Everyday Tech: Technology in Library Services
In 1958 when the American Library Association began, books were hand-stamped when checked out and books and other printed material were just about the only things most libraries had in their collections. Today, public libraries are another breed. They are no longer just about books anymore, they have evolved to offer information, entertainment, and much more. Our guest today, Shean Farrell, Director of the Hattiesburg, Petal & Forrest County Library, will give us an inside look at what technological services libraries offer.
Byte Size Tech
Season 2, Ep. 1
Netflix got rid of that thing ya hate…Apple did shady stuff to force you to get a new iPhone, and France has had enough...and Key-less entry is about to take a significant step forward... I’m Jay White and here is this week’s Byte Size Tech…
Are We Addicted To Cell Phones?
Wiltz, Jeremy, and Jay discuss the role of the cell phone in modern life.Are we too reliant on devices...specifically teens and young adults?The boys discuss some pretty alarming stats about our cell phone use,Here's a link to the cell phone usage stats referenced on the show: https://techjury.net/stats-about/smartphone-addiction/#gref
2019 App Store stats!!!
After a 10 week hiatus caused by impeachment hearings, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's holidays, Everyday Tech is back!!! Jeremy, Wiltz and Jay discuss Apple Watch compatibility, extracting data from older windows laptops, the BILLIONS of app downloads with stats for iTunes and Google Play, calls from listeners and much more!