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    OpraH

    by  • April 19, 2008 • Libraries/Librarians • 0 Comments

    Oprah launches her own reality. She is absolutely unstoppable. Having had several particles patented in the names of Winfrinos and Oprons, she is “looking forward to making a difference in people’s lives on a deep, molecular level.” Check out the full story in the Onion’s exclusive story.

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    I think

    by  • April 17, 2008 • Libraries/Librarians • 0 Comments

    The complete works of Charles Darwin are now online! This is absolutely amazing, to peruse the diaries and notes of a creative thinker and adventurer. I traveled to Boston last year just to see an exhibit of Darwin’s work in 3D. Now you can view it too online. See what you think when you...

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    Get your Glass Ceiling Here!

    by  • March 23, 2008 • Libraries/Librarians • 0 Comments

    I was a beta tester of the Microsoft Windows Live search engine. The following search result kept me laughing for quite a long time…I just thought I’d share it with you. The search I did was on the title of a Computer Science journal article that is about women’s roles and the perpetual glass...

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    PowerPoint Karaoke

    by  • March 3, 2008 • Elsewhere, Libraries/Librarians • 0 Comments

    Are you tired of PowerPoint presentations? Do you think PowerPoint is under or overused? Check out PowerPoint Karaoke as a new way to have fun at your next party or unconference. While you are at it, here is a glimpse of a newly discovered PowerPoint presentation of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

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    Cluster Flies – Oh My!

    by  • July 8, 2007 • Libraries/Librarians, Upper Valley • 0 Comments

    I’m feeling grossed out just writing about these noisy and HUGE flies in my house…ick!!!!!!! They are much bigger than common house flies, maybe the flies presently popping up in my house are not cluster flies. It really is early in the season for cluster flies and I don’t care what any entomologist says...

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