Confession: despite working everyday with new (and old) technology, I wasn’t terribly eager to dive into the world of 3D printing. To be sure, the technology behind it interested me, but, from a standpoint of usefulness, I was pretty skeptical. I mean, does the world really need more plastic junk? So, when ideaLAB set up not one but two 3D printers, I definitely had mixed feelings.
Have you ever wondered if (or hoped you could) borrow video games from the Denver Public Library?
Well, you can! In this blog, I will be showing you step by step how to order video games through the Denver Public Library.
I've made a video with commentary in order to help you in your pursuit of happiness. Also, I uploaded a fun video.
P.S. You can also order video games through prospector, the steps are the same as if you're ordering a game through Inter Library Loan. The only difference is the layout of the website and how you enter your information for requesting the item.
Friends. I have seen a meme on the internet that just isn’t true. Shocking, I know. We have not yet reached the day Marty McFly went to the future in 1989’s hit Back to the Future II. That won’t happen for another 2 years. But the prevalence of this lie has made me want to examine how far we have come since 1989 and see how much technology has changed.
When I rewatched Back to the Future II and saw 1989’s vision of what the future would look like, I wanted to laugh and cry. We have made so many wonderful improvements in our technological capabilities, but there is one thing we forgot to invent. The hoverboard. I know, we have so many wonderful toys that fulfill our every whim, life is great! But I really, really wanted a hoverboard!