After KonMari

I grew up in a family who kept everything. The closets were full. The garage was full. There were shelves upon shelves of knick-knacks and photo albums. We had decorations and kitchenware for literally every occasion. Being surrounded by this, I did the same thing. I kept everything. What if I needed it someday? What … Continue reading After KonMari

Ready Player One vs Ready Player One

This does not contain spoilers. Ready Player One by Ernest Cline was well-received by the literary community, earning 4.29 stars on Goodreads and appearing on the New York Bestseller lists for hardcover, paperback, and audio (beautifully narrated by Wil Wheaton). Ready Player One directed by Steven Spielberg received above average reviews (7.6 on IMDB) and … Continue reading Ready Player One vs Ready Player One

Dear Panos Mourdoukoutas

After reading your article that was published on the Forbes website yesterday about why Amazon should replace public libraries, I have a recommendation for you. Visit your public library. If you did, you would see how much we still offer. While you're there, start a conversation with the circulation staff. Take into account though that … Continue reading Dear Panos Mourdoukoutas