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The Kansan - Newton, KS
Tips, tricks, and humorous stories from the adventures of Gadget Girl.
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By Holan Kerrick
Holan, aka Gadget Girl, has worn out many kindles, phones, and anything with an off/on switch while trying to find tips and tricks of technology. She’s the go to person for family and friends on how to get the thingy-a-bob to work or an opinion of ...
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Adventures with Gadget Girl
Holan, aka Gadget Girl, has worn out many kindles, phones, and anything with an off/on switch while trying to find tips and tricks of technology. She’s the go to person for family and friends on how to get the thingy-a-bob to work or an opinion of the next great thing. Holan’s formal training includes a Bachelor’s in Technology with an emphasis in Graphic Design and a Masters in Technology. With an energetic spirit Holan knows how to turn techie speak into plain English, she’s hoping you’ll enjoy reading her experiences with technology.
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A few weeks ago I had rear view seats to see Bon Jovi in concert.  This meant I was sitting behind the stage which was great because I got to see the concert from the band’s perspective.  Once the house lights came on, you could really get the feeling of how many people were in the attendance.

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The concert started out great for the first two songs, until the lights came up and this was my view.  It’s such a lovely light isn’t it?  I named the light Bob.

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So after a couple of songs, I was like “ok, not the best situation but I can deal with it”.  Then the screens came up and this is what I saw for most of the show.

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After a quick trip to Guest Services, we received new seats in front of the stage.  The lights and screen did look pretty cool from the front but didn’t really do anything for the people in a rear view seat.

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