Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/19/2019


Daily Thoughts 03/19/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

I read some more of The Raven Tower last night.  There is a mystery in the story which adds to the fantasy novel.

I checked the displays and the gift books this morning.

I also checked the 600s and some of the mezzanine fiction books.

I looked through a copy of the New York Times Book Review, the Times Literary Supplement, and the New York Review of Books.

I put in two orders for new books today.

I have to work on some grants.  We need to look at the Mount Vernon Arts Initiative.

I have to work on ADP for the payroll.

Web Bits


In FY 2020 Budget Proposal, Trump Renews Bid To End Federal Library Funding

Wifi Hotspots Could Help Fill Internet Deserts in South Carolina

ALA and Google Get Libraries Ready to Code

Monday, March 18, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/18/2019

The Arab Sage, German Painter (19th century), Oil on canvas
The Arab Sage, 19th Century German Painting

Daily Thoughts 03/18/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

I read some more of The Raven Tower by Ann Leckie last night.

I also am looking at some programming which is coming up.

Web Bits


The Case for Creativity and Creative Spaces in Libraries

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/17/2019

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Four Sailors Relaxing on Deck, One Reading, Reverend Thomas Streatfield, 1820

Daily Thoughts 03/17/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

I read some more of The Raven Tower by Ann Leckie.

I checked the purchase alerts for hold from the library.

Web Bits


Baldwin Boettcher Library Lets Patrons Check Out Gardening Tools


Painted Renaissance Volumes On View at Yale's Beinecke Library

Saturday, March 16, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/16/2019

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Otis and Child, Joseph H. Davis (1811–1865), Watercolor, gum arabic, and graphite on off-white wove paper, American
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Otis and Child, Joseph H. Davis, 1834

Daily Thoughts 03/16/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

I have been reading more of The Raven Tower by Ann Leckie.  I like the notions of gods communicating through animals to people and asking advice of them.  It adds an interesting touch to the fantasy novel.

Web Bits


Ask Your Legislator to #Fundlibraries

PLA Seeks Columnists for Public Libraries Magazine

Moose Returns to Library – With Family

Library Servies As Alternative Shelter for Homeless


Friday, March 15, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/15/2019


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Erasmus Engert, Viennese Domestic Garden between 1828 and 1830.

Daily Thoughts 03/15/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

I started reading The Raven Tower by Ann Leckie which is a fantasy novel.  It is a story of gods and men.

I checked the New York Times and Publishers Weekly bestseller lists.

Web Bits



Circ Shift

New York Public Library Gets Rating Upgrade as Gifts Flow In

Ne York Public Library Releases Lou Reed Card

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/14/2019


Banko A Chinese Sage, Yashima Gakutei, 19th Century

Daily Thoughts 03/14/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

I also read some more of Lasers, Death Rays, and the Long Strange Quest for the Ultimate Weapon.  None of the weapons described seem to ever work at the level which their builders want.  The story starts with people wanting to shoot down missiles, then airplanes, and finally artillery rockets.  The price is always tremendously expensive.  Even when the lasers start work against battlefield rockets, they are too expensive for the military to produce at large scale.

On the way to work I finished reading the book.  This book demonstrates excessive enthusiasm which can happen in the military for super weapons.  It shows how scientists can make fantastic promises and have very different results than expected.  The laser has proven more effective as a communication device, welding tool, and surgical instrument than a weapon.

I spent some time setting up passwords for Evergreen this morning so we could have the catalog for searching, and checking in and out books.

Now that we have the catalog, I can work a little bit more with ordering.  I read a copy of the New York Times Book Review and started looking through the Ingram Advance.

I also checked the displays and the gift books.

Today is Pi Day.  We served pie today and a math teacher talked about pi with the tweens from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the community room. The cherry pie was good.

I am discussing the contract with our computer instructor.  There is a Beginning Microsoft Excel class from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the computer lab tonight.

I spent some time checking the fiction in the mezzanine as well as the 600s.

