Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Daily Thoughts 04/24/2013

Charles Frederic Ulrich, The Village Printing Shop, Haarlem, Holland, 1884

Daily Thoughts 04/24/2013

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook page this morning.

Last night, I read some more of Loose Cannon by David Drake.  He is definitely better at writing science fiction than techno-thrillers.  The interesting thing about the book is that quite often the techniques, actions, and weapons come across as more real than many other books because of David Drake's military background as an interrogator in Vietnam and Cambodia.

I spent a little time working on a set of authors to check for forthcoming books for nonfiction.  I also did a bit of weeding in the large print and the 900s.

The book, Cooked A Natural History of Transformation by Michael Pollan came in for me to read.

I worked on finalizing sign up sheets for Excel and Powerpoint classes on Thursday in May.  We are expanding the amount of computer classes offered.

The front doors of the building were painted red today.  The building was also washed down recently.

Web Bits

Americans Still Love Libraries

Redefining A Little Library

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