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Old Stuff You Just Don't Need Anymore Thanks To Tech

There comes a time in all of our lives when we realize that we’ve just got too much stuff. It’s everywhere; a catalog of all the things we’ve spent our money in over the years. 1,536 more words

Tech Talk

Wives know everything, LOL

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In Development: Encyclopedia of Colorado Topics

In development: an online encyclopedia for topics related to Colorado. Looks student-oriented. “By the time school’s back in session, Colorado students – and anyone seeking more information about Centennial State topics – can turn to The Colorado Encyclopedia … The encyclopedia is expected to contain close to 500 articles by September, with many entries focused on state history and geared toward readers in fourth through 10th grades. 6 more words

New Resources

Listening to the Radio in the Farmhouse

I picture my mother in our farm kitchen listening to the AM radio. She would be washing dishes, picking up the kitchen. The eight older kids having already been dropped off at school, a baby napping, another two playing under her feet, one in her tummy.  676 more words

Elizabeth Di Grazia

Theme 3: Reference Resources

There was a significant amount of information in Theme 3 that deals with references materials both in the print and online material for the librarian to use in the library. 844 more words

Reference Services

Before the Internet - Encyclopedias; Keepers of all Knowledge

The day that I began writing this story was March 8th.  It’s an important date in history.  No, not because it’s the day Malaysia flight 370 disappeared, it’s the anniversary of my new lease on life.  942 more words


On translating the hasty writing of encyclopedia articles

Translating French and Spanish encyclopedia articles from the Enlightenment into English is not easy. There are, of course, the typical problems that one encounters when doing any translation, such as negotiating between surface meanings and deep meanings, dealing with false cognates, contending with idiomatic expressions, and deciding whether to go with a literal or an idiomatic translation. 580 more words

Writers Of 18th Century