Pay someone to help grandma open e-mail

It may not save you much money, but a new tech-support service for people unfamiliar with computers will surely save you frustrating phone conversations with grandma on how to get on the Internet.

For $250 for a year, $25 a month or $50 for a one-time service, a technician from the FloH Club will teach grandma how to Google. Or send e-mail or use Facebook. Or download photos or digital music. Or set up a printer. Or a host of other things that Baby Boomers may not know how to do on their computers.