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  • A-twitter over e-books

    Ever had an unflattering photo making the rounds on social media? This happens to libraries, too. A valued (and justifiably frustrated) customer tweeted an image of the library's copy of Flowers for Algernon open to display facing pages, both thoroughly scribbled with blue ink. Any parent would recognize...
    Posted to Reader's Exchange (Weblog) by Linda Sappenfield on 04-24-2014
  • Celebrating the Poe in poetry

    It's April, National Poetry Month , and the sad but timely news is that poetry and e-readers don't play well together. Craig Morgan Teicher observes in the 3/26 Publishers Weekly that it's " surprisingly hard" to recreate as digital display the irregular line lengths and distinctive...
    Posted to Reader's Exchange (Weblog) by Linda Sappenfield on 04-04-2012
  • Poetic license--or learner's permit?

    Advance apologies go out to William Shakespeare (whose birthday it is this week) and all other real poets. In celebration of National Poetry Month , I borrowed some poetic forms to convey a few thoughts. Haiku: April Weather Verdant but brown-edged Summer larks behind Spring's mask We're not...
    Posted to Reader's Exchange (Weblog) by Linda Sappenfield on 04-25-2011
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