I feel like one of the purposes of technology, especially recently, is to make almost anything usable by almost anyone. You can Google or look up on YouTube fixes for almost any technical ailment you may be experiencing. Sweet.
The nice thing is that anything that I absolutely need to do on my computer is made easy enough to understand. Designers and programmers are paid the big bucks to make things make sense. If you want to edit your document, there's a good chance that the tool you're going to use is under the edit menu, and so on. However, I feel like they've gotten a little cocky... because the help menu is garbage. As in, "We've made it so easy to use that if you need the help menu, there's no helping you." That's a tad frustrating, but that's when the Google machine becomes helpful.
However, when I'm Google-ing computer answers it's usually because a) I don't want to call tech support if I can fix it myself or b) there's something I wish I could do, but it's not quite obvious.
Case in point:
I've been reading books and articles on how to make my blog better, maybe even a little more legitimate. If I'm going to put this much work into something I want it to be done correctly. So if you notice any changes it's because I'm trying new things out. Please Please Please leave comments and let me know what you think! I read them all before they get posted. You're the one reading this, so I want to know what's working and what's not.