Most of us enjoy spending some amount of our free time on the internet, whether it’s watching our favorite shows, streaming music, playing online games, or shopping around.

But what if you could only spend just a few hours a day doing all of those things or else you would have to pay extra? Some Internet Service Providers will charge you a fee for just watching another couple of episodes on Netflix, shopping a bit more on Amazon, or talking to grandma and grandpa on Skype for a while longer.

With deeply discounted services, classroom technology is more accessible.

It’s easier than ever for schools to make technology more accessible to students, thanks to the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) and its Schools and Libraries Program, more commonly known as E-rate.

Socket joined the 2011 Missouri Bankers Association Annual Convention Wednesday, June 8 to Friday, June 10 at the Hilton Hotel in Branson, MO. Socket took part in the exhibit hall at the convention, which offered the leaders of Missouri's community banks the latest banking products and services.