Many school districts in Fairfield County have strict limits on which Web pages can be viewed by students during school hours, effectively outlawing the use of social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
I get a fair number of requests for things like this here at the library. Heck, I recently bought a video camera and it didn't even come with a manual. Instead it came with a slip of paper telling you how to download the manual from the net or, and this was kind of novel, get it off the camera itself. Turns out, they simply stored the manual in the camera's memory.
Amazon has finally released a Web app for reading, downloading, and buying Kindle books.
I know I've already posted something on this, but this is a pretty big development and, since this article comes from Ars Technica and features hands on use of the new Kindle Cloud Reader, I figure it's worth a read too.
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