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At Least They Don't Have To Be Fed

Book Lover

I keep collecting books I know
I’ll never, never read;
My wife and daughter tell me so,
And yet I never heed.
“Please make me,” says some wistful tome, 408 more words


Victor Hugo's New Notre Dame

René Magritte ~ ‘Marche des Snobs’ sheet music cover (1924)

Prejudice can be difficult to witness or to experience. Its various forms — sexism, ageism, and racism, among others — can erode relationships and destroy communities. 1,489 more words


Kindle Convert

I know there are still a lot of people out there who are anti e-reader. I understand, I really do, I used to be one of them. 525 more words


Obsoletion vs. Sentimentality: I'll Stick with My Books.

I am a true bibliophile in every sense of the word.  There is nothing on this earth that I love more than going to my book room at the end of a long work day; immersing myself in the wonderful smell of paper and glue, and that mystery (musty?) smell that has permeated every corner.  576 more words


Devices and Blended Learning

We have an ever-growing collection of e-books, but there are a multitude of difficulties users encounter when downloading and viewing e-books, especially where licenses are limited to one or three concurrent users. 603 more words

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In a Mother’s Library, Bound in Spirit and in Print

Excerpt from this article:

After the will reading, my older sister sweetly offered to share my mother’s library. I gratefully accepted. And then a few weeks later, while my younger sister was going through our mother’s personal belongings, she came across something she thought I might like.

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An Easy Way to Prepare Your Book’s Table of Contents for E-Book

One of the most challenging aspects of Self-Publishing for me, in the beginning, was preparing my book for e-book conversion for proper viewing as an e-book on electronic devices. 508 more words