Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Should ISP's and sofware and anti-virus companies hire freelance consumers to work and troubleshoot products at home
I wonder, since over the years I find myself heuristically troubleshooting various kinds of problems without working for the companies I have to call for service.
For example, I’ve done boot logging, and to get around problems with transferring large files, and seen instructions on running a PC with different operating systems with a variety of diagnostic tools.
It isn’t hard to imagine that a telecommunications provider wouldn’t be interested in clients skilled with networking and examining router logs.
I do wonder if a part-time home job market like this could evolve.