The new public catalog for the Westchester Library System

Web Bits


Long Island Library Goes Green

City's Rock Music History Finds a Home in Sac State Library

Gov. Burgum Emphasizes Vision in Push for Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library

Seattle Mayor Wants to Wave Library Late Fees Under New Levy

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/13/2019

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Grabporträtmedaillon eines Mannes (Schreiber von Flavia Solva) Fundort: Wagna (aus den Grabungen 1915) Höhe: 69 cm Datierung: Konstantinisch (1. bis 2. Jahrzehnt d. 4. Jh. n. Chr.) Marmor aus Bachern (Pohorje) Ausstellungsort: Lapidarium des Archäologiemuseums Graz

Daily Thoughts 03/13/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

I read some more of Lasers, Death Rays, and the Long, Strange Quest for the Ultimate Weapon.  I was reading about Edward Teller who invented the hydrogen bomb.  He also supported the idea of the nuclear bomb pumped lasers.  There is a certain extreme in Teller who also made plans to create harbors in Alaska using nuclear bombs. Tellers plans for bomb pumped x-ray lasers were part of the Strategic Defensive Initiative or "Star Wars."

This morning, I checked the displays and the gift books.

I also spent some time discussing programming.

I checked the 600s, the oversize, and some of the fiction books in the mezzanine.

I looked through two copies of Publishers Weekly.  I have a copy of the latest Ingram Advance to read through.

Web Bits


Trump's 2020 Budget Proposal Threatens to Defund Libraries

Information Literacy Can Combat Fake News

Keeping Things Found

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/12/2019

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Cuneiform Tablet: Fragment of a Mathematical Problem Text, 1st Millenium BC, Mesopotamia

Daily Thoughts 03/12/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.  '

Last night, I read some more of Lasers, Death Rays and the Long, Strange Quest for the Ultimate Weapon.  A lot of this book is about cold war thinking, where generals want to shoot down incoming ICBMs.  It is about how missile systems are constantly upgraded so they can avoid being shot down.  The concept of Mutual Assured Destruction is a theme throughout this book.  Many of the systems being described were classified military systems at the time they were created.

I checked the displays and the gift books this morning.

I med with Dr. Howard to discuss a grant for a program for the Harlem Renaissance next year in February 2020.

The Crochet Group was here today from 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m..  We have a very steady group of 12 people who come in every Tuesday to do crochet.

I read some more copies of Publishers Weekly.  I am also reading a copy of Library Journal today.

I paid a bill for databases.

I checked some of the 600s as well as some of the fiction in the mezzanine.

I spent some time discussing programming with a colleague.

There is a Fundamentals of Computers class and a Beginning Microsoft Word class tonight from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Web Bits


Ask Your Representative to #Fundlibraries

Treasures to be Un-Hidden at New York Public Library

Libraries Boost Training to Strengthen Security


Monday, March 11, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/11/2019

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Reading, Teodor Axentowicz Starzec, 1938

Daily Thoughts 03/11/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

I was at Local Administration Training for Evergreen this morning. Evergreen is our new catalog. A lot of the workshop was so we knew what to do on Thursday when the catalog goes live.  I was at the Croton Harmon Library.

I read some more of Lasers, Death Rays, and the Long, Strange Quest for the Ultimate Weapon  this morning.  I am reading about high powered rocket engine lasers.

I checked the displays and the gift books this afternoon.

I also put in orders for new books.

I talked to several different people about programming this afternoon.  There are a couple programs in April which I need to work on.

There is a Fundamentals of Computers class and a Beginning Microsoft Word class tonight in the computer lab.

I have some more copies of Publishers Weekly to read.

Web Bits


Kruger Street Train and Toy Museum Opens Train Library

Meet Bookbot: Mountain View Library's Newest Helper

How Your Library Can Become a Shelter in a Storm




Sunday, March 10, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/10/2019




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Daily Thoughts 03/10/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

Last night on the train home from work, I read some more of Lasers, Death Rays, and the Long Strange Quest for the Ultimate Weapon.  The soviets developed a laser pistol for the cosmonauts during the cold war.  Jeff Hecht reminds us that lasers are more than weapons, they are also being used to develop fusion energy.

In addition, I have been reading more of Saving Community Journalism.  The author is writing about whether or not to charge for access to online newspapers.

Web Bits



The Library of Congress Wants to Attract More Visitors. Will That Undermine its Mission?

Its Called a Public Library! Here's How It Works

SF Libraries as Sanctuaries for the Homeless – Hollywood Movie Captures Realities

The Library of the Future is an 80 Year Old Converted Train Shed



Saturday, March 9, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/09/2019

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Still Life with Wine Bottle, Glass and an Issue of the Louisville Times attributed to Aurelius O. Revenaugh, 1895, oil on canvas, 17¼ × 14 3/8 in. (43.8 × 36.5 cm.), Speed Art Museum

Daily Thoughts 03/09/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

Last night on the train home, I read some more of The Astronaut Maker.  I am reading about cooperation between the Soviet Union and the United States.  This include Mir and the International Space Station.

