TeamViewer as a Force for Good

May 4, 2015

The structure and interactions within the universe, as we know it, are dictated by four fundamental forces. They are the weak and strong nuclear forces, the electromagnetic force, and gravity.

Understanding the nature of the universe depends on developing a unified theory that can describe the interactions between these forces. If you talk to a physicist though, he or she would probably point out that my description here is a bit oversimplified, and I would agree.

There’s something missing from this “unified” theory.

There’s another force out there that was discovered in May of 1977 in a galaxy far, far away… This force has had such a profound impact on humanity and our understanding of the universe that it even has its own holiday. Hey Newton, how do you like them apples?

Sure, Sir Isaac Newton may have figured out that a cannonball fired from a great enough height and with sufficient velocity could orbit the Earth, but shooting cannons into space isn’t really that impressive. After all, the ability to destroy a planet is insignificant next to the power of the force that I’m talking about.

The force that I refer to surrounds us and penetrates us. It binds the galaxy together. It’s part of what we celebrate every year on May 4th, on Star Wars Day.

Valuable life lessons

On this day, let me share with you with some valuable life lessons that I’ve learned over the years.

We’re all probably related somehow, so be careful about kissing or getting in fights with people whom you don’t know really well.

If you ever have a bad feeling about something, you should really listen to that feeling.

Always keep in mind that an entire legion of an empire’s best troops should never underestimate the combat capabilities of a teddy bear armed with a sharp stick.

And, if you build something that requires a small thermal exhaust port that leads straight to the main reactor, you might want to rethink your design.

If only they had TeamViewer

Lastly, I would like to leave you with a few thoughts about TeamViewer. Had the TeamViewer software application been available on any of the following occasions, things could have been much simpler.

  • A certain set of plans for a huge battle station could have just been sent using easy file transfer. The files sizes aren’t an issue, and it’s a secure connection.
  • If there is a problem with garbage compactor 3263827, you can just remotely connect to that one location. You don’t have to shut them all down. When you’re pressed for time, remote technical support is often the ideal solution.
  • If you and your sister really need to have a private conversation with somebody (say an intervention for your father, whose friends are a bad influence), you could always just set up an online meeting, chat, or video call with end-to-end encryption.

From all of us here at TeamViewer, May the fourth be with you!

If you want to take advantage of such clever solutions in your own life, you should consider trying TeamViewer. It’s free for trial purposes and for private use. 

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