October 20, 2010

October 20th Stream

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Like a half-billion people before him, Simonetti joined Facebook and began typing in his status updates. But in this case, Simonetti’s only friends were a hand-picked roster of more than two dozen volunteers who agreed to sift through their news feeds for the duration of our experiment, dutifully recording any Phil sightings.

As our volunteers checked in with their reports, some remarkable findings began to emerge:

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@lukelibrarian definitely under consideration but will have to marshal the resources for it. thanks for the suggestion. [shifted]
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@ninaksimon 1600+ libraries registered for National Gaming Day (Nov 13); up from last year, but still a long way to go (http://ngd.ala.org) [shifted]
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@ebethmoreau awesome! what’d you get? #ngd10 [shifted]
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RT @windycitizen: NPR commentator Aaron Freeman to host Rally to Restore Sanity Chicago on Sat. Oct. 30 in Grant Park – http://ow.ly/2Wgpd [shifted]
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mpow is ripe for innovation. we are in a liquid state right now. #seizetheday http://amzn.com/k/UVSNMH8VJAP3 #Kindle [shifted]
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@millerhj thanks! I’m clearly going to hit the clipping limit on @stevenbjohnson‘s new book way early. highlighting the heck out of it. [shifted]
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  1. Just a mention of something Maya Angelou said this week: “God put the rainbow in the clouds…so the viewer can see teh possibility of hope. That’s what a library is.”

    Comment by Shelley — October 30, 2010 @ 12:57 pm

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