Facelifts (and not Joan Rivers’ style)

If you haven’t noticed, there are some changes going on…

Check out the NEW topic where restaurant reviews are now housed on this blog, look to your right and it will start with “100…”

Check out the new layout for reviews, accepting reviews from all of you as fast as we an get them we will post them

There will be a new blog created in the next few days for just Library Science toolkit items, and there will be facelifts that will keep you informed as a 21st Century consumer of technology, all things literary, and all things academic.

Limiting the number of pages and consolidating the pages to the right over the next few days for easier accessibility to and throughout this blog.

Working with two professional web designers to add all kinds of interesting twists to the way info is given and sent out to you –

Overall a you know, there is so much negativity in the world from SO many different sources, yet, when surrounded by family, friends, the ASF literary magazine staff, the PAVE staff, and having all of these groups work towards something positive, and beating the negative down but by bit, there is nothing that can’t be overcome, attitude or in the physical sense  🙂

Look at the two scenes below as I looked out the Atlanta airport…

…and you too an imagine the possibilities of the energy contained in the above groups if funneled towards something positive as they have been doing!  

 

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About Harry Brake

Employee of ASF in Mexico City, Librarian, Media crazy! :)
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