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Thursday, November 10, 2011

CNN: First nationwide alert test hits glitches

I don't know who was behind the keys, but it sure didn't go as well as they had expected. It must have been a great disappointment, after all that time and effort which went in to the preparations and I wouldn't be surprised if they will give it another go soon.

As long as you keep on trying, you can't fail. Just remember the first time you sat down behind a computer with no Computer Based Training whatsoever and actually had no clue what would happen when you hit the keys. If you had given up then, where would you be now?

In this age of technology, computers have become an essential part of our lives. Businesses rely on them and it may not be a bad idea to subject a newbie to a Computer Based Training to teach him the ropes, or how to work with a certain program.

Even when it comes to personal use it can be very beneficial to have some sort of Computer Based Training. It can save a lot of aggravation and frustration, because pushing the wrong key can result in a blue screen of death, or a frozen up computer. Nope, that is no glitch, believe me.

Been there, done that!



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