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Category Archives: Death
The media coverage, rightly so, emphasizes the tremendous impact that N. Joseph Woodland’s creation had on retail sales and inventory. Library folk should take a moment and reflect on how much this one technological achievement as affected our work.
It has been a long time since I worked there, and I highly doubt that I would recognize or be recognized by anyone currently on staff, but the news of the tragic death of a librarian from the Brookfield Public … Continue reading
Today, 12 June 2009, would have been Anne Frank’s 80th birthday. I think that’s worth a moment of reflection, don’t you? found via LISNews
TechCrunch is a blog. A blog about technology startups. It is run by Michael Arrington, who is someone I consider to be a straight shooter. When evaluating a new technology, company, or service, he states what he feels about it, … Continue reading
The Great Pandemic : The United States in 1918-1919 is a single resource on a specific topic, but it presents it very well. Created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), it focuses on personal stories from influenza … Continue reading
This is one of those resources which you hope will not have to be used, but when it helps someone find the information they need, it can be invaluable: The Unidentified Decedent Reporting System (Warning: site is definitely not for … Continue reading
In February, I wrote about the shootings at Northern Illinois University, which happened about 100 yards away from a former co-worker (and current friend). I stressed that until something like this happens in your community, it seems remote and somehow … Continue reading