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Ann Burlingham
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Attended Perry Central School
Lives in Perry, Wyoming County, New York
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Useful information from my friend Joe.
 
Here are five steps to making your research surveys accessible for people with disabilities, including the question types that work with assistive technologies.
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aha! perfect.
Ever wondered how to steam Thai jasmine rice to perfection without a rice cooker? Find out how with Temple of Thai recipes.
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excellent. 
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Good thoughts from somebody who knows her stuff.
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Baltimore is the latest city confronted with the question of how to build trust between a community and police. Renee Montagne talks to Maria Haberfeld of the John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
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One way to increase your community connection would be to make better connection to the existing retail district, rather than expanding sprawl. Mountain View has a great downtown - how do you help Googlers interact with it?
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poignant.
Or, we live in remarkable times
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In a long-anticipated ruling, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals handed Google a clear victory today, soundly rejecting the Authors Guild’s claim that the Google Books Project infringes copyright. In the process, the Court also confirmed what we’ve always known: fair use promotes “copyright’s very purpose.” Even better, the Court reminds us what that purpose is:
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No, CPA Australia, no. You don't get to use Martin Luther King, Jr. to advertise your product. Tacky, tasteless, no.

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Goog! Don't be assholes! Leave that to ASCAP.
Update, Jan. 29, 2:58pm: YouTube reached out to Billboard to clarify some of Keating's statements in this interview. You can read that here.
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For my mother Gilly (Helen Floy Glenn Burlingham, that is)'s birthday, I have been trying to list one book for each year of her life, books that she exposed me to. Didn't quite do it, and since I added some tv and other things, we'll call it works", but her...
For my mother Gilly (Helen Floy Glenn Burlingham, that is)'s birthday, I have been trying to list one book for each year of her life, books that she exposed me to. Didn't quite do it, and since I added some tv and other thing...
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  • Burlingham Books
    Proprietor, 2006 - present
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Perry, Wyoming County, New York
Previously
Bangkok, Thailand - Buenos Aires, Argentina - Washington, D. C. - Rochester, N. Y. - Cleveland, Ohio - Columbus, Ohio
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  • Perry Central School
    elementary-junior high, 1970 - 1979
  • Northfield Mt. Hermon
    high school, 1979 - 1982
  • University of Rochester
    1982 - 1983
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Handy, quiet. Could be cleaner, but I've seen dirtier laundromats. Easy to get supplies from the dollar store next door or across the street at the Morse grocery, or from the machines here. And they have wi-fi!
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reviewed 3 years ago
I ordered a bit too much, but I was able to stay and savor it, having arrived late on a Saturday night. People came and went, some quiet, some boisterous. The friendly staff accommodated us all. Sometimes the chef danced to the post-disco mix. All in all, a good experience.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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reviewed 3 years ago
I narrowly escaped a local OB/GYN who kept telling me, against all my reading and without any evidence to back his assertions, that I would more than likely need a C section, and was referred to the Strong Midwifery Group. Even though I came to them late in my pregnancy, they made sure I met all seven midwives at my appointments, so that I would not meet any of them for the first time at delivery. They are an excellent, women-centered practice, very pro-mother, baby, breast-feeding, and family. Although I was not able to have my delivery be completely natural, as I'd wanted, the intervention was minimal and I agreed to what did happen. The birth was what it was, pretty much according to plan. Their care was excellent, and our midwife wrote us a sweet, sweet letter afterwards. Come to think of it, I should go see them for a check-up. I recommend this practice, especially for anyone who does not want the natural process of childbirth medicalised.
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Basic but decent. I often park my car here when departing. Free parking, but bring food and something to read.
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Eclectic, interesting gifts for adults and kids. Good quality items, well chosen, and often either fair trade or American made. A lovely store I enjoy referring people to.
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