In Our Feeds: camels in New York, a hobbit themed library and single-tasking
By Alex on November 30th, 2012
Each Friday, we share a handful of links we found interesting, provocative, funny — or just plain cool. We call it In Our Feeds. Have a good weekend!
Did you know an average Facebook user has 130 friends? Or that Lady Gaga has 31 million followers, which is the most followed account on Twitter? For more fun social media facts check out the 100 most fascinating social media statistics and figures from 2012.
Over the past years there have been many unique baby names such as Pilot Inspektor, Apple and Sage Moonblood. But the latest unique baby name reported is Hashtag.
With The Hobbit hitting theaters on December 14th, the Santa Clarita Library in California has painted their very own hobbit door on the library entrance!
There is never a dull moment in New York City, and the camels on 51st confirm that! New Yorkers have been getting a special morning visit from the camels in the cast of a Christmas show.
Victims of Hurricane Sandy find warmth, power outlets, emergency information and books in a mobile library bus.
Who doesn’t like peanut butter? Here’s a brief history of the creamy, all-American snack!
This is a really interesting article focusing on how humans have digressed from “single-tasking” and are becoming more and more distracted by technology.
Want to get in the Holiday spirit? Check out these awesome Holiday Trees made out of books!
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