Sunday, March 10, 2019

Daily Thoughts 03/10/2019

Honore Duamier, The Connoisseur, Between 1860 and 1865

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

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