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My Reference Collection

Following are photos of just a sampling of my extensive reference book collection. I will have a display of some of my books and advertisements during the month of May at Rodman Public Library, 215 E. 14 more words

D. Books

But why?

Valentine’s Day got me thinking about gifts. See my husband is really good at getting me good gifts. I can honestly say he’s never gotten me a gift where I was like “wtf”. 841 more words

Thunderous-Mouth-Milling and Petty-Bragging: Some Words for a Thursday

The Suda has the following anecdote which seems to be taken and altered from Diogenes Laertius or something similar.

“thunderous-mouth-milling”: Eubulides says this “the eristic, asking his horn questions and discombobulating the orators with his falsely-intellectual arguments, taking with him the “thunderous-mouth-milling” of Demosthenes. 105 more words

Greek

Open letter to Jimmy Wales, Wikipedia Founder

Dear Mr. Wales:

I understand your concern. Everyone and anyone wants my hard-earned money. (It’s actually my husband’s money, but still.) I still have a little bit of money left from my previous job that I can do whatever I please with it. 514 more words

Society

Voltaire Lab: new digital research tools and resources

As part of our efforts to establish the Voltaire Lab as a virtual research centre, we are pleased to announce a major update of the… 634 more words

Correspondences

The beauty of open education

This video made me remember a conversation I had with my husband about encyclopedias, two nights ago. In the 80s, encyclopedias were sold door to door in Brazil as well as in other parts of the world. 779 more words

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