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Welcome Back Everybody!

Posted by Laura Losch on January 5, 2010

Did you have a good rest over the Winter Break? I’m sure everyone’s feeling groggy today from having to get back up at regular time for school. And now that we’re back – it’s 2010!

Sidenote: Are you saying twenty-ten or two-thousand ten?

I read a great Blog by a Techy Librarian named Stephen Abram and he had a great post about the technology we all use now, almost everyday in fact, that we didn’t have ten years ago in 2000. I know most of you were in Kindergarten back in 2000 or even pre-school, but look at this list of technology and think – we didn’t have this in 2000 – at all. How many of these items do you use everyday? Time flies when it comes to advances in technology. I’m sure many of you could add to this list, like maybe the Wii or DS. . . .

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