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About meI'm a reference librarian at a major university, interested in library technology and in instruction. I read a lot of mysteries, especially historical mysteries, and also a lot of history, current events, and politics.

GroupsAtlanta Bibliophiles, Progressive & Liberal!

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Favorite librariesRobert W. Woodruff Library (Emory University)

Other favoritesDragon*Con

Homepagehttp://academicpkm.org

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Real nameMary A. Axford

LocationAtlanta, Georgia US

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Member sinceNov 20, 2006

Currently readingA People's History of American Empire by Howard Zinn
The Archivist: A Novel by Martha Cooley
The Thoreau You Don't Know: What the Prophet of Environmentalism Really Meant by Robert Sullivan

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Hey, what I used to do,but 7 years after ending 50 years of a library career, now just read. Found you looking for LT reviews of Bad Money.
But not interested in seeing you are reading Thoreau. Started reading some selections myself and ...wow. Once Kevin Phillips predictions come true we can all subscribe to Thoreau,find out own little Ponds and go back to the land the Indians understood. No more childhood obesity, gridlock because we won't have cars. Maybe like Africans of today, just cell phones.
Just read your review of Howl's Moving Castle, which is one of my favorite Diana Wynne Jones books. I'd never heard there was a movie! Now I'm going to have to go track it down. Thanks for including the movie reference :)
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