R.I.P. Donald Byrd-you were the background sound to my youth and you will be sorely missed.
Photographs of people who look like they are related, but aren't.
This " Oh Snap" tote bag is too cute.
Cute heart-straws for Valentines Day.
A year long celebration of amazing women.
The U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) has joined Pinterest.
I have said numerous tims in the 8 years I have been writing this blog that if I ever am fortunate enough to retire I would spend it doing certain things; reading presidential biographies, reading the Rivers of America series, taking factory tours and I've added someting else-garden tours. And I would have to see the Gardens of Marqueyssac.
Good Grief again-a company that wants to mine asteroids. Why can't people leave things alone.
Victorian slang glossary.
If you read this blog you are also aware of my fascination with assosciations. Well, I found another interesting one-The Carriage Association of America. They have a blog. I've grown rather fond of company blogs. Sort of like my fondness for finding aids, alumni magazines, book reviews and author interviews-the transcripts from author interviews. I don't really want to listen to the interview.
I just came across this wonderful, whimsical website devoted to children's picture books. The name of the site is Delightful Children's Books and it is indeed a delight to peruse.
Social media do's and don'ts
List of tumblarians (libraries/librarians +Tumblr)
A wall of paper hearts.
Llibrarian Katie Elson Anderson researched what happens to children who obtain their "five minutes of fame" via YouTube videos. Her essay is in the book, Portrayals of Children in Popular Culture: Fleeting Images (Lexington).
Best free websites according to the American Library Association's (ALA) Reference and User Services Association(RUSA).
That's all for this week folks. Have a Happy Valentines Day and a wonderful long weekend.
"When the world starts to shine like you've had too much wine that's Amore." From song That's Amore. Music by Harry Warren and lybrics by Jack Brooks. Made famous by Dean Martin.