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Ghost of Tsushima and Jidaigeki Reading Lists

Posted about 1 year ago by Jonah Butler
The sun is sinking and the golden hour is in full form. The season is autumn. The Japanese maples are a deep red and the gingko leaves a brilliant yellow. […]
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Upcoming Indie Releases for 2020

Posted about 2 years ago by Jonah Butler
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Macmillan eBook Embargo

Posted about 2 years ago by Jonah Butler
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Long Live the Pond Scum

Posted about 2 years ago by Jonah Butler
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We can all agree, the world is a pretty fascinating place comprised of the tiniest microbes to the tallest mountains and deepest oceans. But beyond the grandeur sits a more […]
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Travel Traditions

Posted about 3 years ago by Jonah Butler
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Now that summer’s finally leaving and fall seems right around the corner, many of us who have busy summers are entering into vacation season. That means choosing what to bring […]
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On Millennials, Minimalism, Self-Sufficiency… and Library Use

Posted about 4 years ago by Jonah Butler
Two of the biggest trends among Millennials in 2017 are de-cluttering our lives (thanks in part to Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up) and becoming more self-sufficient as […]
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A Book Worth Finishing

Posted about 4 years ago by Jonah Butler
Not long ago Goodread put out an infographic about finishing books. In their survey they discovered that somewhere around 38% of people who read will finish a book no matter […]
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The Glitch Ramblings of Iphone’s Quicktype

Posted about 4 years ago by Jonah Butler
The modern human life is mostly dependent on technology. We are connected. We wear our computers on our wrists, reminding us to not forget to breathe. They’re in our back […]
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