Tao Gu Presents A Poem, Tang Yin, 1515
Daily Thoughts 12/12/2016
I checked the displays and the gift books this morning.
I also checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.
I spent some time looking through the flyers I had sent out with Constant Contact and the flyers I had posted on Facebook for the last several years.
I read the latest copy of the New York Times Book Review. I also placed the book, The Revenge of Analog: Real Things and Why They Matter by David Sax on hold.
I also read a copy of Publishers Weekly today.
On the way home, I finished reading American Philosophy A Love Story by John Kaag. I enjoyed reading the story. The end part was interesting, there was some material on Pearl S. Buck and Jane Addams of Hull House which was satisfying. I like the idea of examining the history of a professors personal library from a both an antiquarian, philosophical, and historical perspective. I enjoyed reading this book because it gave me some new understanding on how people gain meaning from books.
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