Podcasts are becoming more and more popular. One recent study said that over 20% of U.S. residents age 12 and older listen to podcasts regularly, and around 36% had listened to a podcast at some point. While those numbers keep growing, there are still many people who hear the
Hour of Code is a global movement designed to show people that anybody can learn the basics of computer coding. It happens each year during Computer Science Education Week, this year from December 5th through the 11th. This educational week is held annually in recognition of the birthday of
If you are looking to purchase a computer, laptop, or mobile device there are a few questions you should ask yourself before you start.
Do you need a laptop or a desktop?
Laptops have become more and more popular throughout the years. If you plan to use your computer in many
I am a big fan of planning and organization (though my desk doesn’t always show that, as I am also a fan of the organized chaos of piles). I have a lot of different activities, both at work and in my personal life, and keeping track of it all
I am one of those people who is constantly trying to learn something new. Whether it’s Microsoft Excel, painting, or astronomy, I love to expand my horizons and gain new knowledge! So when the Library added Gale Courses, one of our newest electronic resources, I was thrilled!
Every once in a while I’ll go to a website and try to sign up for an account, only to be confronted with a message stating that I already have one. Every time it happens, one thought crosses my mind:
So much of what we do today is done online