I’m so glad this infographic exists.
this is important
this is not important! but it’s very amusing.
(if you consider the fact that certain characters are not even on the show for all first four seasons, it’s even more amusing. although also a BAD EXAMPLE of how to make infographics.)
An oldie(ish) but a goodie, Spindle’s End is a retelling of Sleeping Beauty. In this version, Sleeping Beauty is a young girl named Rosie. Even though her family is famous for being non-magical, she can speak to animals.
This talent comes in handy when she is pursued by an evil fairy seeking revenge for a 400 year old grudge.
Every Tuesday our talented librarians recommend a book we think you might like.
Just started re-reading this at lunch today! (I’m a third of the way through my main read Moby-Dick, but I just couldn’t face it this afternoon.)
Literary temp. tattoo designs for this kickstarter campain for Litographs
Wine of Youth (1924,King Vidor) Originally posted by visualtraining
Not looking for a Camemboyfriend or a Cheddardaddy. I’m a Provoloner.
The idea to display the pets inside the store started in Singapore as a collaboration between Ikea and two animal shelters, according to Business Insider. Together they formed the project Home for Hope.
This is a very cute idea, but it’s kind of equating dogs with furniture? What if your dog doesn’t match your couch, do you return it?
"Card Filer’s Freakout" - Martha Trezpacz seated at her desk in the act of throwing catalog cards at the offices of the Capital District Library Council at Union College,Schenectady, New York.
We all have those days.
Does anyone know more about Martha Trezpacz? I can only find a few more images of her from the New York Heritage Digital Library.
The librarian equivalent of flipping a table.
I AM HAVING ONE OF THESE DAYS
BUT I CAN’T THROW BORN-DIGITAL STUFF
why am i indoors all the time…