About PK Tech Bits
The "PK" stands for Paul Kruschwitz, an I.T. guy over 50 who is in a tough job market. I am easy to 'Google'. If that expression is new to you, you are in the right place.
Let's face it, learning technology is the same as learning another language. There are more Spanish speakers in the United States than ever before, so we might find ourselves feeling a little isolated when in a Spanish speaking crowd.
The reason I have started with this analogy is because people often 'feel stupid' because they know nothing about computer technology... they 'do not speak the language.' In the same fashion as with not speaking Spanish, you begin to feel isolated when you do not know how to use a smart phone, tablet, or computer.
PK Tech Bits was created to provide 'the older crowd' a place where they can go and get short focused answers. The videos are limited to about 5 minutes to insure that a person has time to digest the information without getting overwhelmed. When we were younger, we could absorb new things like a sponge. But now we feel like worn wash clothes. Expect it to take a little while to begin to understand.
A Personal Endeavor
If I were independently wealthy, I would do this all for free. However, if these videos prove to be helpful to you... please consider donating according to you means. Even an occasional $5 (minus 30 cents and 4% fees) can add up. We make no money off of YouTube and it costs over $600 a year for website and support tools. Not to mention the time invested.
For the bookkeeping end of things, PK Tech Bits is going to be a subsidiary of the MK Quilts company. (www.mkquilts.com) Yes, "MK" is my wife. If you use one of these Paypal links below, you can easily send us a little money. Please leave a comment when you do.
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We use TeamViewer, an application that allows us to view and control your screen. NEVER NEVER EVER allow someone you do not know and trust to take control of your computer. There are many scammers out there that will at best charge you hundreds of dollars for fixing what they broke in the first place. So research and get to know us. We want to be your mature and trusted I.T. resource.