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Love for the library by Natalie Miller-Moore

Love for the library is reprinted with Natalie's permission…Everywhere I live, I always seek out the library. It's like trying to find a place to buy food – it's essential and I have to have it. I love the idea of the library as the people's university, where anyone can go and learn pretty much anything [...]

Love for the library by Natalie Miller-Moore

Love for the library is reprinted with Natalie's permission…Everywhere I live, I always seek out the library. It's like trying to find a place to buy food – it's essential and I have to have it. I love the idea of the library as the people's university, where anyone can go and learn pretty much anything [...]

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Normally I interview the authors of books

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Normally I interview the authors of books

Your Image Can Be Tweaked With The Right Tools

Visit Weblogg-ed for Will's post and a video clip about the perception of beauty and how technology can impact it. This short, but powerful message, is worthy of sharing if you work in education, are a parent, or know anyone with children. -Amy Bowllan

Your Image Can Be Tweaked With The Right Tools

Visit Weblogg-ed for Will's post and a video clip about the perception of beauty and how technology can impact it. This short, but powerful message, is worthy of sharing if you work in education, are a parent, or know anyone with children. -Amy Bowllan

Remembering Librarian Mayme Clayton

Librarian Mayme Clayton passed away at the age of 83. Clayton is being remembered for her work with collecting counteless resources on the African and African American experience. Elaine Woo from the LA Times writes, "For four decades she prowled garage sales, flea markets, attics, used-book stores, even dumps. From these waste heaps of memory, the soft-spoken [...]

Remembering Librarian Mayme Clayton

Librarian Mayme Clayton passed away at the age of 83. Clayton is being remembered for her work with collecting counteless resources on the African and African American experience. Elaine Woo from the LA Times writes, "For four decades she prowled garage sales, flea markets, attics, used-book stores, even dumps. From these waste heaps of memory, the soft-spoken [...]

Now TRY to HEAR this

…because I still can't. Back in June, before everyone went on their summer breaks, I posted about this annoyingly pitched ring tone that had educators sounding alarms (sorry, I couldn't resist). Paul Vitello from The New York Times ran an article, (a day later I might add), about how this sound (that I still cannot [...]

Now TRY to HEAR this

…because I still can't. Back in June, before everyone went on their summer breaks, I posted about this annoyingly pitched ring tone that had educators sounding alarms (sorry, I couldn't resist). Paul Vitello from The New York Times ran an article, (a day later I might add), about how this sound (that I still cannot [...]