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The word watermark doesn’t tend to come up in casual conversation. Yet consciously or unconsciously, watermarks are a big part of daily life and faith. Here are a few examples. High-quality stationery has long been associated with watermarks. I can still remember my mom’s special bond-quality writing paper, with the curious watermark on every page. We all handle money regularly, but if you work in retail, banking, or any profession that deals with money frequently, then you’ll be more than familiar with the watermarks used in paper currency to help stop counterfeiting. The same is also true of those who work in airport security checking passports for the safety of all travelers. If you’re in any kind of construction work, home or building repair specialist, then watermarks have a whole different meaning, especially if you’re called in to deal with the aftermath of a flood or some other type of water damage. Then there’s digital watermarking used in audio or image data for copyright purposes. Other types of digital watermarks protect data integrity and computer security. Last, but not least, from a spiritual perspective, the word watermark reminds us of our baptism.
The East Valley Institute of Technology is still accepting enrollment for the 2014-15 school year in most classes, including the new Future Engineers program at the East Campus.
This year, the Mesa Public School District is bringing computer skills and technology to the forefront of study and teaching focus.
NEW YORK — Today's travelers want to be comfortable, organized and connected. With those themes in mind, here are some gift ideas, starting with suggestions from three folks who travel for a living.
LOS ANGELES — If "unplugged" acoustic music was a hallmark of the '90s, surely "wireless" listening is the big trend of the '10s.
This image provided by Soundcast Systems Inc., shows the Soundcast Melody speaker. This Bluetooth speaker flips the idea of surround sound on its head. With a speaker grill that encircles its rice-cooker-shaped body, you can surround it from any direction and still feel the sound coming your way. (AP Photo/Soundcast Systems Inc)
This image provided by Blue Wolf Communications, Inc. shows the HMDX Jam Plus speaker. These stubby tumbler-glass sized speakers are perfect companions to a laptop or tablet. For the price, a pair of these would make a nice stocking stuffer for any gadget lover. (AP Photo/ Blue Wolf Communications, Inc.)
This photo provided by Beats by Dr. Dre shows Beats Studio Wireless plush set of over-ear headphones that almost exactly mirror Beats' popular Studio line, updated this summer, but comes with wireless ability. It's an outstanding way to bliss out during a noisy commute or wander around your home with music in your head. (AP Photo/Beats by Dr. Dre)
This photo provided by Sonos shows an iPhone and Sonos Black Play 1. Sonos speakers run over Wi-Fi and need to be plugged into a power outlet. The speakers are designed to disperse sound in a wide radius and fill a room with sound. (AP Photo/Sonos)
This photo provided by Monster, Inc. shows the Monster iSport Freedom headphones. Meant for a workout, these on-ear headphones are made of sweat-resistant plastic and rubbery material and will give you a tight-fitting hug. (AP Photo/Monster, Inc., Stephen Gutierrez)
This photo provided by Blue Wolf Communications, Inc. and House of Marley LLC shows the Marley Get Together, a Bluetooth speaker made with Eco-friendly materials. Playing Bob Marley over Bluetooth on this modern-day boom box just seems right. It has eight hours of battery life. (AP Photo/Blue Wolf Communications, Inc., House of Marley LLC)
This photo provided by Beats by Dr. Dre shows a second generation Beats Pill. This year’s model adds some very cool new features. It comes with a near-field communications chip, and with a couple of long taps you can pair two Pills together for stereo sound. (AP Photo/Beats by Dr. Dre)
“If you can’t modify something you’ve bought, do you really own it?”
East Valley cities are keeping up with technology, launching multiple mobile applications to help residents better connect with the city they live in.
Q: I saw your video on how to turn off in-app purchases (http://youtu.be/9P4wFB6d7gM), but what if I want to allow my son to buy age appropriate items on his iPod touch but limit how much he can spend? — Daniel
I am trying to find a way to legally copy DVDs we own to an external hard drive for storage connected to my laptop. When we take long road trips it would be nice to not have to haul all our movies along. — Bill
From national tragedies like that at Sandy Hook Elementary School to the increased digital tools at virtually everyone’s disposal — including in the hands of kids — it’s understandable that parents might feel overwhelmed as they try to raise their children in today’s age.
Banner Health Group officially broke ground on four 21,000-square-feet East Valley health centers in Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa and Queen Creek Thursday.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Apple introduced a smaller iPad, as expected, but also updated its full-sized one. It also unveiled new Mac computers, including a 13-inch version of a MacBook Pro with sharper, "Retina" display.
Q: I have thousands of songs in my iTunes at home that I would like to listen to at work and I don’t want to pay Apple to use iTunes Match. Any other suggestions? - Nicholas
Q: I travel a lot and work with a lot of PDF files. Can you recommend a PDF editing app for my iPad? — Lee
Staff at all four of Chandler’s public libraries will undergo training Oct. 8 and the facilities will be closed. They will reopen Oct. 9 for regular hours. Patrons can still drop off materials at outside book deposits.
Q: In the past, you guys talked about a program that allowed you to record Internet radio and YouTube videos pretty easily. What was the name of the program again? — Stephen
Q: In the past, you guys talked about a program that allowed you to record Internet radio and YouTube videos pretty easily. What was the name of the program again? - Stephen