– You may find it interesting that Edward Snowden is now on Twitter. His first few tweets are really priceless. We have the Oscar winning documentary about him (Citizen Four) in our collection.
– CreativeMornings is an international monthly breakfast lecture series designed for creative communities. It’s like TED talks, but different. Some of the best talks are now available in podcast form.
– Do you listen to podcasts? If you need help figuring them out, we can help. Set up a device help appointment and we’ll walk you through the process.
– The book trailer for Mindy Kaling’s new book, Why Not Me? is super cute. We have the book and the audiobook in our collection.
– I’ve always been intrigued by cinemagraphs. I first learned about them years ago when the fashion industry started using them. Now it seems a company called Flixel has created some apps that will make it possible for those of us who aren’t that tech savvy to create them.
– Are you always looking through Google images for photos to use in presentations and on flyers? If so, you might want to check out StockSnap.io. All the photos are free from copyright restrictions and no attribution is required. This is what I get when I do a search for the word – “meeting.” #notbad
– The New York Times is reporting — E-Book Sales Slip, and Print Is Far From Dead. Do you read just print, just e-books, or a combination of the two?
– How did I not know that there is a tool library that lends out kitchen tools just outside of Portland, Maine. To learn more about the Maine Tool Library, read this fun article in the Portland Press Herald. via Library Stuff
– Do you have an iPhone? Are you always getting notified that you need to delete stuff to make more room? Me too. There are a couple of apps that will help you move stuff to the cloud with just a couple of clicks. Read about it here. via Tech Crunch
– SNAPSHOT of the 5 Most Popular Adult Books at PPL right now
The Monthly Link Pack is a blog series curated by Jennifer Moore, library clerk, maker, and sustainable style blogger. If you have a suggestion for something that should be included in a future blog post, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.