The Houston Public Library just reopened the Central Library after a two-year, $17 million renovation. Amidst the hoopla that involved, a few things were rolled out quietly: a new Web site, a new brand, the Summer Reading Program, the HPL Mobile Express (a computer lab on wheels), and HPL Express Discovery Green (a reading room in the new downtown Houston park, where the library is providing free wifi to the entire 12 acres of the park).
I'm breathing a sigh of relief that the Central Library is opened, and that the reopening went very well. Now I'm working on getting the word out about the rest.
Just a moment of shameless self-promotion from the person whose job it is to make sure that the word gets out.