Please would somebody write a children’s picture book for me that explains the ins and outs of internet technology? Yes, it will be a long book, but that is what I need, because I’m not a techno-geek, a fact that frustrates me. I need a miracle to understand how to link from Amazon, Google, Goodreads, etc to my site. That’s because my brain can’t seem to wrap itself around these written explanations. When I try to do what they explain, confusion hits my head.
If I was Captain Kirk, I’d constantly have to contact Scotty whose expertise could fix my broken “system.” Or maybe I’d need Spock, the super-analytical guy whose guesses are more sure than my noblest attempts to connect these strange threads.
Some people in my life thrive on research. I do not. Though I find it useful at times, the knowledge overload can weigh me down.
I am like a child when it comes to technology. Would someone please paint me a picture book explaining step by step how all this strange computer stuff works? I realize it will soon go out of date before I can put it into practice, but a simple children’s picture book would be so much more fun to read than some technical manual I can’t understand.
Would someone write a children’s picture book for me,
The one who’s not great with technology,
explaining what to do with all these links?
And don’t call me a “dummy” because that stinks,
For I’m a healer, not a techno-geek.
Come to me if healing is what you seek.
I’ll lead you straight to Jesus. He’s the key
To getting unstuck from the insecurity
I feel while trying to untangle that big web,
The Internet sea that tends to flow and ebb.
It’s yoke is heavy and it’s burden isn’t light.
So give a book in which I can delight!
For creating links involves technology
That has little to do with theology.
Though it seems to need a doctoral degree,
Because to me it lacks simplicity.
We all have different gifts and talents, and marketing books can be hard.
That said, I wonder how many adults like me would appreciate a simple book on internet jargon, how to make websites, etc that doesn’t take a PhD to understand?