Friday, January 31, 2014

Daily Thoughts 01/31/2014

Literary Reading, Vladimir Makovsky, 1866

Daily Thoughts 01/31/2014

On the way to work, I read a bit more of Orfeo.  I rather like the main character who is doing hobby biology research is accused of being a bioterrorist and goes on the run.  This is rather ironic.

This morning I checked the displays and the gift books.  February is African American history month so I spent some time changing the monthly display.

We had a meeting this morning to discuss the children's portion of the website.  We are going to make some adjustments soon to the website.  It is a work in progress.

I also spent some time talking to Linda Tarrant-Reid who is doing a slide presentation on her book, Discovering Black America on February 6, 2014 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m..

I did a little more work with the oversize books today.

Web Bits

Pew Research Update-- Libraries

Authors Sleep Patterns and Productivity

America’s Libraries are a Rung on the Ladder of Opportunity

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