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Nanette Bulebosh
Former candidate for state office. Still opinionated
Former candidate for state office. Still opinionated
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Saukville ' beautiful public library, among the nicest I've seen.
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Taking a break from memorizing my Driving Miss Daisy lines to read up on the first interracial banquet held in Atlanta in 1965, shortly after MLK won the Nobel Peace Prize. There's a scene in the play where Daisy makes plans to attend the banquet. Her son suggests that she invite Hoke, her African-American driver, to accompany her to the event. Daisy is hesitant to this, despite her affection for Hoke.  "Things changin', but they ain't changin' all dat much," observes Hoke.  

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I created "we talk fiction" with Haiku Deck, presentation software that's simple, beautiful, and fun.
http://www.haikudeck.com/p/UJBloFPU6Y

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Bloggers, librarians and anyone interested in intellectual freedom are encouraged to partiicpate in 404 Day: A Day of Action Against Censorship in Libraries.  It starts at 2 p.m. (CST) this Friday, April 4. It's sponsored by the Electronic Freedom Foundation, which has been concerned about this issue for a long while.

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Both my children are playing sax in this. Band Director Jodi Voss always puts on an entertaining show.  She even has a smaller set of students perform jazz during intermission. 
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Glad to see Racine PL featured in National Journal. Jessica MacPhail is spot on: libraries are the glue holding communities together. Hi-tech/h--touch indeed.

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More Google tips (not hacks) to add to a seemingly endless list.
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