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Ray Bradbury and the Freedom to Imagine

Do you ever stop to consider the the concept of intellectual property?

I just started working at Starbucks last week. Before my first day, I was given several little books of guidelines and policies to go over. 205 more words

Starbucks

Freebies at AniManga Club tonight!


We have another Crunchyroll 48-hour pass to give away today.  We also have 2 copies of Fahrenheit 451: The Authorized Adaptation Graphic Novel to giveaway as part of our Big Read program.   23 more words

Teens

Visionary Fiction - Earth Sentinels

Earth Sentinels
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Everything that is, is, in some way, an integral part of the universe. Throughout history in every past that we know of, humans have been at odds with other humans. 178 more words

Entertainment

Paintings part II

“Everyone must leave something behind when he dies, my grandfather said. A child or a book or a painting or a house or a wall built or a pair of shoes made. 116 more words

Photojournalism

Four literary dystopias by Zachary Sunter

We have all heard of and read 1984, but George Orwell’s acclaimed novel is merely the tip of the iceberg for renowned dystopias in literature. For centuries, writers have provided perspective on what they envision a dystopian future to look like; typically in terms of an oppressive government that restricts individual freedoms and suppresses human rights. 1,069 more words

Books

The Future Library Project...

This has caught my imagination today…

Katie Paterson, a young Scottish artist has had, and implemented the most wonderful idea. Over the summer she and her team have planted over 1000 trees in a beautiful forest wilderness called Nordmarka, about 20 minutes outside Oslo in Norway. 353 more words

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