When I began the Silver Lake Institute News Blog in 2010, very few even thought of trying to receive it on a mobile phone or any other type of mobile device. During the past five or six years, we've noticed an ever-increasing use of mobile equipment clicking on the website. This has been especially true when we combined the Institute's News Blog with a brand new Lake-wide news blog called the Silver Lake NY News.blog this past December. In response to that, we have been working hard to be sure that mobile devices will have the best possible reception and efficient experience possible.
Today we have just added two brand new tabs to our menu (or "home") buttons: the "Mobile 1: Col-R" and the "Mobile 2: Col-L." They will enable mobile device users to now have access to our News Blog's right-hand and left-hand news columns which previously could not be easily obtained by mobile users. The Mobile 1 tab is fully functional. The Mobile 2 tab is in place but only partially available at this time. Currently, the Mobile 2 (left-hand column) is being used more as a utility column while we work to get each of its functions up to standard.
When looking to access Mobile 1 and Mobile 2, look first on your mobile screen for the gray or blue rectangular box with the word "Home" at the left-hand side, then move over to the right-hand side where you will find an arrow pointing right (>) which you need to click on. That will open up the vast number of pages available at the Silver Lake NY News Blog. Before you begin to think that something has been removed that you use to read and enjoy, please check this menu section labeled "Home" where you just might find what you are looking for. Those using regular desk top and lap top computers should not notice any significant changes in the way their machines operate while perusing the Silver Lake NY News.blog.
The News Blog will get better and better as people, businesses, and organizations feel more and more comfortable calling in (or emailing) their activities, so our coverage will continue to grow and serve an abundance of our Lake Community's needs. We are an informal non-profit organization with no staff reporters or photographers and no advertising income. If you sense a personal "call" to serve your lake community as a reporter or photographer, please feel free to get involved. We hope to one day soon be able receive some minimal advertising and to pay fees to free lance contributors. In the meantime, keep letting us know what's happening near you and with you.
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