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Elisabeth McKechnie
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Librarian with Attitude
Librarian with Attitude

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Elisabeth McKechnie commented on a post on Blogger.
Okay, okay, this is the second time this week I've visited your blog for various reasons. Yes, I'll follow you since I'm reading anyway.
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Elisabeth McKechnie commented on a post on Blogger.
I realize that this isn't a law librarian type of response but I'd suggest a) that they move and b) get anger management counseling.
You gotta keep 'em separated
You gotta keep 'em separated
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A new update to my blog: www.ereaderlibrarian.com is up. I'm featuring Bluefire Reader and how to get it for your Kindle!
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EBookarama is changing to Ereader Librarian at ereaderlibrarian.com this weekend!
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For those of you who have old e-readers/Kindles around the house, here is an opportunity to do some good in the world. I'm a librarian and got this notice through a librarian list, so it's genuine.
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My first book review/recommendation! All book recs will be for books that are available for FREE, usually in Kindle or EPub format.
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The saddest part of all this for me, a librarian, is it shows the essential gaps in public education in this country. So, the author's mother sent her a big report on the dangers of vaccination? One class I teach is how to recognize an authoritative website from one that isn't. Just because the information is on the web, or is provided by somebody with a medical degree, doesn't mean it's correct! And no, the CDC isn't lying to you! THINK CRITICALLY, folks! Look at multiple data sources and see where they get their info from! All the anti-vaccination idiocy originated from a single1998 study that was discredited (data made up) by an author who subsequently recanted his statements. This is versus dozens of studies from all over that say the opposite. American children, alas, no longer are taught how to think, although I'm sure they can all program their iPhones.
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