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15 Minutes of Fame for Your Pooch

If it's Friday, it must be time for Friday Funnies! Today's entry is If you have a pup, they can have their very own home page at no cost! It takes a total of about five minutes to register and make a page. Just have a digital photo of your canine bud handy and you're good to go. What would we do without the Internet? We wouldn't send you off to this site unless we'd checked it out for you, so here is the Infopeople Web Manager's faithful companion's page.


Database of American Libraries before 1876

A fascinating new site from the Davies Project at Princeton University is the Database of American Libraries before 1876. It covers libraries in the continental United States from the time of the first settlements until 1876 (when the first official national listing was compiled). You can search by type of library (including Ladies Society Library and Temperance Library!) to founding date to collection size. And if you have additional information about any of the entries, there is a comment feature built in.


Exciting News! Mary Minow's Third Thursdays Are Back!

Infopeople is pleased to announce the resumption of our popular "Third Thursday" webcasts with Mary Minow. These webcasts focus on library-related legal issues. Mary will deliver the next webcast, "Privacy, Libraries, and the Law," on October 21, 2004, starting at noon. There is no charge for viewing the webcast. Check our website for more information about viewing the webacst. Please note: Infopeople's funding limits attendance at live webcasts to anyone in the California library community.



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