At least, it seems like most of my time (personal and professional) is spent using, seeking, enjoying, trouble-shooting, cursing, and exploring technology. So, figuring out ways to avoid having too many technological bad habits seemed like a good move.
Success = Christopher Null's recent PCWorld article, "The 21 Worst Tech Habits and How to Break Them," offers just the kind of tips I wanted about ways to avoid tech pitfalls.
My top 5 bad tech habits I plan to start fixing right away are
- not cleaning my equipment,
- sitting with bad posture at the computer,
- not taking breaks,
- not reading the FAQs, and
- never rebooting.