If you don't like having Outlook 365 cluster email messages & their replies — but would rather see each email message on its own — here's how you can fix your view of email threads.
The screenshot below shows a set of email messages posted to the WisPubLib listserv as seen in Outlook 365, with Conversation View turned on (which is the default setting). I've circled in majenta (2) and red (4) the numbers that indicate there's multiple messages grouped together because they have the same subject line:
Nearly every computer has a couple of USB (Universal Serial Bus) jacks that let you connect printers, scanners, external drives, and other perhipherals.
This standardized USB "A" plug is meant to make connecting devices quick and easy. Except it can be frustrating — you can plug the jack in only one way, and there’s no obvious way to tell which side is up. (Sure, some USB jacks display the USB logo on one side of the plastic, but not all of them.)
Here's the simple way to never insert a USB plug the wrong way again:
Choosing a unique and interesting name for your rock band isn't always easy. Take for example the group named The The, who I'd wager are the bane of library catalogers everywhere. But sometimes band name inspiration can come from a bookshelf...
Get ready to showcase your library's technology offerings during Teen Tech Week™. This year, TTW is March 8-14th and will be celebrated with a theme of "Libraries are for Making."
The purpose of Teen Tech Week is to ensure that teens are competent and ethical users of digital media, especially the nonprint resources offered through libraries, such as e-books, e-readers, databases, audiobooks, and social media.
There are lots of ways your library can participate in Teen Tech Week: you can offer special programs or activities, or simply encourage teens and parents to come to the library and check out your tech resources.
Here are free toolkits to plan for TTW at your library: