At the Library we work with a lot of small business owners, whether it’s introducing them to social media and website tools, providing resources for securing grants, or just offering a space and equipment for them to work.

Rumors have been swirling around all summer regarding the new Apple iPhone lineup after iOS 7 was announced in June.

We’re venturing into the dog days of summer, which signifies that school is kicking back up in a couple of weeks. This is usually the time when students are looking for the latest technology to help them succeed in the upcoming school year.

Over the past year, one of the most popular technologies to be designed and launched from the United Kingdom is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard — Raspberry Pi.

I've been a long-time user of streaming music services — from Pandora in college, to a monthly subscriber of Rhapsody while I was commuting from Cleveland to Sandusky, to Songza which I currently listen to at home and work.

Have you ever wanted to learn more about Game Theory, Introduction to Python, or even the Science of Gastronomy?

Over the weekend I had the opportunity along with other Sandusky Library staff members to attend the American Library Association’s annual conference.

Last week the folks at Instagram, a popular photo sharing app available for Android and iOS users, rolled out an update to allow video sharing.

As you scroll through your Facebook news feed this week, you might notice something different at the end of your friend’s status — hashtags.

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