♦ Periodically tech4boomers highlights articles that have tips, tricks and useful information. This week we want to call your attention to an article by Katherine Boehret, of the Wall Street Journal, which covers iPhone and iPad things you should get to know. Don’t forget to click the link provided for the details. A sample of what she covers is: ♦ how to directly access apps, ♦ how to Tap to scroll up, ♦ keyboard shortcuts, ♦ how to take screenshots, ♦ how to swipe search. In all she covers ten things you will want to know. Click this link for the article: via Ten Tips and Tricks Every iPhone and iPad User Should Know – WSJ.com.
Choosing Computer Monitors
♦The next article we think you will want to read is by Kate Murphy at the New York Times, Personal Tech section. This article covers what you should consider when buying a computer monitor. Since we spend sooo much time these days looking at computer screens, it’s important to know why you choose one monitor versus another, and how important the specs are. Ms. Murphy explains resolution, and how the picture elements (pixels) are supposed to give a sharper picture quality. However, that may be true only up to a point. Murphy checks with a retinal neuroscientist for his opinion. In addition, contrast ratio is explained. But, after all of this discussion it turns out “Response time is the first thing to look at”. Ergonomics play an important role when choosing a monitor. How monitor ergonomics affects eye, back, and neck strain is also reviewed. All said, this is an important article. Read more by clicking this link: via Things to Consider When Buying a Monitor – NYTimes.com.
I hope this is helpful 🙂