Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Daily Thoughts 10/07/2014

Edmond Picard, 1885, Jan Toorop

Daily Thoughts 10/07/2014

I checked the Twitter and Facebook for the library this morning.

I read some more of Real Happiness at Work. I am reading about the concept of integrity in the workplace.  Sharon Sulzberger focuses on morals and intentions in this chapter.

I checked the gifts and the displays today.   I am taking a few days off for bereavment.

I am hoping I can take a picture for the Sisters In Crime We Love Libraries Drawing.

I finished reading a copy of the New York Times Book Review and Book List this morning.

I did an order with a colleague of e-book originals and streaming video on Overdrive.  There were two novellas that came out as e-book originals that looked interesting, Jack Strong a Story of Life After Life by Walter Mosley and Unexpected Stories by Octavia Butler.  We focused on trying out a few documentaries like Cats: Caressing The Tiger by National Geographic and Sound City which is about a recording studio.

Web Bits

How Bookstores Survive in the Age of Amazon.

At a Tipping Point, Education, Learning, and Libraries

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