Monthly Archives: March 2016

Abstract Art Juxtaposed With Muralist Book Discussion

I received an invitation from Kaite Stover, Director of Reader Services for the Kansas City Public Library, a few weeks ago, asking me if I would like to read The Muralist by B.A. Shapiro (also author of The Art Forger) … Continue reading

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In Search Of: An Austen Audiobook

I’m starting a new blog post series today.  I hope to help people navigate the local library’s online catalog and successfully find the items they want to read, listen or watch. For purposes of this blog, I define “Local Library” … Continue reading

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The Fallacy of Corporate Leadership

Great post (again) by Modesitt and here’s my favorite quote/excerpt: Study after study has shown that stress levels actually are lower in upper management and higher in those who work for them and that the highest stress levels are created … Continue reading

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Local Library Makes Computer Access Easy as Pie

Easy as pie?  For me, it is way easier.  I’ll explain that later. My local library, the Lansing Community Library, recently installed software created by EnvisionWare which makes accessing a computer a snap. Here’s a quick ‘how to’ to give … Continue reading

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