My wife dislikes tech in general, and doesn't like learning stuff. BUT having given her an iPhone 7+ and a Macbook, she's starting to love it. But now I want to get her an Apple Watch, without really forcing her to use it... I'll continue on this after. Someone is selling me a used Apple Watch Series 1 Gold (immaculate condition) for $125USD (no tax), and someone else is selling me a Rose Gold Series 2 for $155. I know that the difference is only minuscule, unless you plan to go out and run and utilize the GPS; or if she wants to swim - of which she does neither at the moment.
Overall, the $30 will not break the bank, but I don't want to spend the extra $30 if I don't have to. The Series 2 is slightly thicker than the Series 1, which might be a con for her... the thinner the better. So to continue, if she doesn't like it, I would want to be able to sell it for the same price, and quickly - Series 2 might be better for this?
Also, the purpose for me getting her the Apple Watch is, for her to track her heart rate (I think this is important, since she has high cholesterol), and also to track her steps, and also shoot her quick reminders every 30minutes-1hour to drink water, she constantly forgets... without being too intrusive.
What do you guys think?
My friend currently works as a Desktop Analyst makes $75K Canadian Salary, with an additional $10K in Overtime at a Government Job with a Unionized Position, and OMERS pension. It's a solid position with room to grow to other positions within the company.
However, he's been asked to join an ex coworker's 2 year old Cloud Computing Company. He states there's a lot of promise within the company, lots of growth. It's a small team of 15 people. It's work from home. The salary is essentially the same, 70-75K.
Overall, the experience would be good at the new Cloud computing company because that is the future.
However, the Government job is very cushy, with no stress, or so he says... and good pay. However the Cloud Company would provide him great experience in the field that he is interested in.
Do you think it's worth the gamble?
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Issue: Can't cast Netflix to any of my 2 chromecasts. Netflix doesn't work on Chrome browser but works in Safari. Gmail doesn't work on both Safari and Chrome.
Tried: Rebooted all hardware. Upgraded the firmware of the router (AC1750 LEDE). Factory Reset Router. Changed DNS Static to 22.214.171.124. Can't plug computer directly into Router (no Ethernet ports).
What may have happened: I started using Google home to cast videos to my Chromecast. After that, the issue all arised. Not sure if its correlated.
Any help is appreciated.