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Will #Librarians be the overseers of the #InformationAge?

Julie Todaro, President of the American Library Association, ALA and Eleni Miltsakaki, founder and CEO of Choosito! sat down with Rod Berger to discuss the role of librarians in today’s schools. 589 more words


Drake, Hendrix, Dean Martin, and Beethoven

About a generation separates Drake and Hendrix, and Hendrix and Dean Martin.  And in those generations, music evolved dramatically.  Beethoven hovered in the background when Hendrix and Dean Martin were in their respective ascendancies.   398 more words


October 20th, 2016

 Jonathots, Jr. Daily Blog

(Number 1372)


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PoHymn: A Rustling in the Stagnant

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Practical Spiritiality

Anonymously Yours

If you haven’t heard about the Elena Ferrante controversy, then frankly, you’re doing Twitter wrong!  Elena Ferrante is the pen-name of a highly successful Italian author who was ‘outed’ last week by a journalist whose motives are questionable at best.   874 more words


The Rock

By T S Eliot

The Eagle soars in the summit of Heaven,
The Hunter with his dogs pursues his circuit.
O perpetual revolution of configured stars, 255 more words


Meditations on the Age

Caught longing for a more complex time
I was quickly reminded such moods were anathema.
Worthy of prescription.
Punished by conscription
Into a war of pretending to be something easily defined. 145 more words


A New Economy Needs A New Economics

We hear a lot about the Information Age – defined by Wikipedia as the period in human history we’re living through characterised by the shift from traditional industry to an economy based on… 411 more words