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Tag Archives: technology
The internet is a big place. Our world is becoming increasingly digital, and many companies, organizations, and individuals store their files, photos, and lives online (in the cloud). It can be easy to take things for granted on the internet, … Continue reading
The computer lab in the Harrisonville Branch of Cass County Public Library was recently upgraded with all new computers and other equipment. The computer lab is for public use. The lab contains 21 computers including a trainer computer with digital … Continue reading
The Archie library conducted a survey during the first two weeks of March in conjunction with Teen Tech Week (March 9 – 15). The teen patrons were asked for their favorite devices, social media games and more. Some of their … Continue reading
On a daily basis I work on a number of different devices and different kinds of technology. I truly enjoy getting to see all types of new technologies and see how people are putting these devices to work. This year some truly … Continue reading
Lifehacker is a great site for do-it-yourself and self-help advice. With a very creative and tech savvy writing staff, Lifehacker’s area of specialty is utilizing available technologies to save time and money. But recent posts cover topics as diverse as separating eggs with a … Continue reading