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Technology is like a fever which runs through our daily lives. When it works, it connect us to family and family, keep us entertained and alive. But when it doesn’t, sometimes things get complicated, tangled and frustrating, fast as flash. One of the reasons we made Quickfever, a site that helps people understanding and use technology in a better way