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RT @Adrastea_it: This sculpture by Issac Cordal in Berlin is called "Politicians discussing global warming." #environment
A short report from the world's oldest public library, the Biblioteca Malatestiana
March: In like a lion, out like frozen lamb chops.
Possible snow tomorrow in Boston? C'mon, March! You're better than this!
[2b2k] Globalization of local expertise -
[dplafest] Advanced Research and the DPLA -
[dplafest] Dan Cohen opens DPLA meeting -
[2b2k] Does the Net make us stoopid? -
[templelib] Temple Univ. library symposium -
[templelib] Craig Dykers: library architecture -
[templelib] Charles Watkinson: “The Library in the Digital Age” -
Bryn Geffert: Libraries as publishers -
Everything’s a network, even bookmobiles -
[2b2k] Erik Martin on Reddit and journalism -
Derek Attig on the history of bookmobiles -
[berkman] Molly Crabapple on art when images are ubiquitous -
[SPOILERS] A Breaking Bad plot flaw -
Fake spoilers to tweet during Breaking Bad -
Felina [predictive attempt at a SPOILER] -
[berkman][misc] Curated by the crowd -
The New Yorker’s redesign: A retreat from text? -
Breaking Bad’s growth, followed by some VERY WELL-MARKED speculative SPOILERS -
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