Monthly Archives: August 2009

Lady, That’s My Skull

I’m off and on marathoning Smallville and find myself looking up information on the series and how it handles characters. (Hmmpf!! on the upcoming golden retriever version of Krypto–sacrilege!) I was following various picture trails of Lois Lane over the … Continue reading

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On with the Show

I love making the little themed Lego People so I’ll continue them here. I’ll put them over on the side, but the September theme can have the spotlight here in a short but adorable post.

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The Rainbow Connection

Reading Rainbow has been bringing kids to books since 1983. The series enchanted both parents and children. It is too sad that it is done. So here is Kermit, that eternally optimistic and sweet Froggie (and Debbie Harry) as a … Continue reading

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Integrating Exercises into Computer Classes

All of the librarians at my branch teach computer classes for the public. None of us had any training for this, we needed to learn as we went along. Everyone has their own approach, though we now have standardized class … Continue reading

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Coming Soon, a cartoon and review of Sins of the Fathers by Lawrence Block

Next up is a review of the first book in Lawrence Block’s Matthew Scudder mystery series. I wanted to do an accompanying cartoon because the character is so distinctive, and he just just sort of called for the toon’ treatment … Continue reading

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Not that I’m feeling anti-social 2.0 or anything, but…

I deleted my Twitter and Facebook accounts, so here’s the place to see henceforth what is on my tiny little mind. Cheers 2.0-ers.

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The Baker Street Letters by Michael Robertson

When lawyer Reggie Heath buys the entire 200 block of Baker Street, London, he unwittingly signs a clause that requires his firm to acknowledge receipt of and send a form letter response to all letters addressed to Sherlock Holmes of … Continue reading

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