Monday, July 22, 2019
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A reader shares his thoughts on the no snow days bill in Pennsylvania and argues it's more important than ever to bring internet equity to all students.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt ponders the evolution of the telephone and how we have used it over time.

The competitiveness of U.S. agriculture, as well as the welfare of farm workers and their communities, depends on how we adapt to an era of labor scarcity.

The dramatic drop in farmers in less than five generations shows the power and culture-changing impact of technology on farming and rural America.

The Midwest Cover Crops Council's field guide is available as a mobile app for smartphones and tablets.

The struggle against plant disease will never end, but farmers can now get a boost from the computer-in-a-pocket called the smartphone.

Producers and consumers are looking for greater clarity about what cellular agriculture might mean for their businesses and their dinner tables.

Kymberly Seabolt contemplates both the benefits and pitfalls of online shopping.

Televisions and related peripheral devices consumed 7 percent of the electricity used in American homes in 2015 and cost $103 per home per year to operate.

Using the "turn it on and off a few times and see if that helps" troubleshooting method may qualify you to be a rocket scientist, according to Kym Seabolt.
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