What is a Geek? The word geek is a slang
term, noting individuals as "a
peculiar or otherwise odd person, especially one who is perceived
to be overly obsessed with one or more things including those of
electronics, etc. I confess that my obsession is with electronics,
especially computers. Now you know my secret ;)
My specialties as the Tulsa Geek are virtually all aspects
of computers and computer systems from the simple CPU "box" (Central
Processing Unit) to the many electronic devices resident on "motherboards."
For me it is actually FUN to install, replace or repair
computer hardware including RAM (Random Access Memory), disk drives,
CD drives, graphic and video cards, sound cards, external backup
drives, wireless networks, and so much more.
Software is equally as much fun to install, reinstall, upgrade
and configure. Software suites, such as Microsoft Office®
and Powerful Graphic Suites, as well as simple software programs
are fun too. Removing software that is no longer wanted helps
by recovering space. Installing powerful anti-virus and anti-spyware
programs is an excellent use of disk space.
Removing Viruses and Spyware are among the most exciting
aspects of my daily work. Locating them isn't always easy;
the rascals are sometimes skilled at hiding by masquerading as
non-virus programs....like wolves in sheep's clothing. Stamping
out viruses and spyware always makes my day.
About me, personally. I believe in and follow the
"Golden Rule" in all aspects of my life including business. The
"Golden Rule" is not just for Sundays, it is for all days. I
always treat my customers at least as well as I really want
to be treated, no less. For me it is genuine, automatic,
and heartfelt. Oh, it also makes me feel good; warm inside.
Teaching personal computer skills to others, especially
beginners, is one of my favorite services. Giving private
one-on-one lessons to youngsters and seniors alike is an experience
in empowerment; the knowledge and skills gained by my
students benefits them for the rest of their lives.
Need a hand? Just email or
call me: (918) 645-1470. If I am with a customer I will return
your call as soon as I am free; just leave a brief message with
your name and phone number. Please state your call back number
twice to be sure I get it right.