Errata January 1, 2003 Errata A n On the Move announcement in the December 1 News contained incorrect information. It should have read: Michael A. Petruccelli and Walter H. Djokic have become partners with McIntosh Sawran Peltz Cartaya & Petruccelli, P.A., with offices in Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, and Miami. Mary Jane Fitzgerald has joined the West Palm Beach office. Petruccelli, a longtime resident in the Ft. Lauderdale office, practices in medical malpractice and general insurance defense. Djokic, who practices in the West Palm Beach office, and Fitzgerald both concentrate in medical malpractice defense.The News regrets the error.
Yesterday, Apple hosted their annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference Keynote. Of their big public events, this is my favorite, as it discusses the technologies they’re pursuing, rather than simply the newest iPhone. And are they pursuing.There are great sites to read up on the highlights (ArsTechnica is my favorite). From iOS 11 to macOS High Sierra (yes, they actually called it that) to innovations with augmented and virtual reality platforms, they’ve showed their hand for the next year.But there was something else featured which should concern you more than their upcoming in-home speaker: Payments. After years of requests, Apple has added peer-to-peer payments to ApplePay. Specially, within Messages. Come the release of iOS 11 in the fall, you’ll be able to send or receive money while in a message conversation with anyone. It will use your credit and debit cards linked to your ApplePay account. Of course, these are yours, right? Remember how important it is to get your cards top of wallet, both in the back pocket and digitally! continue reading » 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Lawrenceburg, In. — Ivy Tech Community College and The Hoosier Hills Literacy League are partnering to bring awareness to the importance of literacy through a special lunchtime event from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 1 at the College’s Lawrenceburg Riverfront Campus.The event, “Books, Burritos and Board Games,” brings burritos from Chipotle to the campus along with the opportunity to play board games and purchase books. The event is open to the public. A variety of board games will be available for anyone to play. There will be free giveaways throughout the event.A burrito and bottle of water is $7. For Ivy Tech students, the cost is $4 when they show their student identification. Chipotle’s delicious house made chips and salsa will be available for $2, and new books will be available to purchase for $2 each or three for $5.Event sponsors include the Aurora Chipotle, Thrivent Financial and Ivy Tech Lawrenceburg. All funds raised support the literacy efforts of the Hoosier Hills Literacy League, a United Way Agency that enhances personal growth and individual livelihood by providing literacy instruction, community outreach and supportive resources to residents of Southeastern Indiana.Among the Literacy League programs are adult literacy classes, the Dolly Parton Imagination Library, Independent Study towards the High School Equivalency diploma (formerly the General Education Diploma) at the Dearborn County Jail, Write and Read to Reconnect with the Jail Chemical Addiction Program, tutor training and one-on-one tutoring.For additional information, contact Laura Priebe of the Hoosier Hills Literacy League at 812-584-8516 or [email protected]