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You may feel trapped by technology that you feel you can't fully master. But technology is likely here to stay.
So how can you make technology work for you and not against you? Here are three tactics to consider:
Learn about technology, find ways to use it that work for you and you'll be on your way to being a tech-savvy person.
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