Your desktop news ticker automatically makes your computer desktop feel like Times Square. As silly as it may sound, but as a decision-making who is in charge of a large department in a rather successful corporation, I find that I like to keep up on in current events. The only problem is that I often do not have the time to read the newspaper. Oh sure, I get to listen to morning radio, and I do that every morning, but I’ve always been driven to success. A half an hour of radio news on the way to work might be enough for some people to feel connected to the world, but for me it barely even begins to make me feel in touch. For me, if I am not aware of all of the important things that are going on in every part of the world all day, right from the handiness of my computer desktop, I might as well be in the middle of nowhere without even wireless internet. And that is where my Fox desktop news ticker comes into the picture! f95zone
For sure, you can tell right off the bat that it is going to give you all the news that you need to feel in tune with what is going on around you, even if you only read the headlines on the desktop news ticker. Why else would they call it “fair and impartial” reporting if it was not just that? And the headlines on the desktop news ticker are usually graphic enough so that, if you are extremely busy as I am, you can get by without reading the articles at all, and still know what is happening around you. But if you don’t want to read what is going on, no problem. Just click the headline as it scrolls by on the trusty desktop news ticker, and it will pop right up for you. No joking. It is some brilliant innovation, I must say.
Even though if you are not a fan of Fox News, for instance if you are a Communist or something, and still happen to be smart enough to read, you can get a desktop news ticker for many other publications. In fact, there are some desktop news tickers that allow you to select from between many different news sites, so that you can vary them according to your mood, or according to whether you would prefer to hear fair and balanced reporting, or not that day.