Category Archives: Websites

Illegal Downloads and Libraries–This is Important!

Do you worry about people downloading illegally at your library?  Have you heard of libraries getting fined because someone has downloaded something illegally?  Do you use filters to keep users from certain sites where they might download something illegally? Okay, … Continue reading

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A Perfect Marriage: Libraries and Voter Info

It’s October 10, and the fact that Election Day is November 6 is much on my mind. One of the most important things libraries can do is inform citizens about their important right and duty: voting.   There are many ways … Continue reading

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The Power of Blogging

The post 6 Reasons Why You Should Quit Blogging is really targeted toward businesses. And yes, it is from an Internet marketing agency, that is trying to sell you its services.     But, its message is valid, and applies … Continue reading

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Making Customers Work Too Hard

Today’s post in The M Word blog struck a chord with me.  Here’s the start: May I Vent? If I go to one more library’s website that doesn’t include the director’s name, I am going to SCREAM. I get it.  … Continue reading

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