Library staff in Pierce County, Ohio, are using a cheap, no-nonsense Apple pencil for free because they are so used to using them that they don’t even think about how to use them.
Pierce County Library officials have been using the Apple pencil to make their daily library checkups.
But the staff doesn’t have the time to go through the hassle of actually purchasing an Apple pencil and trying to use it.
The Pierce County Library staff member said the staff member has been using Apple pencils for years because she always used the one on her desk to draw and to write on her paper.
She even had her daughter use one when she was younger, and she thought she was doing her job properly.
But when she decided to use the Apple Pen and have her staff use it instead, she said she felt she should be able to use an Apple pen without thinking about it.
“I thought, ‘Oh my God, I can’t use an iPad,'” said the Pierce County library worker, who did not want to give her name for fear of retribution from staff members who do not want their names used in this story.
The library is currently using the cheap Apple pencil at its front desk.
Staff members use the pencil for their own personal use and sometimes for the library to record notes on the computer, which is the main office of the Pierce county library.
The library also has an office that handles books and other documents and sometimes the staff uses it for meetings.
The office also has a large computer desk that is used for a number of things, such as recording documents and emails.
So the staff said they were concerned that staff would be distracted by using the desk and that they would not be able use their Apple Pen, which they use to draw on paper.
In the past, staff members have had to get creative and buy an iPad in order to use their iPhones.
But that was just the beginning.
Staff members have been asking staff at other locations in the county to purchase iPads, and now they are asking staff in the Pierce Library to buy their own iPads as well.
The staff member, who is part of the community program, said she is tired of people not understanding the importance of using the iPad.
She said she does not have time to make sure her staff members use their iPads to their full potential, so she has begun asking them to use Apple pencil.
“You know, I want them to be able just as well as I can use the iPad,” the Pierce employee said.
“I want them doing their job well.
I don’t want them having to use iPads just to be successful.”
The library staff member added that they want to make the iPad an integral part of their daily work so staff members can better focus on what they are supposed to be doing and not have to think about it.
“It’s a little different to having to think, ‘I can’t get my staff to do that,'” the Pierce staff member told New York magazine.
“But I do want to do my job better, and I do think that having a digital thing is a good thing for our library.”