With older relatives, I often get high praise for my ability to use technology efficiently. With great pride, my grandparents and great-aunts and great-uncles, sing praises of my abilities. Some of my abilities that my family advertises:
Varsha can fix the speakers! (I put the cable into the socket)
Varsha can fix the camera! (I uploaded photographs)
Perhaps I could add to my resume –
I can find ‘Contact Us’ on a website.
I can change a printer cartridge.
I can download and use Skype.
I can burn a CD (and a DVD).
I can use a pen drive to carry files from the computer to the laptop.
I can send music via email.
I can use a DVD player.
I can attach speakers to a music system.
I am, apparently, the source of knowledge and information about everything technological, including how to use Bluetooth, ‘Download App’, touch-screen, wireless internet . . .
What an interesting resume that would make.