|My partner on the patio|
We were in desperate need of a new computer since the one in our command center (branded name via our builder) was 6+ years old. We actually rarely used it since we both have iPhones, iPads, and laptops. On our latest trip this summer my husband bought a new Cannon 700D camera and needed a means of conveniently downloading, storing, and sharing the 1,000+ pictures he took in Alaska. Since we both liked our Apple products, for the first time in our lives, we bought an iMac.
|A Texas classic|
Stevie Ray Vaughn
Interesting enough when he showed me this new technology my first thoughts were how can I get this in my library? You can take me out of the library but you can't take the librarian out of me.
The lesson learned here was that we had awesome music and quality equipment that were not being utilized due to the cumbersome process. Yes, we had to look through the DVDs, select the ones we wanted to play, and manually put them into a player. With a little innovative planning and technology we now have a new process where I will once again be able to enjoy the soothing rhythm of my favorite musical artists. Take a look around your library and ask yourself do you have a process that might be hindering the utilization of the library program?