Monthly Archives: December 2012

One Partridge Whose Goose is Cooked (With Apologies to the Pear Tree Concessionaires)

Well, here we are, right in the middle of the Christmas season.  In the middle, you say? Maybe you’re one of those retailers who think that December 26 is the beginning of the Valentine’s Day season; not so, at least … Continue reading

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Library Web Wednesday: U.S. Healthcare Database

Looking for a new physician or dentist in your area?  Check out ReferenceUSA’s U.S. Healthcare database.  With just a simple search, you can access detailed information on over 675,000 physicians and 180,000 dentists.  Detailed information includes physician or dentist name, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Squirrel’s New Year’s Resolution by Pat Miller

Squirrel’s New Year’s Resolution, a friendly story written by a Texan, Pat Miller, begins on New Year’s Day, a day on which resolutions are usually made.   However, the main character Squirrel doesn’t know how to make a resolution. So Squirrel … Continue reading

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I’m interested in Dallas history and I would love to hear some of the most knowledgeable experts in the subject speak. Can the library help?

The Texas/Dallas History and Archives department is a proud sponsor and partner of the annual Legacies Dallas History Conference. The 14th Annual Legacies Dallas History Conference is being held on Saturday, January 26, 2013 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. … Continue reading

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Library Web Wednesday: Computer Source Database

Looking for the latest technology information?  Check out the Computer Source database.  This database offers the latest information over current technology trends.   With a simple search, you can access full text articles from nearly 300 publications, covering computer science, programming, information systems, software, and … Continue reading

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