I’m not a geek. I only know enough technology to do what I need to do. I pick up a lot of ideas, concepts and short cuts and don’t always get the time to make the terms become part of my technology. It drives tech people crazy when I’m not clear and specific! It drives… Read More Getting Technical
Freedom to Read Foundation announces competition for two Banned Books Week grants CHICAGO – The Freedom to Read Foundation (FTRF), through its Judith F. Krug Memorial Fund, will provide two grants—one for $2,500 and one for $1,000—to two organizations to support “Read-Outs” celebratingBanned Books Week 2010. Applications for the grants will be accepted through Aug. 27, and the… Read More Judith Krug Fund will provide $2,500 and $1,000 awards to Read-Outs
Back when I was preparing my interview with Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich (Gbemi), toward the end of our exchange she mentioned that she was having a hard time writing. I thought a nice closing to the interview would be to ask her why she writes. It was a quick question and I thought I’d get a quick… Read More Why Do We Do It?
book review: Borderline author: Allan Stratton publisher: Harper Collins; 2010 main character: Mohammed Sami Sabiri (Sammy) Andy and Marty have been friends with Sammy every since they were little boys. Sammy’s dad isn’t real fond of Andy and Marty, of the nicknames they give his son or the sense of humor they have. He tries… Read More book review: Borderline
Home. It’s so good to be home, to have a home, a place that is so familiar and accepting. No mistake I love leaving home and exploring the world, but right now it’s good just to be at home for the air conditioning, if nothing else! After getting in at 3am on Thursday, I presented… Read More SundayMorningReads