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The People’s Library is the collective, public, open library of the Occupy Wall Street leaderless resistance movement.
There’s a lot going on in the news lately. It’s a busy time of year. Several people have sent me this image over facebook and elsewhere. What people may not know is that there is a library at Occupy Wall … Continue reading
Terrific long illustration of a day in the life of SFPL, by Wendy McNaughton.
“Sarah is a librarian of INES-National Institute of Deaf Education. I’ma librarian at UFRJ. We married and decided to make the official photos in two libraries. The first, the Royal Portuguese Reading. The second, the Library Technology Center of UFRJ. … Continue reading
A quotation I liked from a blog I read frequently. Check out all the library posts. “Show me a town that denies funding to a library, and I’ll show you a librarian who stays in the office. Show me a … Continue reading
The Boston Globe [via Associated Press] has a short article comparing bringing broadband to rural America to the rural electrification program which finally wired up the last of Vermont towns in the early 60s. The story is what you would … Continue reading