Monthly Archives: November 2010

Web searches go really bad

There is a terrific article in last Friday’s (Nov. 26, 2010) New York Times entitled, A Bully Finds a Pulpit on the Web. It is a story of how an unscrupulous business man actually uses highly negative web postings about … Continue reading

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Maag Library to close Dec. 23 – Jan. 2

Maag Library will be closed to patrons from Thursday Dec. 23rd 2010 through Sunday Jan. 2nd 2011. We will reopen on “break” schedule on Monday Jan. 3rd. As usual, many information resources will be available via the web, either at … Continue reading

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What’s new in Maag?

Ever wonder what new materials Maag has added to the collection recently?  Each month the “New Titles” link is updated, and you can see what is new in Maag. Just follow this link: http://jupiter.ysu.edu/search/ftlist.html

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US News & World Report cancels print edition

US news magazine gives up on print U.S. News & World Report, the news magazine owned by New York Daily News publisher Mort Zuckerman, is terminating its print edition. An internal memo sent to staff last Friday announced that the … Continue reading

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National Novel Writing Month

It is November! The light of the days are noticeably shorter, you still have several weeks of school, breaks are coming but not here, the election drama is over, the new TV season is not new anymore, and you are … Continue reading

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Election Day tomorrow!

“The history of the United States can be read as a struggle for inclusive democracy against structures of domination and exclusion.” —Jasmin Raskin In the election of 2008, 56.8% of the voting-age population actually voted. This was the highest voter … Continue reading

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