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"This process of watching my small successes turn into larger successes is so important to me, and so central to keeping myself motivated, that I've made it a part of my workflow." 
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Maryanne Wolf's talk at #alaac15 was a major highlight for me #deepreading #librarymade #alctsac15 
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I know a lot of people still think of Snapchat as that sexting app kids shouldn't be using, but yesterday's "Charleston Strong" story is a ray of light in an unbelievably tragic event. Very moving and powerful.
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"Those who used four or more sources of influence in combination were ten times more likely to succeed than those who relied on a single source of influence."

A really great article - we'll width your time to read
Leaders frequently make miscalculations in trying to influence change. Too often, they bet on a single source of influence rather than tap into a diverse arsenal of strategies. Our research shows tha…
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"So a good move in Scrabble is saying more than 'I'm a better Scrabble player than you.' It's saying 'I'm a better person than you.' I'm more literate than you. This is, I think, the source of the bad feelings you get when playing Scrabble.

And I think it's a phenomenon at least somewhat unique to word games: the skill that you use to play is very closely associated with a harmful form of privilege.

Games, by valorizing these skills, are implicitly supporting this harmful form of privilege."
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We should all just go home right now, because we won't see anything better than this today.
Hildesheim, Germany-based photographer Elke Vogelsang (a.k.a. "Wieselblitz") turns her lens toward her three dogs to capture the essence of their vibrant personalities. Vogelsang, whose delightful dog portraits we first shared last March, continues to document the playful antics of her animal companions and other pets through incredibly expressive portraits shot in a studio setting. After years of experience modeling for Vogelsang, the photograph...
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LITA knows how to have fun at an inauguration brunch. Just sayin'. +Rachel Vacek+Thomas Dowling+Zoe Stewart-Marshall+Michelle Frisque​
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My day is all downhill from here. 
One look at this unidentified octopus and you'll agree with the name researcher Stephanie Bush plans to bestow on this species.
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"Now that shame is the currency of the web, the only people with anything to lose are those who dare to do anything at all." 
Social media has become a toxic place where the loudest and vilest rule. That’s not what the Internet was supposed to be.
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Librarian making the world a better place
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Shifting libraries at the speed of byte
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The Shifted Librarian, ALA strategy guide
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