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    National Inventors Day – Michael S. Hart

    When we think of inventions and inventors, we often think of Edison and his (non-original) light bulb, or Tesla and A/C electricity (at least I do). We forget that modern inventions are much more than “slap-chops” and “ostrich pillows” made to alleviate daily frustrations. Technological inventions that have no tangible creation can be kind of […]

    Posted on May 24, 2016 by Jacob Lee

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    Reference Websites

    You may have noticed that the Reference Websites page received a facelift.  Well, this site is now a LibGuide, rather than a website.  With this change from a website to a LibGuide, it is much faster and easier to update the reference websites information and links because the changes are instantaneous. If you are unfamiliar […]

    Posted on May 22, 2016 by Chrystal Dawson

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    Read any good inventions lately?

    Get set to invent everybody because May is National Inventor’s Month! It’s pretty awesome to think about how every gadget, gizmo, and thing-a-ma-bob there has ever been, (not to mention all the whoozits and whatzits galore that are out there) were invented by regular people. How cool is that? Being the literary nerd that I […]

    Posted on May 21, 2016 by Alicia James

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