 I finished reading The Astronaut Maker How One Mysterious Engineer Ran Human Spaceflight for a Generation by Michael Cassutt this morning.  The last part is about how George Abbey laid the foundations for the International Space Station before he retired.  The book is very dense with lots of information, much of it appears to come from primary interviews.  It is an insiders view of NASA.

I checked the displays and the gift books.

I spent some time checking the fiction in the mezzanine.

I finished writing the monthly report for February.

I looked through several copies of Publishers Weekly.

Web Bits


World Book Day: Without Libraries We Are Less Human and More Profoundly Alone

BookExpo Announces Titles for Editor Buzz Panels

Libations in the Library


Friday, March 8, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/08/2019

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Juja Han, Coffee Flowers and Books,  Creative Commons Universal Public Domain CC 0 1.0, February 19, 2017 from Wikimedia.

Daily Thoughts 03/08/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

I read some more of The Astronaut Maker last night.  I was reading about the Hubble space telescope.

I checked the displays and the gift books today.

I spent some time working on the 600s.

I also set a few appointments.  I am meeting with Dr. Howard to discuss a program for next year on the Harlem Renaissance in February of 2020.  I am also working on a few other programs like a program for Black Leadership.

We looked at the Mount Vernon Arts Initiative and are in the process of reaching out to some artists.

I am going to Local Administration training for Evergreen on Monday morning.

I checked the bestseller lists for Publishers Weekly and the New York Times.

I am looking at a copy of Ann Leckie, The Raven Tower which I'd like to read.  I have too many books to read right now.  They are starting to accumulate and pile up.

I put in some orders from the Patron Request sheet for books which we keep at the circulation desk.

Thursday, March 7, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/07/2019

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Woman Reading in the Garden, Richard Edward Miller, 1915

Daily Thoughts 03/07/2019

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

Last night, I read some more of The Astronaut Maker.  I am reading about the Challenger disaster, the hearing, and the recovery of pieces of the space shuttle.

 I also read some more of Saving Community Journalism.  I am reading about how online newspapers create special interest local communities online focused on common interests in local communities.  This can include Facebook pages and mobile applications.

I checked the displays and the gift books this morning.

I also spent time checking the 600s, the ficiton in the mezzanine, and the oversize books.

We spent some time discussing the Evergreen Integrated Library System this afternoon.  I have to sit down and read some of the manuals.
https://it.westchesterlibraries.org/help-and-faqs/evergreen-help-and-faq/

I also did some more desk cleaning in preparation for the new flooring being put in.

There is a Beginning Microsoft Excel class tonight in the compute lab from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.


Web Bits



Why California Libraries Are Ditching Fines on Overdue Materials

My Library Card Made Me Less of a Picky Reader

An Annoyed Librarian's Rebuttal

This Morning: Inside Look at the World's Largest Library Collection of Comic Books


Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/06/2019

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August Muller, 1885, Liebesglück – der Tagebucheintrag

Daily Thoughts 03/06/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

On the way to work, I read some more of The Astronaut Maker.  I am reading about the Challenger disaster.  I also read about the first woman in space, the first African American astronaut, and the first congressperson in space.

I checked the displays and the gift books this morning.

I checked the 600s.

I also spent some time cleaning my desk.  I am going to have a different desk arrangement when it is done with a new cubicle.

I also looked at the Westchester Library System IT link.  There is a lot of information on the Evergreen system.

I spent some time getting lists together of books to look for while the integrated library system is down.  It is going to be down from March 11 to March 13.

Web Bits



Growing Up In a House Full of Books is Major Boost to Literacy and Numeracy Study Finds

After Changes, The Nobel Prize for Literature Returns

A New Digital Strategy for America's Library

Film News Roundup: Library of Congress Announces Ken Burns Documentary Award




Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/05/2019

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Terracotta Atramentarium, 1st Half of 1st Century AD, Roman

Daily Thoughts 03/05/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

I also checked the displays and the gift books.

A patron would like us to order Bookpage.

I checked some of the 600s today.  I also checked some of the fiction books in the mezzanine.

I also read the latest copy of the New York Review of Books and the New York Times Book Review.

I spent some time working on orders for new books.

I also made sure some orders went in as well.

I have to clear off my desk because they are going to be redoing the work area soon.  There will be new flooring and cubicles put in.

