PCs for People evens economic odds in this day and age when computer access is all—think Internet information and e-mail communication—but many of us can’t afford one. Also, gone is the time of searching for a job or finding a home by getting a newspaper and combing through classifieds ads. By the time you do, someone has beat you to it online.
Jordan Maloney, assistant customer service manager for PCs for People, points up another aspect, education, that can spell the difference between youngsters getting somewhere in life and being left on society’s sidelines. “Parents,” she says, “don’t have to send their children to the library to do homework, because most things are online now.
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