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Know Your Law Library: East Reading Room Collection

Leadership Development, Librarianship, and Teaching Skills

Recently the Charlotte School of Law Library consolidated several collections to form the East Reading Room Collection. The books in this section are located in the East Reading Room on the east side of the 5th floor of the law library. 174 more words


The Curse of Self Check Out

Last week the Mrs. and I visited Giant, our local super market. Throughout this great country of ours we have these stores everywhere with different names. 1,196 more words

As The Rooster Crows

e-bloody-Passport gates

Unless you’re scuttling about in the document-free Schengen zone, an international journey means passing through passport control. This is rarely an experience worth travelling for on its own account, but sometimes a briskly cheerful British immigration officer can make your day at the end of  a long homeward journey, with a bit of banter about the weather. 725 more words

Diebold unveils contactless mobile payment self-checkout concept for retail market

Diebold, Incorporated, a provider of innovative self-service solutions to top retailers, is introducing a new mobile-enabled self-checkout concept. Building on Diebold’s omni-channel expertise in the financial services industry, the new concept combines the core capabilities of the automated teller machine (ATM) with the convenience of contactless mobile payments and self-checkout. 223 more words


Books for the Break! (and other times...)

CHECKOUT the new books in the East Reading Room (5th floor on the east side of the library). These recently donated books include…..

Lots of Legal Thrillers… 22 more words


Checked Out: To Scan or Not to Scan

Look, I am not using self check out unless there is a discount; in that case, I might consider it. I work at home on a laptop all day. 167 more words


Self Bagging at the Grocery Store

You know at the grocery store how you can pretend to be a check-out person? In theory, it’s a great idea. In actuality, it’s a terrible idea. 196 more words