Cr Dobie stays up to date with Daily News anywhere, anytime
WHETHER she's out on the road or in her office, mayor Tracy Dobie needs to be able to quickly catch up with hot topics that are getting residents talking.
Cr Dobie said the immediacy of mobile technology allows her to tap into the Warwick Daily News anytime, anywhere.
"Everybody is coming to realise that technology is the future, no matter their age,” she said. "We are inquisitive and want to know what's going on all the time.”
Cr Dobie said tablets are the ideal size to carry around and keep her connected.
"The whole idea of paper I find unnecessary these days, you just log on and the information is there,” Cr Dobie said.
"Having news at your fingertips, you don't have to deal with the mess of paper and the recycling.”
Cr Dobie is a digital subscriber to the Daily News on her existing tablet and gets a newsletter twice a day with the top headlines.
She also visits the homepage to read each article in full.
The online world allows keeping a record of top stories over the years.
"You can search back by day, by week, by month,” she said.
Cr Dobie said classes were available through Southern Downs libraries for people to learn to be more tech-savvy, but many older residents already enjoyed keeping up to date with the latest gadgets.
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