Aggie prof: ‘We’re smarter, but are we wiser?’
Are smartphones making us smarter? Well, yes and no says a professor at Texas A&M.
Jonathan Coopersmith says it’s obvious we can do multiple tasks in the blink of an eye with those pocket rockets that provide quick access to virtually the sum total of knowledge. Full Story
Art by Taliah C.
Art by Taliah C., age 11, a 2015-16 Rockdale Intermediate School fifth-grader. Full Story
When we choose lesser of 2 evils, it’s still evil
SPOILIN’ THE BROTH
Neighbor grover sez he thinks women should put photos of missing husbands on beer cans. Here are a few quotes dealing with the subject of “liberty” that I ran across the other day. Some are ancient but certainly still relevant. Full Story
Time to raise prices?
My husband has his own one-man painting business, and I help him with the books. We were wondering how you know when it’s time to implement a price increase. Also, what should the increase be? Lauren Dear Lauren, Full Story
Art by Parker Burrough
Art by Parker Burrough, a 2015-16 Rockdale Elementary School first-grader. Full Story
Those cheap counterfeit drugs can be deadly
MILAM COUNTY T.R.I.A.D.
Con artists are not lazy, just the opposite. They are smart, hardworking, clever and relentless.
A scam that is growing among us seniors is the counterfeit prescription drugs.
Better prices for specialized drugs are found online, however this may be a dangerous thing to do because the counterfeit market could cause more health problems than they cure. Full Story
Tech breakthrough: It’s called a real, live book!
In view of all the high tech machines, games, you might consider this hot-off-the-press one.
Announcing the new Built-in Orderly Organized Knowledge device, otherwise known as the BOOK. Available at the Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library. Full Story
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