So odd.

So odd.

Stripe twins!!! 👯 (at Weinberg Memorial Library (University of Scranton))

Stripe twins!!! 👯 (at Weinberg Memorial Library (University of Scranton))

humansofnewyork:

Because of all the attention of this morning’s library post, I thought it’d only be fair to post the NYPL’s response. I’m quoting four points that they’ve asked me to clarify:

*The man says “I work at this Library.” Ends up, he doesn’t “work” for the library in the sense of being an employee….

The dumbest librarian joke

idea-lab:

libraryjournal:

bookscassidy:

iamunicorngirl:

Do we catalog stuff?

I dunno, Dewey?

I don’t understand why this doesn’t have more reblogs.

Your Friday library joke. You’re welcome.

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fishingboatproceeds:

It’s here! It’s here! The full #tfios trailer in beautiful high definition!

oh Winston!

oh Winston!

(Source: queensalanderstark)

Wearing my super sad Allegiant quote necklace that @davis_eli got me for Christmas! Love it! #divergent

Wearing my super sad Allegiant quote necklace that @davis_eli got me for Christmas! Love it! #divergent

How do I get through to someone whose only focus is red carpet dresses and shows about celebrity murders?

This scene killed me!!

explore-blog:

This signed limited edition of On Such a Full Sea by Chang-Rae Lee, published by Riverhead Books, features the world’s first 3D-printed book cover. The slipcase was made by Brooklyn’s Makerbot using a bioplastic made of corn.
Lovely to see another technology join the existing arsenal of print whimsy, currently consisting mostly of die-cut ingenuity and pop-up paper architecture. 

explore-blog:

This signed limited edition of On Such a Full Sea by Chang-Rae Lee, published by Riverhead Books, features the world’s first 3D-printed book cover. The slipcase was made by Brooklyn’s Makerbot using a bioplastic made of corn.

Lovely to see another technology join the existing arsenal of print whimsy, currently consisting mostly of die-cut ingenuity and pop-up paper architecture