(PRWEB) April 16, 2005
Enough is enough! Self confessed Internet research addict Jason Lewis, got so bogged down with his momÂs constant requests for help using Google, he decided to do something about itÂ
JasonÂs mom Pam Lewis aged 60, an ex postal worker from Rushden in the UK, recently retired from full-time work. After getting a new computer she began using the Internet, but found it very frustrating as she often struggled to find the information she was looking for.
After Jason recommended Google.com to his mom, Pam did start to get somewhere, but would still regularly seek JasonÂs advice and help.
Unfortunately, as a busy father of 2, with an Internet business to run, Jason felt the strain as he was constantly going back and forth to his momÂs house giving her tuition.
At Last, An Easy Way To Master GoogleÂ
Then in early February this year, Jason came up a great idea. Using the latest screen capture technology, he would record himself using GoogleÂs various research tools, and give the video examples to his mom for guidence.
He used a michrophone to talk her through everything step-by-step, so that she could understand what he was doing on the screen. Not wanting to miss anything out, Jason went on to record 4 hours and 12 minutes of video tutorials.
Dozens Of Example Searches Using Google, All Captured On Video
Jason carried out dozens of example searches using GoogleÂs basic and advanced search tools, their image search engine, Froogle, Google Groups, the translation tool, Google Alerts, Google Directory, Google News, and also the Google Toolbar.
Not wanting to give his poor mom information overload, Jason also split everything up into 34 smaller, easy to manage videos.
The response from Pam was overwhelming, as she found the videos an absolute godsend. She now could get all the help she needed, whenever she wanted it, without having to get Jason on the phone, or over to her house.
Word Of Mouth Soon SpreadÂ
Pam couldnÂt keep the videos to herself, and soon passed copies round to other family members and friends. The feedback from everyone was fantastic, particularly because everything is presented on video, without the need to trawl through a huge book to learn everything.
This Made Learning How To Use Google So Much More Enjoyable
People who said they wouldnÂt normally study anything like this, found themselves captivated, as they watched the videos from beginning to end.
After hearing how useful people were finding the videos, Jason knew that he just had to get these videos into the hands of more people, and quickly decided to make them available to the public.
After re-producing the videos to a higher professional standard, they are now available to download, or to watch online via JasonÂs brand new website at http://www.findstuffquickly.com.
If you are a new to intermediate Internet user, you will find these Google video tutorials an immense help. If you are already an expert Internet user, maybe you know someone that isnÂt. If you do, you can be sure that theyÂll thank you for telling them about the ÂFind Stuff QuicklyÂ videos.
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