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Homeroasters.org - Discussion Forum: Filter replacement - http://www.homeroasters.org/php...
Scotch Brite Heavy Duty Scour Pad - jjhill_library
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World at Work HR Research Reports - numerous detailed reports on employee pay and benefits. - jjhill_library
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World at Work HR Research Reports - http://www.worldatwork.org/waw...
World at Work HR Research Reports - numerous detailed reports on employee pay and benefits. - jjhill_library
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World at Work HR Research Reports - http://www.worldatwork.org/waw...
World at Work HR Research Reports - numerous detailed reports on employee pay and benefits. - jjhill_library
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ADR - Kidney Disease Statistics - http://www.usrds.org/adr.htm
ADR - Kidney Disease Statistics - jjhill_library
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ADR - Kidney Disease Statistics - http://www.usrds.org/adr.htm
ADR - Kidney Disease Statistics - jjhill_library
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Small Business Profiles for the States and Territories - jjhill_library
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World Semiconductor Forecast 2008-2011 - jjhill_library
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Small Business Profiles for the States and Territories - http://www.sba.gov/advo...
Small Business Profiles for the States and Territories - jjhill_library
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Small Business Profiles for the States and Territories - http://www.sba.gov/advo...
Small Business Profiles for the States and Territories - jjhill_library
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World Semiconductor Forecast 2008-2011 - http://www.sia-online.org/galleri...
World Semiconductor Forecast 2008-2011 - jjhill_library
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World Semiconductor Forecast 2008-2011 - http://www.sia-online.org/galleri...
World Semiconductor Forecast 2008-2011 - jjhill_library
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average costs for online banner ads, etc. - jjhill_library
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average costs for online banner ads, etc. - jjhill_library
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average costs for online banner ads, etc. - jjhill_library
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The news broke apparently. Here's what's been going down at the Hill Library the last couple of weeks: https://secure.passport.mngint...
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State of Food and Agriculture - ftp://ftp.fao.org/docrep/fao/011/i0100e/i0100e.pdf
State of Food and Agriculture with a special focus on biofuels, and their effect on food supply. - jjhill_library
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State of Food and Agriculture - ftp://ftp.fao.org/docrep/fao/011/i0100e/i0100e.pdf
State of Food and Agriculture with a special focus on biofuels, and their effect on food supply. - jjhill_library
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provides average consumer spending on healthcare - jjhill_library
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average consumer spending on health care - jjhill_library
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average consumer spending on health care - jjhill_library
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is listening to a co-worker's as-yet unreleased new album, and loving the weird timing. Check out MightyFairly: http://www.mightyfairly.com/
You're right; it's totally loud. I was listening to the CD and then went to the website, and thought "wow this is totally new and innovative. I'm perplexed, but intrigued." Turns out it was just two different songs playing at the same time. - jjhill_library
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#guerrilla Guerrilla marketing = time + energy + imagination
jjhill please follow me on Twitter. I want to DM you about a connection our libraries have. http://twitter.com/lnorvig - Laura Norvig
(it's ok, Laura's good peeps) ;) - ωαřмaiden ❤Bassetmom❤
Thx, WM! Hey, Hijack: sorry i petered out in midstream with the poem commentary. I think I discovered it's much easier to discuss poetry in person. - Laura Norvig
Oh, you don't have to be good peeps to be followed by me... I'm off to follow you now! (Matt.) - jjhill_library
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2008 Best Performing Cities - 200 Largest Metros - http://bestcities.milkeninstitute.org/
Interactive map detailing economic and industry performance in U.S. cities - jjhill_library
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Advertising Wisely, Whether Budgets Are Up or Down - http://blog.hillsearch.org/index...
blog post from the business librarians of the Hill Library highlighting free online customer research, advertising benchmark info, and advertising best practices. - jjhill_library
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Grubb & Ellis Company :: Research :: Home - http://www.grubb-ellis.com/Researc...
real estate research - industrial, retail, office, and warehouse real estate trends - jjhill_library
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State and Metropolitan Area Data Book: 2006 - http://www.census.gov/prod...
detailed stats on U.S. states and MSAs. - jjhill_library
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Hill Library Blog: Finding a place for your business - http://blog.hillsearch.org/index...
blog post highlighting sources to locate and research new business locations - including top city lists, metro area comparison tools, and real estate research reports. - jjhill_library
Cliff
Has anyone ever asked you a Reference question as a way to flirt with you?
not sure, but i've offered reference assistance to ppl as a way of flirting - βℜ∀ñÐi from twhirl
No, but i'm open to it. - dkb
That's how Mr. clifflandis and I got started. He asked me how to print something, even though he already knew how. - Cliff
several times. usually indigent or crazy people, though. - Rochelle *boom* Hartman
hmm...I've had one female student do that...kinda of nice, except she's married - Sir Shuping is just sir
Like Joshua, I wouldn't know if they did. - Yolanda
I've been asked out over chat reference before. >.> So glad there's a permanent institutional record of my embarrassment. - Andrea from twhirl
yup...why I usually have some sort of ring on my left hand when I'm on the ref desk - Hedgehog
Must be confusing, there being 2 Mr. Clifflandi. Amazing that you found someone with the same name. Small world. - Tombrarian
My favorite public library question of all time: a woman in a wheelchair asked me for help with, um, techniques? Like, ahem, sexual techniques? She was with a male companion, though, so I maintain this as a purely professional experience. - jjhill_library
I had one lothario who wanted to take me shopping for my birthday, and dissed the flowers that Mister had sent to the ref desk. Ol' Juan Carlos was a persistent desk groupie. - Rochelle *boom* Hartman
my near-stalker did... - RudĩϐЯaЯïan from twhirl
Isn't that the best part about working the reference desk? ;-) - Kenley Neufeld
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“If you want to decide whether to subscribe to someone who has subscribed to you, do you a) read their blog, b) check out their bookmarks, c) google them, or d) other” - http://friendfeed.com/e...
First, I have to remember that the person has subscribed to me. Seriously, I am lazy that way. After that, it depends. If it is someone I see in conversations a lot or someone who seems to be friends with my other friends, there's a good chance I'll subscribe. I'm currently trying to decide if I should de-subscribe a couple people who seem to be collectors - that is, they are subscribed to an obscene number of feeds. - Katy S
I’ll generally look at things they’ve posted on their account and check out who they’re subscribed to. If it all seems copasetic, I’ll subscribe. Not that people who I’m not subscribed to subscribe to me very often… <sheepishly>I’m new here</sheepishly> - jjhill_library
@Grizzled, I'm loving the library community here on FF! It's interesting to me that Friendfeed describes itself as "enabling you to keep up-to-date on the web pages, photos, videos and music that your friends and family are sharing," but I find it's primary purpose for me is to keep up on tech/library/social media news, tips, services, and in-depth information. It's a great info discovery tool for me especially since I'm not using Google Reader (hangs head in shame), because I don't have time to read. - Laura Norvig
I look to see if they have said anything recently that I needed to know. If they have, I'll subscribe. - Jill Hurst-Wahl
I check blog/other feeds for library content mostly, or other interesting content. Depends on my mood, sometimes I'm more inclusive than others. (@jjhill - you've given me my word of the day: copasetic. Fascinating article on its etymology in Wikipedia.) - Deborah Fitchett
I glance at their subscriptions. If I see library names I usually go ahead and subscribe. I may go into their feeds or comments for more info. If a person is a member of Librariology it's automatic ;) - MLx
one time I remember my mom singing, "hold the pickles, hold the lettuce, everything is copasetic." - Laura Norvig
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