Keeping up with the World Wide Web

Reading news on tablets and cell phones
By Renee DeLaune   |   July 18, 2014

Building a separate mobile version of a website for the world wide web is becoming a thing of the past. Now, a single website designed with responsive technology is your best bet. It allows your website to scale appropriately between desktop and mobile browsers. It’s like an all-in-one tool. I’m sure we’ve all tried to view websites from our mobile phones that just don’t work as well as if you were viewing them from a desktop.

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Technology and toys, two of the places creativity comes from

Elvis on an etch a sketch
By Ernie Wood   |   July 8, 2014

You’ll sometimes hear a poorly functioning tablet computer criticized as nothing more than a “glorified Etch A Sketch.” But that does a disservice to the classic toy. With more than 100 million of the silver-screen drawing devices sold since its introduction in 1960, it must be doing something right. I owned an Etch A Sketch as a child, and if I were to pick one up right now, I’d happily resume exactly where I left off— with a lot of hilarious squiggles and an occasional shape that sort of looks like something.

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