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💜Lyndsey☁️R.🖤 Jul 21
Thanks for having absolutely no idea how work in 2018,
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Catherine Lundoff 7h
I think libraries are terrific. Libraries and librarians helped me navigate many of the less pleasant years of my life. I belong to not one, but 2 local Friends of the Library chapters. Libraries have actively supported me as a writer and reader. Amazon, not so much.
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Rachel (Ray) Kenny Jul 21
"At the core, Amazon has provided something better than a local library without the tax fees." | Because obtaining all your information needs from a for-profit corporate giant sounds like a much better alternative. 🤔 via
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sara 8h
are the only places left that you don’t get perks or special treatment just for being rich. You wait in line for the book or the computer like everyone else.
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Paula Cardozo 7h
A poorly researched piece on . Need to work on your research skills? You are welcome in your local library (even if you write inaccurate drivel this this).
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💜Lyndsey☁️R.🖤 Jul 21
Replying to @lyndztanica
And they might not own a Kindle to take advantage of an ereader. So if they do read, it has to be at a computer. Which, again, not everyone is going to have. Did you know that public serve *everyone*, including *gasp* THE POOR?
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Christian Lauersen 17h
Utterly misunderstood article on role in the 21st century by in ; Do Amazon focus on communities succeeding? NO! Are Amazon driven by capitalistic values? YES! Libraries are forces of social good and serves society
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Poets.org 2h
The library is dangerous, full Of answers. If you go inside, You may not come out The same person who went in. —Alberto Rios
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Gina Murrell Jul 17
Replying to @GinaMurrell1
Every day on the job as librarian, I witnessed the public library's crucial role in helping to foster an equitable society.
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EveryLibrary 4h
How about we make this article go viral instead of the other one?
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Doncaster Libraries Jul 18
It's an old one, but a wonderful one. A great article from on the importance of , encouraging and allowing our children to read what they want & of course how important our are.
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megan panatier 5m
Go sign up for a local library card tomorrow! It’s easy. It’s like getting an endless gift card that’s made available by your community for you and everyone in your community. It’s a bit of magic in your pocket.
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hellresidentNY 5h
I can think of at least one person who clearly doesn't believe that Amazon needs to replace all public libraries.
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Frances Dinkelspiel 6h
Glad to see others are refuting this ridiculous idea. lend laptops, teach people to read, have important but not popular books available, are open to EVERYONE. You should visit one sometime. It’s clear you haven’t in a long time.
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EveryLibrary 11h
Replace Libraries with Amazon? Let's check that out. Survey says.... Nope.
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Michelle Lake Jul 20
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Sarah's LibraryLists Jul 20
Today I unveil my masterwork. A list (catalog if you will) of every UK library I can find on Twitter: Please retweet and I'll add anyone I've missed if you tweet me 📚😀📚
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Nicholas Poole Jul 20
Bloody brilliant, positive meeting to end the week on. Real progress, big ideas and good people to work with across the sector. Feels like building something important for & communities
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Jameson Rohrer Jul 16
As of today we have 145 inmates signed up and participating in our summer reading program at the prison I work for.
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Matthew Hammond 11h
I don't know anything about money, but I do know that Panos Mourdoukoutas is wrong about libraries.
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