Study Break: Henri 2, Paw de Deux

Could this be the funniest cat video on the internet?Boing Boing thinks so! It is Study Break Week here at LibrarySpace. All week we are posting funny videos to relieve the exam stress. Laugh your way to an A! Writing custom papers is not a simple task for those who are not used in writing academic papers. For most effective youtube video promotion you may buy youtube likes fast together with Voogen site.continue reading →

Study Break: Philosopher’s Football: Germany vs. Greece

EXAMS HAVE BEGUN! The library will be open normal hours during exams. Come in for some peace and quiet. Study Break Week here at LibrarySpace; all week we are posting funny videos to relieve the exam stress. Laugh your way to an A! Today's stress-relief is from Monty Python.To obtain ideal Instagram.com marketing and advertising you may buy instagram likes by voogen.com provider.continue reading →

What Matters in Jane Austen

January 28, 2013 marked the 200th anniversary of the publishing of Pride and Prejudice. Its author, Jane Austen, is as popular as ever. Pride and Prejudice alone has had at least four film adaptations. A search in the library database Literature Resource Center on Jane Austen yields 843 results. And now this statue of her famous hero, Mr. Darcy, has been erected in Hyde Park, London. Though of course not from Austen’s text of Pride and Prejudice, the statue’s resemblance to Colin Firth in the 1995 BBC production is uncanny. If your interest…continue reading →

Oh My Bears!

Bear feeding at the Wildlife Center of Virginia on May 23, 2013. Spring 2013 has not been kind to the black bears in Virginia. The Wildlife Center of Virginia has admitted 19 black bears for treatment—a record number. The center, located in Waynesboro, cares not only for black bears but for all native wildlife—birds, reptiles, mammals and amphibians. During the cubs’ treatment you can join internet users from all over the world in watching the black bear cubs and other patients on the center’s live Critter Cam.  Two video cameras are trained on…continue reading →

College Students Set World Record!

Last week two college students set a world record to promote summer reading at the Seattle Public Library. Their record? Knocking over books! Actually, the students and volunteers set up 2,131 library books as dominoes. I wonder who gets to put them back on the shelves? Hmmm…. Enjoy this video of their achievement:continue reading →