Cara Gargano

Cara Gargano graduated with a Bachelors of Arts Degree from Hofstra University in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in English Literature. She is currently employed as a Freelance writer for E-Content Magazine and is the News Writer and Anchor for the WYBC Radio show, LIVE! With Lisa.

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Articles by Cara Gargano

The holidays came early to 125 high school students when Microsoft gave Zune players to students in exchange for research data, in hopes of expanding its products into schools across the country. Devices were given to 100 Fort Sumner High School students in New Mexico and 25 at South Valley Junior High in Liberty, Mo. The idea was for students to watch videos and listen to podcasts recommended by teachers and fellow students with the expectation of enhancing their educational experience.
News/News Feature - Sept 2008 Issue, Posted Aug 25, 2008
People around the globe have become increasingly dependent on their cell-phones. They are often our only phone lines, our media players, our digital cameras and even our Internet browsers. Yet individuals are not the only ones relying on mobile devices these days. Colleges have recognized the trend and are using it to their advantage.
News/News Feature - Posted Jul 29, 2008
In an age when most information is transmitted digitally and most digital information takes the form of words and letters projected on a computer monitor, the visually impaired may often feel hopelessly and helplessly left out in the cold. The National Information Standards Organization (NISO) is taking efforts to ameliorate this all-too-common problem by launching the DAISY Digital Talking Book, a centerpiece for a free, downloadable plug-in to provide feature-rich, structured information for individuals who are blind or print-disabled.
News/News Feature - July/August 2008 Issue, Posted Jul 04, 2008
Dieselpoint announced a new product in late April, called OpenPipeline, which is open source middleware for crawling, parsing, analyzing, and routing documents.
News/News Feature - June 2008 Issue, Posted May 20, 2008
The Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) was awarded a grant in February from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to further develop standards for museum data exchange.
News/News Feature - May 2008 Issue, Posted May 01, 2008
The Ladies Who Launch team views social and online networking as a necessary component for business today. However, unlike many social networking sites, this one relies on paid membership to sustain its business model. The benefit of a paid membership, according to site co-founders Victoria Colligan and Beth Schoenfeld, is that it helps ensure an elite and quality-controlled social networking site.
News/News Feature - March 2008 Issue, Posted Mar 10, 2008
Recently, the European Commission announced its plans for the European Digital Library (EDL) to develop a prototype site, which will allow users to access digitized content from European archives. The first theme of the prototype, better known as the CITY, will be launched in November 2008.
News/News Feature - January/February 2008 Issue, Posted Feb 07, 2008