I had not realised that the quality of my video deteriorated so badly when I installed a different operating system on my PC a while ago. Or is it a recent update that caused this? I often attend webinars without video but I did participate in one a while ago and I looked like a ghost. I look like I am in a time machine and have teleported myself back to 1999!
That won’t do at all, within a professional context.
It must be a recent update that triggered this because it was not the case yet during video calls with friends.
Let’s see how I can remedy that.
On the other hand, when I recently grabbed a headset that is close to 20 years old, and has lost sound in one ear but has a good microphone and its own PCB, someone commented “Oh, you have one of those super advanced headsets!”
Even more ugh is that a lot of what I posted online in recent weeks did not actually go online, such as reviews for purchases on Amazon, such as a positive review for my purchase of an HDD from South Tech in eh, Hove, I think, as in Brighton-and-Hove.
I have the usual stuff of years and years too, that various things that I post online where I then enter addresses and so on do not seem to arrive at all at their destinations, but this can be hard to tell. I remember for example from in the past that people sent me messages about having seen and/or signed a petition that I set up but none of that showing up in my own view of the petition. Similar stuff’s been going on again.
I received an invitation in the postal mail in January for an online platform called Nextdoor that did not appear to be working properly – technically speaking; I got FLOODED with e-mails and I couldn’t get the settings to change – and I noticed that there was
a lot quite a bit of bile on the platform, too (and mentions of people being bullied on the platform), so I left the platform within 24 hours. I had received the invitation from a local musician who I don’t know. Someone in Ethel Road. (I found out he was a performer when I googled his name.)