alisa richter

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big and small.

rachelfershleiser said: I would like to know how you think libraries play a part in education, both formal and life-long. Thanks Lemony!

Everything about this just makes me happy. 

markcoatney:

rachelfershleiser:

lemonysnicketlibrary:

The part libraries play in education is the part bubbles play in champagne.  They may seem at first to be merely a shimmery addition, but they are the central feature of the entire enterprise and the reason, joyous and astonishing, to keep imbibing.

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Lemony Snicket answered my question!

That’s nice. But I can tell you, as the son of a librarian, that librarians prefer their analogies, like their real lives, involve lots and lots of whiskey.

These are amazing. fuckyeahembroidery:

missmodular:

Embroidered plastic bags by Josh Blackwell.
(via Free People Blog)

“How many corporations are out there rifling through the defunct brands of America’s past like a bin of used records, looking for something, anything, that will give them that soft Edison-bulb glow of authenticity?”

—   Fascinating piece by Dan Nosowitz in BuzzFeed, definitely worth a read: How Madewell Bought And Sold My Family’s History
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Incredibly honored to included in Business Insider's 50 Best Public Relations People In The Tech Industry In 2014, alongside some of my favorite people, like April Conyers—who nabbed first! Girl is a force of nature. 

Check it out