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May 12 2014

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February 01 2014

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Fitness Librarians Pump Up The Sacramento Book Scene

They comprise 18.7 percent of the systems 642,837 current cardholders. The library system supports every program, be it an aerobics session or a raw food presentation, with materials from its own collection that attendees can check out after the event. American Library Association President Barbara Stripling said she is not aware of many library fitness programs but acknowledged the void between teenagers and parents. She called the fitness idea innovative and absolutely in sync with whats going on nationally. Thats perfect because it combines healthy workouts body and healthy mind, she said. Thats brilliant, to offer that kind of an experience. Stripling also cited an increased interest in makers spaces, like recording studios and 3-D print shops, where young people can create or construct. In May, the Arcade Library http://mullikinonline.beeplog.com/ opened Design Spot, a recreational area featuring a 3-D printer, which Zaker said makes it the perfect location for fitness and other alternative programming.
Source: http://www.sacbee.com/2014/01/30/6113613/fitness-librarians-pump-up-the.html

January 24 2014

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Ibm Predicts Success In U.s. Review Of Lenovo Deal

Most of IBMs x86 servers are being made in Shenzhen, China , he said. Photographer: Ben Torres/Bloomberg An employee walks past rows of racks being built and prepared for usage stand inside... Read More An employee walks past rows of racks being built and prepared for usage stand inside pod two of International Business Machines Corp.'s (IBM) Softlayer data center in Dallas. Close Close Open Photographer: Ben Torres/Bloomberg An employee walks past rows of racks being built and prepared for usage stand inside pod two of International Business Machines Corp.'s (IBM) Softlayer data center in Dallas. Service Agreements The broad utilization of IBMs servers by the U.S. government and in critical infrastructure operations should certainly require a CFIUS review, Michael Wessel, a member of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, said in an e-mailed statement. That review must cover not only the purchase of the companys operations but the implications of Lenovo taking over service agreements for existing clients. Padilla said a few of the IBM servers are used by U.S.

January 19 2014

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