We’re all frustrated that we can’t meet face to face. “Social distancing” is not fun, but it’s so necessary at this time to keep us all safer and healthier. So, what do you do when your tech links to the outside world start acting up? Call us for remote help.
We’re pleased to report that we’ve been having great success helping people with their iPhone questions, and iPhone screen sharing has been working like a charm, along with Mac and PC remote support. You will need TeamViewer to receive remote help. Please download it by clicking the links to your devices below:
Not sure whether your needs can be handled remotely? Reply to this email with any questions, or click here for other ways to contact us.
Where you get your news really does matter in a time of crisis
Misinformation machines have gone into a frenzy with the Coronavirus. Learn how a small scientific study was misinterpreted by a national health minister, and the army of misinformation experts that magnified the resulting misleading message about the safety of over the counter pain medications. Where you get your news from matters!
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Tech Break: Tub Time!
Take time away from your screen, and let the healing powers of water soothe your muscles
Have a bathtub? Use it! A hot bath is a great cure for muscle tension & stress. Let your head and neck float freely in the water, and feel tension melt away. For an extra relaxing experience that your muscles will thank you for, dissolve 2 cups of epsom salts in the water.
Don't have a bathtub? No problem! Use your shower's water pressure directly on neck, chest, and back muscles.
Jensen Gelfond is the Owner Asheville Digital Lifestyle, helps people use their technology more effectively and joyfully.