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For 20 years observers have lamented the "digital divide," and rightly so.
There are those who "have" technology. They own tablets, they spend a lot of time on the Internet, they play games onlilne, they have Facebook pages that they keep updated on a regular basis. They might have an iPhone, an iPad and an Apple laptop.
Then there are those who don't "have" it. They are likely to have been so busy trying to find a job or make a living, especially since the economy collapsed around them, that they have simply been left behind.
If you're feeling lilke you are in the latter group, we can help.
Right now we are taking a survey to see what you folks, our patrons, would like to see us offer in the way of technologically oriented training.
Please come by the library and fill out the survey form. Before too long, we will have a copy of the survey up on our Facebook page and on our web page, too.
-- Carroll Wilson