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frostyguy72

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    frostyguy72 got a reaction from SlimyPython in Experiences with non-techies   
    I do IT work in a fairly large school, here's some recent examples: 
     
     One of the teachers called me the other day to tell me she lost the remote to her smartboard. She has one of the new projector-less models which do not come with remotes. Teacher swears she's been using a "smartboard remote thing" for a year. I still haven't figured out what kind of remote she had or what she could have possibly been doing with it.
     
    I get one or two calls per month with someone telling me their computer is broken. It's not turned on. 
     
    A rather large office assistant used a pc as a step-stool. Did not end well for the assistant or the machine. 
     
    You'd be amazed at the amount of people that can't master the fine art of logging into outlook. 
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    frostyguy72 got a reaction from Schnoz in Experiences with non-techies   
    I do IT work in a fairly large school, here's some recent examples: 
     
     One of the teachers called me the other day to tell me she lost the remote to her smartboard. She has one of the new projector-less models which do not come with remotes. Teacher swears she's been using a "smartboard remote thing" for a year. I still haven't figured out what kind of remote she had or what she could have possibly been doing with it.
     
    I get one or two calls per month with someone telling me their computer is broken. It's not turned on. 
     
    A rather large office assistant used a pc as a step-stool. Did not end well for the assistant or the machine. 
     
    You'd be amazed at the amount of people that can't master the fine art of logging into outlook. 
  3. Funny
    frostyguy72 got a reaction from SPARTAN VI in Experiences with non-techies   
    I do IT work in a fairly large school, here's some recent examples: 
     
     One of the teachers called me the other day to tell me she lost the remote to her smartboard. She has one of the new projector-less models which do not come with remotes. Teacher swears she's been using a "smartboard remote thing" for a year. I still haven't figured out what kind of remote she had or what she could have possibly been doing with it.
     
    I get one or two calls per month with someone telling me their computer is broken. It's not turned on. 
     
    A rather large office assistant used a pc as a step-stool. Did not end well for the assistant or the machine. 
     
    You'd be amazed at the amount of people that can't master the fine art of logging into outlook. 
  4. Funny
    frostyguy72 got a reaction from Pascal... in Experiences with non-techies   
    I do IT work in a fairly large school, here's some recent examples: 
     
     One of the teachers called me the other day to tell me she lost the remote to her smartboard. She has one of the new projector-less models which do not come with remotes. Teacher swears she's been using a "smartboard remote thing" for a year. I still haven't figured out what kind of remote she had or what she could have possibly been doing with it.
     
    I get one or two calls per month with someone telling me their computer is broken. It's not turned on. 
     
    A rather large office assistant used a pc as a step-stool. Did not end well for the assistant or the machine. 
     
    You'd be amazed at the amount of people that can't master the fine art of logging into outlook. 
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    frostyguy72 reacted to JacobFW in How to center heading in HTML   
    Pro tip for trying to get shit aligned in html:  make sure all sharp objects are out of arm's reach.  You will be tempted to use them on yourself.

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    frostyguy72 got a reaction from Hi P in Memorizing Programming Languages   
    I forget things that I did in the morning by the time lunch rolls around. Don't be afraid to consult past work or documentation. The key to memorization is repetition. Repeat something enough and you'll memorize it. And then forget it. And then memorize it again. Rinse and repeat. 
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