it Mac OS or Windows OS? Either one will do, it’s personal preference.
All OS (operating system) sync across the devices you own. The Browser plays a large role, they all work with Mac and Windows OS. Now there is a built-in Windows to Mac migration in macOS.
This is where the slow down starts.
We’ve been integrating machines since they were first invented. Even the first typewriter invented in 1878 was tech revised and and commercialized. Remington produced the first typewriter on March 1, 1875, it had a QWERTY keyboard.
Electronic typewriters were patented in 1900. From 1970 to early 1980 typewriters transition. This is when office workers used electronic typewriters. The acceleration of technology happened quickly. The personal computer gained popularity in 1996 and the World Wide Web took off into the hands of everyone.
The technology we are using today has become complex because of the vast interconnected network of computers and the amount of people using the network at a given time. This complexity requires explanation because we are using sophisticated software.
The software was created by the generation that is supposedly ‘ignorant’ about technology. This is inaccurate as this is the generation that gave us the technology in use today.
What Tech Reality Are You Following?
Is it current, or outdated. How can you tell the difference if you don’t take the time to slow down to find out?
Some information persuades you this technology is exactly what you need; is it. This is where you slow down to find out first. Do a comparison, look for more information. After a while you’ll get to know the difference between a reputable source from a biased, persuasive resource.
Are you given an opportunity to know what you’re signing up for before you sign up and buy?
Awesome, cool, great, are the current replacements for; excited, easy, stoked. When you slow down you see the emptiness of the jargon.
Something is awesome if it is based on the merit of what it is.
Things can be cool and improved based on your experience.
It is great when it is remarkable.
Being excited is a genuine experience but it can’t be induced.
Something becomes easy after accepting the challenge and finding out how it works.
It is stoked when it is euphoric or delighted.
Slowing Down Introduces The Genuine
Transparency, and genuineness is now in question. Are you excited, ready, and all set to go, is a hype statement. The genuine has no hype. It is written with the intent to resolve and answer the question because the knowledge is behind the content.
We want things to be instant. We have been spoiled by technology, some things are automatically incorporated into the software and all you have to do is click the button, and the thing works. How it works is another detailed story.
The price you pay for not slowing down is too expensive. If you don’t know how to enable the Theme settings in your website, it won’t function. We are good at research, all we have to do is access the search engine to find information quickly.
Just Google It
Let’s say you Google a problem you’re having and find out you must have a particular string of code in your website. You go to the Code Editor section and delete the existing code and replace it with the one you think you should have.
If you slow down and check if this is the code you need before changing the code, you’ll find the right information. If you’re in a hurry and the code isn’t the right code, the website will crash.
Read the Information
The more you read about how the software works the more you will know. Technology is updated and improved everyday.
I have found technology works especially well, but I have to read the information, and slow down to keep pace.