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Michelle Boule
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Geek, Writer, Librarian
Geek, Writer, Librarian

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A nice UPS man just gave me a box of Mob Rule Learning! It feels like a box of subversion. :)
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A nice UPS man just gave me a box of Mob Rule Learning! It feels like a box of subversion. :)
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This seems more like a story for The Onion.
Library patron ?terrified' at prospect of jail time
http://ww2.ajcmobile.com/autojuice/?targetUrl=http://www.ajc.com/news/dekalb/library-patron-terrified-at-1155899.html

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This morning, I kissed this face instead of working. I have no regrets.
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Just finished writing a long post for tomorrow, quickly during nap time. After writing the piece I think I am going to have to add Macrowikinomics and Grown Up Digital by Tapscott to my TBR list.

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Get a sample chapter of the book and see the table of contents at ITI's website.
Spent the afternoon getting this new book by +Michelle Boule online. The table of contents and a sample chapter are now available.

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Thanks you for telling the ACTUAL story NPR!

NPR.org » Romance Fiction And Women's Health: A Dose Of Skepticism
http://m.npr.org/story/137675779?url=/blogs/monkeysee/2011/07/07/137675779/romance-fiction-and-womens-health-a-dose-of-skepticism

A meme on Twitter asks what your #ThankYouLibrarian book was and I realized my answer was too long for Twitter.

Around the time I was in 4th grade, I had read everything interesting in the kids section of the local library. This was way before YA so reading was limited to the classics, the mysteries (which I still dislike), the horse books for girls (Misty), and Sweet Valley Highesque books (*eyeroll*). I wandered over into the adult section and halelujah, I hit the jackpot. I found a stack of books to take home, one of which was Tarzan of the Apes. That is the only title I remember, and I am still very nostalgic about that book (regardless of the blatent racism in it).

I realized at that moment that I could read anything I wanted to, thanks to the full shelves of the library (and indulgent parents), and my first real love affair began. I have never looked back and I thank that librarian who stamped that book without comment and sent me happily on my way.
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