Afternoon In September, (Oil), 1913, Frank Weston Benson
Daily Thoughts 01/14/2016
I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.
I read a copy of the New York Times on the way to work. No books for me today.
I am reading a book suggested by a colleague, When Books Went To War The Stories That Helped Us Win World War II by Molly Guptill Manning.
I checked the gift books and the displays. A colleague is doing a display of movies starring dogs.
I talked with my colleagues about the Sparks! Ignition Grant. I have what I want to do fairly well outlined.
I gave an administrative editor role to one of the people who works on the public computers for Facebook.
There is a Beginning Microsoft Powerpoint class from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. tonight in the computer lab.
I worked a little bit on a flyer for a discussion of Native Son by Richard Wright and updated a few announcements in the Mount Vernon Daily Voice.
How Young Librarians Are Figuring Out the Fields Future
You Are Not What You Read: Librarians Purge User Data to Protect Privacy
New Rochelle Library Looks to Build Bookstore
Tesla Car Can Be Summoned and Park Itself