I am constantly working on the family PC's and networks and have become the defacto help desk for half-a-dozen families. (Apart from those 'artistic' Apple lot.) I quite enjoy the problem solving, and I'd like to be able to drag their web sites into the 20th C, and to know how to make their networks secure.
There is defintely money to be made in showing many locals how to properly run their systems, and it overlaps into my accounting and business skills. I understand that we're only talking about a few hundred here and there, but if I was to be made redundant, that is a signifcant sum.
Whaddya think ? A giant waste of time, or a good idea to broaden my skill base ?
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