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Boston Public Library by the Numbers

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Goodbye Library Stuff Readers

I just sent out this tweet. It’s been real folks, but I’m hanging up my blogging shoes today. Thank you all for your support over the years. As my 10 year old daughter says, “Peace out”

Lance Armstrong Mocked by Aussie Library, Books Moved to Fiction

News Limited TV’s Holly Byrnes noted the Manly Library in New South Wales, Australia, posted this sign letting its patrons know that “all non-fiction Lance Armstrong books … will soon be moved to the FICTION section.”
via Hypervocal

Just Sayin’

Reno campus’ towering holiday book tree (no reading involved)

LA Times – “One librarian, two helpers and 348 old books equals one huge holiday book tree. Usually those elements would add up to books stacked neatly on a shelf, but campus librarian Erin Fisher and others instead constructed a 9½-foot green “tree” in the atrium at the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center at the University of Nevada, Reno. The tree, made from pre-1950 National Union Catalog reference books with evergreen covers, grew from 10 books placed in a circle. Then the stacking began. It’s a stunner, quite sturdy-looking (I did a quick perusal of “book trees” online and found a lot of sloppy ones, especially if you open the pages of books to stack them), and who doesn’t like books?”

1000 Twitter Followers

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