July 2012 NYPL Blog Highlights
Oh say did you see...
- how to rescue your files from ancient floppy disks.
- how to find word meanings.
- how to crochet without tears.
- how to get inspired and use your imagination.
- how to get your GED.
- how to find New York State government information.
- how to find global suppliers.
- how to get the most out of our ebook collection.
- how to find a lot of useless information.
- how to make your own 3D glasses.
- how to get a job as a community health worker, a cable technician, or a production assistant, and how to get help if you're a veteran.
- how to search for a mystery from the past.
- how to get your lunch to work.
- how to make 100 calorie brownies.
- how to get help putting food on the table.
- how to occupy your time before and after the Olympics broadcast.
- how to complain effectively.
We also shared lots of stuff for teens, exciting short term research projects, curtain call time on the Great American Revue, a WWII book drive, a San Franciscan who was emperor, Swinging London, Broadway belles, Greenwich Village ghosts, and of course lots of summer reads, music, movies and more.
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