Some people would just like to get on with their lives and not be any more addicted to computers and having too many keystrokes for things they do sitting at their computer keyboards. The book gives a plan people can use to have fewer keystrokes and less computer addiction. More
Computers can be so useful! You can do hobbies on them, get movies and books, watch documentaries and soaps, get advice and information, news and sport. As well, you can use them to help you with a diet and exercise plan, look up health advice. Really, they are like an old-fashioned TV, the library, a bookshop, and lots of other shops that used to go to. But better! And all in your own living room or spare room. You can go on your computer all the time! Also, a lot of the stuff is free! Really, computers are ubiquitous for everything you might want to do normally. Yet, some people find it all too many keystrokes, screen time or using a microphone. Today, computer addicts as they might see themselves now when they have started to worry about computers and how much they use them would just like to get on with their lives again instead. And not be any more addicted to computers and having too many keystrokes. This is for things they do sitting at their computers and using their keyboards. The book gives a plan people can use to have fewer keystrokes and less computer addiction.
Earnest Long, the author, has some experience or none of what he writes. His stories and books are in the best tradition of storytelling. He lives on his own and writes. And when not writing, he watches the TV or chats to girls.
Keystroke Savers for Computer Addicts, Book 4, Plan Audiobook
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About the Series: Keystroke Savers for Computer Addicts Series
These are books about how to save keystrokes for computer addicts. People spend too long on their computers and they worry about it. In particular they worry about how many keystrokes they use. Also, they might worry about screen time or using a microphone too much.