Space Travel – “The personal story of the first person to land a craft on the moon and to step on its surface will live forever – in the Purdue University Libraries.”
L.A. Now – “He showed up at Acres of Books (pictured) in Long Beach when the venerable bookstore announced its closing, and now author Ray Bradbury is rallying to the rescue of the Long Beach Main Library, the latest bastion of reading to be rocked by the tanking economy.”
DarienTimes – â€œWeâ€™re of the mind that the success of this project will be reflected in the improved quality of online customer service we provide,â€ said Blyberg. â€œWhen approaching this project, we did not consider it in terms of how we would measure its success; we based our decision to proceed on whether there was anything else available that we could use that measured up to our standards. This project reflects the sensibilities and philosophy of Darien Library.â€
Congrats to John Blyberg and crew. I can’t wait to see it.
St. Petersburg Times – “You never know who you might run into at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.”
Michael Lieberman – “Jacques J. Benoit, the library custodian at the Clapp Memorial Library in Belchertown, Massachusetts , has being seeing some “strange, unexplained happenings at the library for the past nine years.”
Arvin Dang – “Libraries, where books can be borrowed completely free seems completely unconventional right? If video content were offered on a public level similar to libraries, whoâ€™s losing out?”
Michael Landauer – “In the 10 years since the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum opened in College Station, its eponym has traveled the world a few times over and experienced dozens of other museums. And he has taken notes.”