Grass Valley, CA (PRWEB) September 20, 2006
This week electronics consumers will get the chance to translate technology into understandable terms by asking questions of Technology Simplification Guru, Barb Gonzalez. Gonzalez will be at bay area Frys Electronics stores signing her recent book, “The Home Electronics Survival Guide: the Simple Guide to buying, hooking up, and understanding your home theater, tv's, dvd's, dvr's, remote controls and more.”
The author, Barb Gonzalez, will be autographing books and answering questions, Friday September 22nd at Frys Electronics in Sunnyvale located at 1077 East Arques Avenue and Saturday, September 23rd in Fremont at 43800 Osgood Road.
About "The Home Electronics Survival Guide”: The book fills the need to simplify terms and technologies for consumers who continue to be baffled by today’s electronics as well as the never-ending introduction of new innovations like hd-dvd, extended digital surround sound and more. Step by step brief, plain English instructions and over 300 illustrations make the book easy to follow for those of us who struggle to understand how to put together and use our tv's and components. As innovations like iptv, and convergence with our computers loom in the years to come, it’s important to get some of the basic concepts down so the future is less confusing.
About the Author: Barb Gonzalez is a leader in the movement to make home entertainment easier for the consumer to use and understand. As the author and illustrator of “The Home Electronics Survival Guide--The simple guide to understanding, hooking up and buying tv, hdtv, dvds, Home Theater, Remote Controls and more!”, she is the first to use cartoon illustrations, photographs and brief explanations to simplify technology.
Years of experience helping consumers in retail electronics, inspired Barb to write and illustrate a series of books called The Home Electronics Survival Guide. With these books, she increases the average consumer’s understanding of their home electronics systems. In addition to the books, Home Electronics Survival gives tips and information through the website, http://www.easier.tv, an e-book shopping guide, monthly tech news explained in a monthy e-zine. To further educate the public, she is a frequent guest on radio and TV talk shows and is a guest speaker to the trade. Consumers can also attend workshops, seminars/book signings at select retail stores throughout the United States.