We’ve discussed the library’s digital collections a lot in previous blog posts but as with all things technology, things change! Here are a few recent […]
Check Out eBooks & Audiobooks From Home With Libby!
Libby is an app from OverDrive that allows you to access a huge collection of eBooks, audiobooks, and magazines – all from your mobile device! […]
Zoom for the Holidays
For many of us, the holidays this year will be a little different than normal. Zoom has become an easy and popular way to connect […]
How Can Tech and Social Media Be Biased?
Most of us expect computers and the programs that run them to be objective, without human biases on race or gender. They’re machines after all […]
Free Entertainment While Social Distancing
As social distancing guidelines keep stretching into the future, you may be running out of things to keep your or your kids entertained at home. […]
2010-2020: A Decade of Big Tech Changes
The past decade has seen a number of big changes in the world of tech. Ten years ago, tablets, such as the iPad, were just […]
Saying Goodbye to Windows 7
Next month, Microsoft will be ending extended support for Windows 7. But what does that actually mean? About Windows 7 Windows 7 was released in […]
Cutting the Cord
An ever-growing number of Americans are “cutting the cord” – ending their cable subscriptions in favor of Internet-based streaming services, such as Netflix and Hulu, […]
Smart Tech Buying
Back to school is around the corner and a new laptop or other tech may be on your school supplies list! Make sure you choose […]
What is the Gig Economy?
Many of us have used Uber or Lyft to get a ride to the airport or home after a night out. We get packages delivered […]