Monday, May 5, 2014

Daily Thoughts 05/05/2014

Marguerite Gerard, Lady Reading in an Interior, Between 1795 and 1800.

Daily Thoughts 05/05/2014

I checked the Twitter and Facebook for the library this morning.  Tomorrow is the library budget vote.
Vote on the Mount Vernon Public Library Budget and Trustees on May 2014 from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

I read some more of Memories, Dreams, Reflections which is C.G. Jung's biography.  I am also reading Alison Levine's On The Edge.   She is describing training for sleep deprivation and hunger which are part of climbing Everest and going to places like the North Pole.

I spent a little time looking at Earlyword and the Black Expressions Book Club websites. 

I tried to do what I could today with Facebook and Twitter. The Friends of the Mount Vernon Public Library are making the reminder calls right now to get people to go out and vote tomorrow. It should be interesting tomorrow.  The Grace Greene Baker Community Room is where people will go to vote.  There are poll workers that have been hired.  Extra parking has been arranged for around the library.

Web Bits 

 British Library Opens Showcase for Vast News Archive;_ylt=AwrBJSDdjGdTf3sAj3PQtDMD 

A World Digital Library is Coming True-- Robert Darnton-- New York Review of Books

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