Monthly Archives: October 2011

Whizzy revamped website for Welsh libraries!

The long-running libary portal in Wales (librarywales.org) has had a big revamp, redesign, refresh. It’s now a lovely blue colour, has user-friendly wording (e.g. ‘find a book’ rather than Cat Cymru) and also features book reviews for the first time, … Continue reading

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Your guide to several L words

Because there’s lots of library projects, programmes and events going on in Wales at the moment it can be a bit confusing with all the different names of things to know what it what, how to take part, and who’s … Continue reading

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Libraries Fortnight – coming soon to a library near you!

With all the doom and gloom around libraries at the moment it’s good to see Welsh libraries celebrating culture, creativity and promoting the benefits of libraries. Many libraries in Wales will be taking part in the Libraries Fortnight which is … Continue reading

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Bilingual blogging

After giving it lots of thought over the last few weeks or so I have decided to put the Welsh language version of my blog on hold. There are multiple reasons for taking this decision. I am enjoying blogging but … Continue reading

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What to call an e-book?

When is an e-book not an e-book? If you are confused by the various ways of writing e-book (ebook, e-book, e-Book, Ebook, E-book, E-Book etc) take a look at this blog post which explains the grammar and which one(s) is/are … Continue reading

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