Why do you need to read another blog?
Don’t Bang Your Head.
The name came to me as I listened to friends and family get increasingly frustrated when dealing with technology. We have witnessed a paradigm shift in how we work and play but it seems that the advances are happening faster than we can keep up with. And the confusion just seems to keep growing.
What is the Cloud, is it safe and why do I care? Do I need social media, should I be on Facebook, LinkedIn, should I be tweeting and what on earth is Pinterest? How do I get all those photos out of my phone and what can I use to make my business/organization/husband work smarter without spending more money?
What is….? How do I….? Why should I……? Can I throw my….. out of the window?
Don’t Bang Your Head will attempt to make sense of everyday technology, to answer the questions that perplex and frustrate us and introduce you to new ideas, tools and gadgets. I admit to being a technofile: I love all things tech and am excited to share my passion with any one who follows this blog.
Let’s open a conversation. Send me your questions to email@example.com, add your comments to the articles that interest you and let’s remember to have some fun.
And please, when you get frustrated, send a question but please don’t bang your head!
Who am I?
I fell in love with technology over 10 years ago when I got involved with my first start-up after having operated a successful commercial design company for over two decades. I am a Co-Founder of FeedbackNow, a company that captures your customer’s feedback, grows your email database and builds loyalty at the point of experience, while your customers are in your store, or your chair.
I currently serve as a consultant to a number of established and emerging companies, advising them on their go-to-market strategies and am available to help you grow your business.
I love to write and serve the editor for InfoStreet’s Small Business Blog and have had articles published recently in eWeek, Computing Now and Brilliant Results. And of course, Don’t Bang Your Head, which is part work and a whole lot of fun.