A few quick and easy ways to help your parents use the Internet
October 5, 2013
As a person lucky enough to be born in the age of technology and all sorts of gadgetry, you often get awarded the privilege of providing your behind-the-times elders some idiot-proof instruction to the ways of the online world. They know the Internet is this great, big, powerful thing, and they know that you are the best person to tell them exactly how to use it.
For the Web-savvy generation, every mundane task becomes second nature, an automatic response, making it harder for you to provide simple-term coaching to your poor folks who only want to understand the difference between a browser and a search engine (we’ll get to that later). For this reason, we’ve come up with a comprehensive tutorial on giving tutorials for some of the most common Internet-related tasks your parents want taught to them. A couple of useful tools for more effective instruction-giving will also be provided so that your patience (and full head of hair) will remain intact.
Read the whole article here: http://www.digitaltrends.com/social-media/teaching-your-parents-how-to-internet-the-basics/
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