Technology and I have a love-hate relationship. (Am I alone in this? I think not!)
We get along OK at work. In the office I sit at a computer all day, every day. I can whip up and professionally edit letters, memos, reports, articles. I’m a whiz at PowerPoint – most of our client presentations are created there. It’s easy to combine text, images, charts and graphs, into one file – which can be printed and bound into booklets, or projected on screen, or PDF’d and emailed. I can even balance my chequebook using Excel. And I’m capable of organizing the work lives of six people using Outlook.
What I’m not so good at is the myriad aspects of Technology that change more quickly than I can adapt.
I am always excited when I navigate into some helpful information or a good deal. For example, I recently was alerted to a special offer at GraphicStock.com: download as many images as you want within 7 days FOR FREE! So off I went… It was easy to do but very time-consuming looking at all the collections of images. Once I made my selections, copied and saved them, I thought – now what?
So I decided to experiment a bit, try some out here, see what you think.
Check out http://www.graphicstock.com/ if you’re interested in beefing up your image collection. And can I hear an “Amen”?