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Daily Archives: July 8, 2013
And I though Mondays were boring! NO WAY! LOVED, loved seeing, hearing, and meeting Oliver Stone and Petter Kuznick, amazing amazing stories and connections to libraries. Sure sure, the comments that he is always on the controversial side of thing, … Continue reading
June 01 Midday Session The Sacred and the Profane : The Library and campus Identity in the 21st Century BES-BCUL AMAZING! This was a GREAT GREAT look at how architects, administration, and libraries work together (and not) and the … Continue reading
That’s right, no matter where you are Monday is Monday. 🙂 However, I found out the amazing workshops I found began to occur Monday, I had been able to find workshops that were powerful and effective moreso after the weekend … Continue reading