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About meDavid is frequently reading either a book, an ebook, or something on his computer screen(s). He lives in Seattle with his husband, Patrick, furry family Agatha Christie and Harper Lee and frequent visits to and from their son Ben. David spends his professional time helping people use educational technology to help teaching and learning. He spends non-reading time with friends and occasionally photographing, traveling or cooking.
About my libraryDavid's library is an eclectic one and he is interested to see how it takes shape in a catalog. Cataloging the library has been a goal for many years and nothing seemed to answer. He's hoping the answer is here.
Favorite librariesDenver Public Library - Woodbury Branch Library
Real nameDavid W. Gibson
LocationSeattle, WA, US
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Currently readingThe Poetry of Robert Frost: The Collected Poems, Complete and Unabridged by Robert Frost
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