Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-09-26

  • @benuski Good to know that libraryworker cardigan will finally have authentic kitteh hair on it. #
  • I'm probably going to slip a pirate reference into this recommendation I'm writing this afternoon. #thisiswhatyougetwhenIwriteyourreference #
  • @LMo3120 I love the challenge, thank you! May be able to work into as discussing radio station collection: "booty-shaking records"? in reply to LMo3120 #
  • The point when RVA tells Billyburg to suck it got me laughing. RT @kaappiah If Historic Richmond Had a Facebook Page http://bit.ly/9ZlEn1 #
  • After living here nearly 4 yrs colleague shared 1895 journal article "Virginia Names Spelt One Way & Called Another." Now will I understand? #
  • These are spelt v. called: Crenshaw=Granger?!? Enroughty=Derby??? Timberlake=Timberleg. Why is this list not provided @ the DMV? #
  • @mmhfraser Featherstonehaugh family didn't make VA list but colleague fwd'd review of Oxford BBC Guide to Pronunciation that did. #neverends in reply to mmhfraser #
  • Oh hai humid day. Whatever. I've got socks on my packing list, so eat it. #fb #
  • Tonight may just be the long-awaited walnut shake from the Queen Anne Dari Snak experiment. #
  • On a long layover in newark I can't help but wonder about the impact deputizing TSA as fashion police might have. #transparentwhitedresses #
  • @benuski Glad to know you are keeping your options open. Sersiously. in reply to benuski #
  • Poutinnnnnnnnnneeeeeeeee! and crepes. and beers. and I'm moving to vt. as soon as I develop a craft I can sell @ the farmers markets. #

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Swem Library’s Special Collections Research Center is a learning lab for students, much like a science lab, except the raw materials we offer for your experimentation and observation are original manuscripts, photographs, rare books, sheet music, maps, and other unique or rare treasures documenting humanity’s history and culture.

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