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Kent Iler February 19, 2022 0 Comments

I'll be going on Mission 16 to the Toledo District in Belize to take school supplies to schools in need.  This will be my 8th Mission with Rotary and Resource Centers International, and my 7th Mission to

                Being tagged in a photo on Facebook was a great new way of preserving and organizing memories since the beginning of the company in 2005. Facebook’s facial recognition technology, even then, had the ability to observe

                We have discussed in many other blog posts how the COVID 19 pandemic has pushed more of society online. One field of IT that has grown tremendously because of this push is cloud computing. Simply defined,

The past two years have been hard to process for a lot of people due to the pandemic that has brought about a more rapid shift in the technological landscape. As we process everything that’s happening, we

                The past 50 years have seen an unprecedented explosion in the use of the internet as more of our daily lives become hinged on the worldwide network that we now experience through our computers and mobile

                Whether you’ve decided to start listening to Christmas music the day after Halloween or not, the holiday season is quickly approaching. People all over the country are taking to their computers to begin ordering their gifts

                You may have heard of the critically acclaimed documentary “Searching for Sugarman” which won an Oscar in 2012. The entire movie was shot on an iPhone with an app that costs a mere $1.99. It was

Security cameras have many advantages for both home and business owners. As camera technology continues to develop, it has become cheaper and easier to install security camera systems that have more practical capabilities than ever before. Increased

The 2000s have seen a substantial increase in the number of people that use online dating. In 2012, Tinder changed the dating game further by making online dating as easy as a simple swipe. The concept was