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Full-speed ahead

We have a good fund-raising effort toward the end of last year as we really got our expansion project under way. Now, we are stepping things up, and we want to remind you that you’re input is valuable to us as we look at how we might expand the library...

Free magazines

Starting right now you can use your library card as a passport to take you into the content of dozens of well-known and popular magazines. The library has subscribed on your behalf to RB Digital magazine news stand, so you can access your favorites from your cell...

Super Heroes redux

They may not be Batman and Superman and Wonder Woman, but comic-book heroes of one sort or another are about to return to the teen book scene in a way that befits their historical stature. DC Entertainment, which owns those characters, has announced it will be...

Agenda Wimberley Village Library District

NOTICE OF QUORUM WIMBERLEY VILLAGE LIBRARY DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES Wimberley Village Library, 400 FM 2325, Wimberley, TX 78676 This notice is posted pursuant to § 551.041 of the Texas Open Meetings Act (TX Gov. Code Ann. Ch. 551) A quorum of the Wimberley Village...

Get a grip

Over the weekend the New York Times had several pieces about the kerfuffle developing over social media use by — mainly — kids. One by Emily Cochrane was the least alarmist. Here is the explanatory paragraph about a call by a professor for people to limit...

How not to fall behind

The promise of educational attainment through Massive Online Only Courses (or MOOCs, as they are called) is proving to be illusive. You may or may not learn enough in a MOOC to make you more worthwhile to an employer or potential employer, but the chances are very,...

How, exactly?

The CEO of the world’s largest publisher of books is bullish on the future for his company, which means, of course, he is also bullish on long-form narratives and fiction. Markus Dohle of Penguin Random House told The Indian express this week that he believes...