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Orange is the new green at the Multnomah County Library April 22, 2015 – Posted in: Books and Technology, Content, Libraries

The Multnomah County Library in Oregon (think Portland) has become the first major library in the country to sustainably source the paper it uses to print patron receipts and hold slips. The library, which uses upward of 10,000 rolls of paper each year for these slips, has moved from the traditional white paper that contains bisphenol A (BPA) or bisphenol S (BPS) to an alternative paper that uses a vitamin C formulation instead. That’s right vitamin C, though…

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Writers Walking the Earth April 22, 2013

What a better way to celebrate Earth Day then with this graphic from Domitille Collardey and Alicia Desantis that appeared in the Travel Section of the New York Times.   Eight Writers and the Walks That Inspired Them

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