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Well, "It's the economy, stupid" is back in this election year in a big way! So, I have to bring up Jefferson's debt in the course of making us feel a little better. He loved to spend the money and he made some unwise decisions, and his family paid a big price for it.More >>
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Recently on a weekend trip to D.C. I stopped in at the Library of Congress to visit the Thomas...More >>
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Two gentlemen, Will Thomas and Doug Seefeldt, who helped develop content and programs in digital...More >>
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Reading a recent New York Times article on the future of reading and video games was interesting...More >>
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It's a topic that has proved endlessly fascinating for a long time (and has inspired quite a body...More >>
Melissa Renspie, Senior Communications Officer at OCLC, reports that, "our latest publication, a report on library, archive and museum collaboration by our contractor, Diane Zorich, and Program Officers Günter Waibel and Ricky Erway, "Beyond the Silos of the LAMs: Collaboration Among Libraries, Archives and Museums," (.pdf: 334K/59pp) is now available on the RLG Programs Web site at http://www.oclc.org/programs/publications/reports/2008-05.pdf .More >>
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Part of my work for the Jefferson Encyclopedia is to canvass the Information Files here at the...More >>
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A patron asked us about a very unusual quotation the other day: apparently someone, sometime said...More >>
In his new book, The Leaders We Deserve (and a few we didn't) , Alvin Felzenberg does not create...More >>
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It was announced this week that the Homestead Resort in Bath County intends to restore the historic...More >>

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