I read some more of The Astronaut Maker.  I am reading about the Challenger shuttle missions.  Many of the missions were to fix or deploy satellites.

I also read some more of Saving Community Journalism.  I am reading about why it is more important to have loyal readers than to have large amounts of visitors to your website or newspaper.  Loyal readers stick with your paper and focus in on specific interests in the community.

Web Bits


Community Conversations: Engagement Through Local History

Madison Public Library Holding an Antiques Roadshow

Lindenhurst Library Adopts Sustainability Policy and Initiatives

Monday, March 4, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/04/2019

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Man With A Pen, Jonas Welch Holman

Daily Thoughts 03/04/2019

I checked the libraries Twitter and Facebook this morning.

There is going to be a Westchester Library Association Unconference on May 20.

I read some more of The Astronaut Maker at the laundromat.


Sunday, March 3, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/03/2019

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Money pouch between gold heaps and writing utensils (below). Roman fresco from the Praedia of Julia Felix in Pompeii.

Daily Thoughts 03/03/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

I read some more of The Astronaut Maker.  I am reading about the relation between the air force and NASA.  The air force used the space shuttle for secret missions involving satellites.  I also am reading about Spacelab 2 and Spacelab 3.

Web Bits


UC Terminates Subscription to the Largest Scientific Publisher In Push for Open Access to Publicly Funded Research

Culinary Bookstores Feed Local Appetite

Communication Best Practices for Libraries

Patron Appreciation Week

Library Puts Tasty Spin on Reading


Saturday, March 2, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/02/2019

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Clay Tablet with Precuneiform Writings, 4th Millenium

Daily Thoughts 03/02/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

Last night, I read How To Invent Everything A Survival Guide to the Stranded Time Traveler by Ryan North.  It is a nonfiction book.  It was a very easy book to read.  A lot of the book is about ideas like the scientific method, logic, and music.  There are five focuses food surplus, the scientific method, spoken language, written language, and numbers.  There are also technology trees for progress and lots of simple pictures which are easy to follow.

I also read some more of The Astronaut Maker.  I am reading about the space shuttle program.

Web Bits


How Barnes & Noble, The Last Big Bookstore Fell to Amazon

Blockchain Reaction

A 30 Million Page Library Is Heading to the Moon to Help Preserve Human Civilization


Friday, March 1, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/01/2019

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Portrait of Ludwig Beethoven, Anonymous, 1800

Daily Thoughts 03/01/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

I checked the displays and the gift books.

I checked some oversize books.  I also checked some fiction titles.  I also checked a few biography books.  I spent some time checking the 600s as well.

I checked out the book, How to Invent Everything, A Survival Guide for the Stranded Time Traveler by Ryan North.

I also discussed the budget and staffing for the next year.

Web Bits


Bees Abuzzing: Redwood City Library Home to Two Hives



Fargo Public Library kicks off bookmark contest

Sacramento Public Library Helps Hundreds Have a Magical Prom Night

Thursday, February 28, 2019

Daily Thoughts 02/28/2019

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Summer Sunlight (Isles of Sholes) , Childe Hassam, 1892

Daily Thoughts 02/28/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

I read some more of The Astronaut Maker.  I am reading about the beginnings of the space shuttle with its early test flights.

I checked the displays and the gift books.  Tomorrow is Women's history month.  I got the material ready for tomorrow for Women's History Month.

I checked the fiction books in the mezzanine as well as some more 600s today.

I also checked the New York Times and Publishers Weekly Bestseller lists.

Hopefully, our new laptops for the staff should be ready today.

I checked out the book The Value of Everything Making and Taking in the Global Economy by Mariana Mazzucato.

I spent some more time working on the oversize books.

We discussed programming for the next 6 months.  We are thinking about doing an exercise program as well as some journaling classes.  Our summer reading program will start in June.

There is an Android and iPad tablets class in the computer lab from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m..  The computer classes are very popular.


Web Bits


Librarians Weather 2019 Government Shutdown

Inside Marie Antoinette's Secret Library

A History of the American Public Library

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Daily Thoughts 02/27/2019

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Woodcut, Illustration in notes to The Story of uns El-Wojood from the Arabian Nights, William Harvey, 1838-1840

Daily Thoughts 02/27/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

I read some more of The Astronaut Maker on the way to work.  I am reading about mission specialists and pilots are chosen to be astronauts.  Most of the pilots who fly to space are test pilots from the military.  Mission specialists are usually scientists or engineers that perform experiments.

