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“And it’s free,” San Francisco Public Library in its own words, and pictures

Terrific long illustration of a day in the life of SFPL, by Wendy McNaughton.

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EBSCO and ecards and who is setting your library policies?

EBSCO made a bold move recently claiming that libraries that offer e-cards [for accessing electronic library resources from home] are violating their licensing agreement. San Francisco Public Library has a statement on their databases page. Special Notice Regarding E-Card Users: … Continue reading

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San Francisco Libraries, public and non

I’m heading home from San Francisco tomorrow. Here is a short list of the libraries I saw while I was here. Since this was a vacation in the true sense of the word, I was a little more lax in … Continue reading

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SFPL and the idea of network

I wasn’t sure what to do yesterday afternoon in San Francisco, so I went to the library. The downtown San Francisco Public Library has a number of interesting exhibits Snapshot Chronicles: Inventing the American Photo Album – Featuring Personal Albums … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday SFPL

Happy 127th birthday San Francisco Public Library. My how you’ve grown.

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