Subject Guides

 

07/12/2010 - 3:31pm

The Central Rappahannock Regional Library has books addressing issues that face cancer survivors and their families. Check out our booklist, Resources for Cancer Survivors for books to help patients and their families.

06/22/2010 - 3:58pm

TV Is Dead. Long Live TV

In these lean times, we’re all looking for ways to cut household costs. You may be pondering whether you should ditch the cable TV or the broadband Internet to free up $50 a month. Take my advice and lose the cable. Heck, even if you aren’t in a financial pickle, go ahead and dump it. Your life will be better for it. Here’s why.

06/22/2010 - 3:56pm

You’ve taken your personal pictures and downloaded them. Now what? SHARE THEM!
The internet makes it easy. A variety of websites offer FREE uploading and sharing of digital pictures. Most require you to become a “member,” but that’s free, too!

06/22/2010 - 3:55pm

“With all the technology we have, why can’t I just access my bookmarks from anywhere?” The good news is: you can, with one of these Web sites:

 
All require you to register for free, and then have their own steps to follow, but all allow you to import your “bookmarks” or “favorites” from your home computer and then access them from any other computer with internet access. If you have been crying out for this ability, here’s your chance!!
 
06/09/2010 - 2:37pm

Maintaining your privacy online is a tricky matter, as I’m sure you know. And though you’re using a firewall as well as anti-spyware software, and you’ve password-protected your computer, that does almost nothing to keep your information secure online. Here are some ideas to help keep you to yourself when surfing the Web. I’ve divided the information into basic and advanced sections for your convenience.

07/02/2010 - 10:40am

With cooler weather just around the corner, now is the time to knit something to keep you or a loved one warm this winter. If you are not a knitter don’t worry, it’s easier than you think. Don’t let words like knit, purl, cast on, yarn over or decrease two fill you with anxiety. They are the terms used to guide you through your project and are explained in almost every knitting book or Web site.