What is streaming TV?

Hulu. Sling. Netflix, A la carte TV. These names are popping up more and more when it comes to in-home TV viewing. Want to get the lowdown on the current trend sweeping American homes? Want to know how easy can be to ditch the cable and take control of what channels and content you get? Want to learn how to CUT THE CORD?

The Maud Smith Marks Branch Library will be offering a new class geared towards getting patrons up to date on the latest streaming TV services and technology. Our CUT THE CORD class will cover what services off and what you need to get started. Come join us and learn the basics of A la Carte TV and streaming.

Upcoming Computer Classes

Wanting to learn how to use your computer and it's programs more effectively? Technology got your brain tied up in knots? Feel like the technology superhighway is passing you by? The Maud Smith Marks Branch wants to help! We are offering free computer classes to the public each and every month. This February we will be running a full slate of classes ranging including Computer 101, Microsoft Excel and Word, Internet, iPhone, iPad and many more! Classes run each Tuesday and Saturday. To see a complete list of upcoming dates and times click this link! Be sure to register for the class and time you would like. Space is limited so sign up today!

The Impact of the Internet

The Internet is many things to many people. It can be a way to keep up with friends and family, learn a new skill, order dinner, watch TV, read books, get a college degree, find a job, pay bills, and more. No one can argue that the virtual world has a tremendous impact on our physical world whether we're online daily or have never used a computer. How is it affecting us overall? A recent crop of authors have tried to tackle the question. Read a few of their thoughts on the subject in these books:  

60 Seconds on the Internet

infographic   I heard this weekend that the world population will reach 7 billion people by the end of the week, so when I stumbled across this "In 60 Seconds" infographic while  browsing the web I stopped and really thought about how communication has grown exponentially in the last 150 years. 

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