Browsing All posts tagged under »technology«

Monday Meanderings

December 9, 2013

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I didn’t post my usual rambling post yesterday, so here it goes today! I’m working from home this week, working to get an article completed and ready for submission. I’ve got to clear my mind and my ‘to do’ list so I can concentrate on what I need to get done. I’ve been stalling. My […]

SundayMorningReads

March 31, 2013

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I knew earlier this week that I’d be blogging today so, when I work up, my mind was in composition mode. I was so busy thinking about what I would write that the empty plastic water bottle went into the sink rather than the trash and a fork went into the oatmeal. NPR did straighten […]

I LOVE SPRING BREAK!!

April 5, 2012

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My spring break is winding down, but I’m really relishing these two weeks! Perhaps you’ve noticed that my posts have been a little more interesting lately?  I’ve actually cleared out my GoogleReader and I’ve been finding so much good stuff to pass on! Did you know that All Things Asian is being celebrated 2-16 April? […]

SundayMorningReads

February 28, 2010

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It’s getting  late! I wasn’t going to do this today, but I keep up with what I start! I’ve been in the books today. I just finished Kiss Me Kill Me by Lauren Henderson. The book had a nice multicultural supporting cast as well as action packed suspense. I wondered over to an online books […]

February 8, 2010

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I’m working on an interactive learning area for the media center and decided to discuss plans with my colleague, Jackie. Isn’t it amazing what happens when colleagues talk? One thing leads to another, to another and to another! Of course we discussed what’s popular in our media centers and from there it went to keeping […]

Technicality

January 27, 2010

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I wasn’t going to blog today. I was going to spend the evening reading Saenz’s He forgot to say goodbye (Thanks, Susan!!) so that I could finish one more book this week for a whopping grand total of two books in one week. But, something has been brewing and I need to blog it not […]