Book a librarian!

If you're a writer, research is a very important part of your writing. With the internet it's easy to think that you can get all your information done on the web. But the internet is definitely not the answer to everything, and we now have two local libraries offering additional ways to get the info you need.

Boise Public Library has a program called "Book a Librarian." They are offering one-on-one service at your Library! You may book time with library staff to get help with a research project, learn to use a computer or improve your skills, learn more about library and web resources, or ask other technology questions. To make an appointment call 384-4076, email askalibrarian@cityofboise.org or stop by the second floor desk at the Main Library. Service available weekdays at 11am and by appointment." For more information go to: http://www.boisepubliclibrary.org/classes-events/online-calendar/#/?i=4

Ada Community Library has a similar program offering one-on-one reserved or drop-in time with a “Tech Coach.” Tech coaches assist people with setting up email accounts, accessing and downloading ebooks on their personal device, and any number of computing and technology related needs. For more information phone: 362-0181 x6 or go online at http://www.adalib.org/victory/ask-question.

Why? Did they steal a Dewey Decimal?

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Apple users, run the Gig of RAM your PC needs to have and read the dumb tech white papers, wrinkle your forehead and buy more food and toilet paper with the difference. The internet is a piece of junk anyway and your cats know this.