EVERY TIME SOMEONE ASKS ‘WHERE I SEE MYSELF’ IN FIVE YEARS

dukeofbookingham:

I’m just like:

image

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waywardhufflepuff:

Pride and Prejudice (1995 mini-series) at Lyme Park

my other filming location shots

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liblinks:

LLTG: Librarians Love Tim Gunn

liblinks:

LLTG: Librarians Love Tim Gunn

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catdad:

If at first you don’t succeed, redefine success.

catdad:

If at first you don’t succeed, redefine success.

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hanaashy:

Empire Records (1995)

hanaashy:

Empire Records (1995)

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heidireadsya:

diebrarian:

silencewhippersnapper:

nobodytoldthehorse:

a-pair-of-new-shoes:

I couldn’t help myself….apologies in advance. 

hang on a moment lemme pick up my jaw off the floor

incredible

NEVER APOLOGIZE FOR NEWSIES! CARRYIN’ THE BANNER!

I think we’re going to see this in December

This is exactly what my day needed.

The biggest issue with equating the library with a Netflix for books is that it sends a false message that libraries are worth little more than $8 or $12 or $20 a month. That the services offered in libraries are little more than options to which people can subscribe, rather than actual services anyone can utilize at any time.

When the library is made to be seen as a business, rather than the heart of a community or a fundamental service made possible through citizen-approved tax dollars, it makes the library expendable. That expendability then moves down the chain: staff salaries get cut, then staff withers, then more programs and projects that benefit the community — books and movies and CDs and magazines and newspapers and wifi and computer access and database subscriptions and programs for all shapes, colors, and sizes of people — disappear, too. It detracts from the unique aspects that make a library what it is: a place for all, rather than a place for some.

Libraries reach out where Netflix reaches in.

from Libraries Are Not a “Netflix” for Books.  (via catagator)

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saminlibraryland:

theannfoster:

I really like this library display I made today for our DVD collection.

This is brilliant! 

saminlibraryland:

theannfoster:

I really like this library display I made today for our DVD collection.

This is brilliant! 

plainfieldlibrary:

Happy Friday!  What are you excited to read this weekend?

plainfieldlibrary:

Happy Friday!  What are you excited to read this weekend?

smartgirlsattheparty:

Smart Girls support each other!!

Once again, CONGRATULATIONS to Smart Girl co-founder Amy Poehler on her Emmy nomination. We love you ♥♥♥

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