One Click Or Two?

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    I've been too busy today to think much about taking pictures, and am too tired to plan anything exciting.

    However part of today's work has involved producing an interesting picture for some promotional stuff for our business. And we hit on Lego as being a fun idea to use. So here it is; Catherine and I about to embark on some IT training for one of our hapless clients.

    The title is Catherine's; it's a frequent question from customers who are completely new to computers - single-click, double-click and right-click are a whole new world for them.

    The nice thing about Lego, of course, is it gives nice bright vivid colours, so I just scrape into today's FGR theme.

    JETfri, johngarghan, Sarah_G, and 13 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. sef_lopod 53 months ago | reply

      Are they hapless because they're your clients? ;-)

    2. JETfri 53 months ago | reply

      I have these discussions about one click or two often with my mom, she is a Mac user, I'm faithful to my boring PC.

    3. pasukaru76 53 months ago | reply

      What this guy needs is a mouse.

    4. Jacqi B 53 months ago | reply

      Love it!
      thanks for playing my day.

    5. johngarghan 53 months ago | reply

      Reminds me of when i went to deliver a Advanced Excel Power User course, and when I said "please click on..." someone said "What do you mean by click"? they had never used a PC before. the training company had sold the course based on a fixed price regardless of how many delegates. there was only one person in a class of 12 who should of been on the course

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