about

Hi there. If you’re here, then you probably already know about me and I don’t need to elaborate on that. If not, though, I hope you’ll get to know me as I ruminate on life. Maybe something on here will inspire you to keep on doing what it is that you love – maybe it’s singing in packed coffee houses, maybe it’s designing bridges, maybe it’s testing video games, or maybe it’s saving a life on the other end of a crisis line. Just don’t give it up.

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2 responses to “about

  1. Hello:

    Britannica’s annual “Haunted Libraries” series has launched. Updated and revised from last year, this very popular series will deal with libraries in each region of the U.S. and then libraries worldwide.

    For more information, and for the schedule of posts this week, click here:

    http://www.britannica.com/blogs/2008/10/ghosts-in-the-library-the-haunted-library-series-is-back/

    Comments and updates welcome from the public. Enjoy!

    Barbara Schreiber
    Britannica Blog
    Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc

  2. … thought you might be interested in Britannica’s new blog series:

    Haunted Hollywood: A New Blog Series (10 Oscar-Related Ghost Stories in Honor of the Academy Awards)
    http://www.britannica.com/blogs/2009/02/haunted-hollywood-a-new-blog-series-10-oscar-related-ghost-stories-in-honor-of-the-academy-awards/

    The two weeks of postings are by Laurie Jacobson, author of Hollywood Haunted: A Ghostly Tour of Filmland.

    We hope you enjoy the posts, and you and your readers are welcome to leave comments.

    All the best,

    Barbara Schreiber
    Britannica Blog
    Encyclopaedia Britannica
    Chicago, Illinois USA

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