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Sarah Chain reflects on her experience the first time reading an e-book in this Jan. 5, 2013, post.
Martin Library in York, Pa., will host “A Day of Exploring STEM” Dec. 14, 2013, to introduce kids to science, technology, engineering and math.
York County Libraries will unveil YCL Mobile, a mobile app for iOS and Android smartphones and devices, for patrons May 1, 2013.
Dallastown resident Eric Thiegs aims to create Writing Race, a mobile writing app that would allow two friends to collaborate on writing a story, just a few words at a time.
While DVR has become a lifesaver for time-strapped parents, it doesn’t work without a little household compromise.
Is your workplace a good place to be #fitatwork? Chat about it on Twitter this Wednesday, Sept. 12, at 1 p.m. with hashtag #fitatwork.[/caption] Join @corpwellness and me, @MissEClare, for a #FitAtWork chat this Wednesday at 1 p.m. EST on … Continue reading
The other day I was talking to Visual editor Eileen Joyce about how I wanted an app that could tell me the distance I walk. She suggested Endomondo. I downloaded the free version and Eileen showed me how to use … Continue reading
I can’t stand watching commercials. Maybe it’s because I’m horribly impatient and hate wasting time. Or maybe it’s that I grew up in a household where my sister and father would watch two shows simultaneously so they never had to … Continue reading
I attended an Internet safety seminar last month at the Dillsburg library. There weren’t many people there, but as the speaker brought up, almost all kids these days are tech savvy (often more so than their parents). This weekend, I … Continue reading
I just bought Pro-X Advanced Cleansing System facial brush for $29.99 at CVS. It comes with a 2-speed brush and a small tube of the Exfoliating Renewal Cleanser. I used it twice and really like it. The bristles on the … Continue reading