Back then companies that create and design complex electrical component used to manufacture equipment themselves. Since I’ve never gone to school for computers, most of my knowledge has been amassed by having to read PC books, asking help of other computer savvy friends or in some cases, resorting to an outside source to help me.Throughout the years it became clear to me that there were some things worth trying to fix myself, and other things I needed to call in an expert for. After all, we can’t all be good at all things, and fixing computers is definitely not my bag. With the invention of recovery disks and the (sometimes) better support you can receive for your computers and printers, getting help has become a little easier over the years, but it can still be nerve racking sitting on the phone talking, and holding, and talking and holding- with tech support on the phone trying to figure out what’s wrong with your system. Something that has come to my attention since my last comment is Facebook owns whatever you share. Facebook wants as many people using the system for “Free” because they mine your data. Great hub. I must be one of the dying breed who don’t use a cell phone. Pesky things! Needing charged up, topped up, always bleeping and twittering away when it’s not convenient. They sink to the bottom of your bag so caller hangs up before you can find them, they ring when you are driving or at the cinema. People can track you down when you are having a day to yourself wandering around favourite places to ask you to do things that you’s rather not. If you do a lot of sitting, you’re definitely not sitting alone; a November 2018 JAMA survey of nearly 6,000 American adults reports that one in four people sit for more than eight hours every day. As you might expect, that staggering statistic exerts an equally significant influence on the body â€” an influence that goes well beyond muscles to affect everything from the cardiovascular system to mental health. How would you like a Mediterranean cruise? Not possible for everyone, but certain Mediterranean cultures feature diets so healthful that lots of people try to emulate them. According to the Cleveland Clinic, nutrition experts years ago took note of typical diets in regions such as Crete, other parts of Greece and southern Italy, where life expectancy was high and heart disease rates were low. The Mediterranean diet includes seasonal foods with minimal processing, plenty of vegetables and whole grains, fresh fruit for dessert instead of sugary sweets, olive oil as the main fat, and moderate amounts of dairy products, fish and poultry.