I checked the displays and the gift books.

I spent some time checking the 600s and the ficiton books in the mezzanine.

We set dates for the beginning and ending of Adult and Teen Summer Reading which is in June.  It is called A Universe of Stories.

We are having a Javascript class tonight in the computer lab from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Web Bits


Blog: Get A Jump on Spring With Gardening Programs At Your Library

Washington Fly-In Teaches Strategic Library Advocacy

Bat Receives Library Card After Find Its Way Into English Museum

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Daily Thoughts 02/26/2019

Ode on Returning Home, After Qian Xuan (Chinese, ca. 1235–before 1307), Handscroll; ink, color, and gold on paper, China
Ode on Returning Home, Qian Xuan, 14th Century

Daily Thoughts 02/26/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

I read some more of The Astronaut Maker on the way to work. I am reading about Spacelab and the Apollo Soyuz missions.

I checked the displays and the gift books this morning.

I spent some more time working on the scheduling for ADP.

I read the New York Times Book Review and part of the Ingram Advance and worked on some book orders.

I talked to Brodart and InfoUsa today.

I have a meeting today to help prepare for an Art Journaling Workshop in March and April.  ArtsWestchester is funding half of it.  There are six sessions.  We met and discussed art supplies, fliers, and activities.

There is a Fundamentals of Computers Class and a Beginning Microsoft Word 2013 class tonight.  We also have a program called Fact or Fake sponsored by the League of Women Voters from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the community room.

Web Bits


Open Agenda, Privacy and Digital Identity Lead Top Tech Trends, ALA Midwinter 2019

Going To A Library With a Little One

Homeless Shelter Receives Library




Monday, February 25, 2019

Daily Thoughts 02/25/2019

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Koryusai, Late 18th Century, Woodblock Print, Young Woman With Youth and Young Attendand: Taifu from Furyu Jinrin Juniso

Daily Thoughts 02/25/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

I read some more of The Astronaut Maker.  I am reading about the failed Apollo 13 mission.

I also read some more of Saving Community Journalism.  I am reading about how journalists need to be retrained to focus on video and audio in addition to print journalism.

I checked the displays and the gift books this morning.

I put in two orders for new books this morning.

I spent some time checking the 600s as well as the oversize books.

I spent some time working on scheduling for ADP.

I checked out the book, A Bright Future How Some Countries Have Solved Climate Change and the Rest Can follow by Joshua S. Goldstein and Staffan A. Qvist.

There is a Fundamentals of Computers Class and a Beginning Microsoft Word 2013 class tonight in the computer lab.


Sunday, February 24, 2019

Daily Thoughts 02/24/2019


Johann Peter Hasenclever, Hieronymous Jobs im Examen, 1840

Daily Thoughts 02/24/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

I read some more of The Astronaut Maker.  I am reading about the Apollo missions focused on the landing on the moon.

I also read a little bit of Lasers, Death Rays, and the Long, Strange Quest for the Ultimate Weapon by Jeff Hecht.  I read about Archimedes legendary use of mirrors to burn Roman ships.  This has never been proven.

I checked the purchase alerts for the library for holds.

I also checked the New York Times and Publishers Weekly Bestseller lists.


Saturday, February 23, 2019

Daily Thoughts 02/23/2019

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Tensho Shubun, Reading In a Bamboo Grove, Tensho Shubun, 1446

Daily Thoughts 02/23/2019

I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.

On the way to work, I read some more of The Astronaut Maker.  I am reading about the history of the Saturn V launch vehicle.

I checked the displays and the gift books.

I also checked some of the fiction books and the 600s  in the mezzanine.

The book, The Greenprint Plant-Based Diet/ Best Body/ Better World by Marco Borges came in for me to read.

I signed up for the Urban Librarians Unite conference.


Web Bits

Comics Is A Market In Transition
https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/industry-news/comics/article/79292-comics-is-a-market-in-transition.html

Story Time at the Laundromat
http://publiclibrariesonline.org/2019/02/story-time-at-the-laundromat/

Rochester Seed Library to Launch With 44 Varieties
https://www.postbulletin.com/news/local/rochester-seed-library-set-to-launch-with-varieties/article_6d1b027e-35ea-11e9-a197-63e23076311f.html

A Glimpse of the Future of Houston Libraries

https://www.houstonchronicle.com/local/gray-matters/article/houston-public-library-model-young-branch-13631439.php