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    Sweet Oil

    by  • December 17, 2011 • Poetry • 0 Comments

    Smelling fragrantly through the house warm olive oil and garlic. My father taught me love as I’d follow the odor through the hallway to the kitchen. Grown in the Italian sun stirred by my father’s hands we relished olio by the gallons. In Italy I learned to drink the oil as it dripped from...

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    The People’s Library

    by  • October 19, 2011 • Dartmouth College, Elsewhere, Libraries/Librarians • 0 Comments

      Occupy Wall Streethas established a library by you and for you! Why the Occupy Wall Street Movement Has Libraries The People’s Library homepage OWS Library YouTube channel OWS Library Twitter email address owspeopleslibrary@gmail.com Facebook Occupy Wall Street Library INSIDE Higher Ed Guerrilla Librarians in Our Midst The People’s Library, Your Library catalog Occupy Boston...

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    Is Babar an orphan?

    by  • September 10, 2011 • Libraries/Librarians • 0 Comments

    I have a category of bookmarks I call Society and Culture. Usually links that get tagged this way for my use are political in nature, or social occurrences that likely would not or could not have occurred in another era. Examples of the former are the recent report from the New York Times titled...

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    My reptile brain needs help – Enter Vitamin R

    by  • December 27, 2010 • Tech • 0 Comments

    I am using this Winter break to put a brake on some of my habits and focus in a different way. Vitamin R is a Mac OSX collection of tools to help manage attention, maintain motivation, and Get Things Done (GTD). Highlights of this simple to use tool include voice prompts, built-in white noise,...

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