Submitted by Blake on March 31, 2016 - 10:26am
“It’s taken off, and people are just starting to see the many opportunities that it brings us,” Julene Brown says. “It’s just kind of ironic to see these state agencies that are trying to figure out how to deliver services with the budget cuts that they’re face. This video conferencing is one way they’re able to do that.”
Back in Haines, Miles Curtis says with the world becoming increasingly paperless, access to the web is no longer just a privilege.
“It’s gotten to a point where I would consider it a right,” he says. “Everything is going in the direction where it would be difficult to function, and have access to the information that everyone should be entitled to.”
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