If you don’t want to be ignored, you have two choices: be so good, or nap on things. Choose wisely.
Travel back to 1965 in Run, Run, a short autumn-filled film by Jim Henson in which his daughters Lisa and Cheryl run freely through the woods near their home in Greenwich, Connecticut.
via Mental Floss.
This is it.
The last episode of our second season of PARTS UNKNOWN.
And I’m glad it’s set in Detroit. Because Detroit, for many Americans, is an abstraction—truly, if incredibly, a part unknown.
One only need look at some of our representatives who, a while back, were actually suggesting…
One wonders what Viktor Frankl would have thought of Congress
It’s the weekend! Time to celebrate! To mark the occasion library-style, here is a fairly hilarious gif of Erin Shea from the Darien Library (who, among other things, runs the institution’s amazing Tumblr). She’s the one on the left with the laser fingers, who states, “I was not even trying to be funny, that is actually how I dance.” This is a fun and particularly appropriate way to end the work week, considering NYPL Wire joined Erin, as well as Kate Tkacik (The Lifeguard Librarian), Rachel Fershleiser of Tumblr, and Molly McArdle of Library Journal at Book Expo America today for a talk on - what else - Tumblr and libraries! It was fun so … it’s time for the laser finger dance!