Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Daily Thoughts 05/18/2016

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Daily Thoughts 05/18/2016

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

I read some more of The Third Wave by Steve Case today.  I am reading about how starups are going to be more widely distributed throughout the United States in order to create a more equitable business situation.  Steve Case runs a startup venture called Revolution.  He also describes how startups will be more impact focused on how people can improve other peoples.  An example he gives is Revolution Foods which provides healthy school lunches.

I took a little bit to look at the Community Development Block Grant program today.

Web Bits

Study  Ties College Success to Students' Exposure to a High School Librarian

$15.5  Million Expansion, Public Rooftop Garden Planned for Vancouver Public Library

Urban Libraries Conference Highlights STEAM for Kids, Programs for Adults, and DC Makers In Residence

Jeff Kinney Advocates for New York City Libraries

Why We Shouldn't Dismiss Digital Books

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