Musings on Social Media & Libraries
ruthannereid:

awwww-cute:

Those eyes

Somebody’s about to enter Crazy Time

Crazy time started before the photo was taken.

ruthannereid:

awwww-cute:

Those eyes

Somebody’s about to enter Crazy Time

Crazy time started before the photo was taken.

kittyhawkbooks:

I just couldn’t get into this book.

Scat’s opening is slow but once things get past the field trip, things pick up. Seriously, just skip past all the introductory bits and get to the Everglades.

ex-tabulis:

Some good tips!

Rule #8: Always write back is a big one.

Congratulations to DiCamillo, Daywalt and Jeffers

She has already taught me this: Never underestimate either an old woman - or old blood.
Alan Bradley, from The Dead in Their Vaulted Arches (via the-final-sentence)
Question for ereader owners

How many books do you read on a typical vacation  / pleasure trip?

policymic:

‘Liking’ a brand’s Facebook page may now bar you from suing them

By now, we’ve all learned to be a little more cautious when it comes to “liking” Facebook pages. One click in support of a band or a TV show, and suddenly your News Feed is bombarded with spam and unwanted updates. But did you know with a simple Facebook “like,” you could be signing away several of your legal rights as well?
That’s the case with General Mills, anyways. The food giant — which owns numerous brands including Cheerios, Lucky Charms, Trix, Betty Crocker, Pillsbury and Häagen-Dazs — updated its legal terms on Tuesday. While that would normally be snooze-worthy news, the new conditions are enough to make your jaw drop: Now every time you download a coupon, enter a General Mills sweepstakes or even “like” one of its brands on Facebook, you waive your right to sue the company.
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Keep your brand affiliations to yourself and avoiding buying into the Facebook marketing black hole.

policymic:

‘Liking’ a brand’s Facebook page may now bar you from suing them

By now, we’ve all learned to be a little more cautious when it comes to “liking” Facebook pages. One click in support of a band or a TV show, and suddenly your News Feed is bombarded with spam and unwanted updates. But did you know with a simple Facebook “like,” you could be signing away several of your legal rights as well?

That’s the case with General Mills, anyways. The food giant — which owns numerous brands including Cheerios, Lucky Charms, Trix, Betty Crocker, Pillsbury and Häagen-Dazs — updated its legal terms on Tuesday. While that would normally be snooze-worthy news, the new conditions are enough to make your jaw drop: Now every time you download a coupon, enter a General Mills sweepstakes or even “like” one of its brands on Facebook, you waive your right to sue the company.

Read moreFollow policymic

Keep your brand affiliations to yourself and avoiding buying into the Facebook marketing black hole.

catagator:

Didn’t even get to close the search string before I was told I was wrong. 

I don’t review books by the likeability of the character regardless of the character’s gender, but I am sorely tempted to start blogging exclusively about unlikeable male characters.

catagator:

Didn’t even get to close the search string before I was told I was wrong. 

I don’t review books by the likeability of the character regardless of the character’s gender, but I am sorely tempted to start blogging exclusively about unlikeable male characters.