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Everchanging Libraries..How Libraries have had to change with the times

This a personal opinion piece

Libraries have had to under go a lot of change in more recent times. I would say libraries didn’t have distract changes until the introduction of the computer and the technology that followed it. 359 more words


Nobody Does It Better

We’ve been here a week (a week!) and things are starting to shift into a sort of rhythm. My husband started his new job on Monday so I have my days to myself which I am trying to fill with more than just watching the Gilmore Girls on my laptop – American TV channels manage somehow to offer everything and simultaneously nothing in entertainment. 605 more words

The Rosie Project — Review

I first heard about The Rosie Project back at Book Expo America and remember thinking that it sounded cute and fun. Now, however-many months later I finally got a chance to read it thanks to the Free Library of Philadelphia’s digital overdrive e-lending platform. 222 more words


49 Years and Counting

Jean Reidy’s love of libraries is seen in her 49 years of service to the Somers Library. Recorded in The Cube at the Mexican Shack for Somers Historical Society, 2013.

Oral History

SPORTING LIFE: Bibliophilia isn't a sport

If it’s Thursday it must be time for the weekly sports column that I’ve thus far proved terrible at writing. For this edition, we shall call it Bibliophilia Isn’t A Sport. 848 more words


#uklibchat Summary - Digital Libraries - 6 March 2014

On 6 March 2014, we talked about digital libraries in their many forms – what exactly they are, what challenges and opportunities they offer our profession, and how library customers use them. 1,470 more words