Show me the money

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Funding for public libraries has always been a divisive subject. They’re an investment for the various tiers of government that don’t show a tangible...

What’s In A Name: Dino Edition

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Etymology is the scientific study of the origin of names, and it’s not just limited to people names. Everyone loves dinosaurs (and if you...

Don’t forget the A in AI

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ChatGPT. Adobe Premiere Pro. Tome. These are just a few of the more popular AI programs out there right now. So what are they...

The decline of the letter

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When I was a teenager, there was nothing more exciting than coming across a pretty letter writing set, complete with matching envelopes, when I...

Back to Basics — those pesky dashes

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I am going to start this article by stating that ‘the dashes’ (hyphens, en dashes, and em dashes) are my most disliked form of...

Lifelong learning

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The first week in September this year is Adult Learners Week, a campaign that aims to encourage the motto that when it comes to...

Author activity

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As a Gen X-er, I’m of the age where I clearly remember a time before the digital age took over, even if I have...

The low-down on donations

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One of the most common questions I get asked here at the Bindoon Library is, “Do you accept donations?” The answer is, “Yes! Yes...

Let’s celebrate!

What’s in a number? Sixty. 60. Three score. Sexagenary. 60 seconds in a minute, 60 minutes in an hour, and 60 years in the...

Live & Local

In the middle of last year, I was sitting in on a Regional and Remote Libraries Working Group meeting and we were discussing recent...

Safe spaces for all

If you’ve been keeping abreast of news in the United States, you’ll already know about the terrible things happening in their library spaces recently....

Back To Basics refresher: apostrophes

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Those of you who have been following the Bindoon Bookworm since the beginning will probably remember that every now and then I like to...