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At 1:00pm on September 30, 2008, Deborah Hynes said…
Kevin, I also enjoyed talking to you. I hope all continues to go well for you and yours. Say hello to mutual friends (Cindy Body, etc.).
At 2:39am on August 29, 2008, Martin Suraba said…
Hi Kevin,
thank you to connect into my group:)
At 3:13pm on July 26, 2008, Bonnie Young said…
Thank you, Kevin. I am currently learning more and more about web 2.0 and enjoying it! My new blog is

At 5:17pm on July 1, 2008, VBVakaciwa said…
Hello Kevin
I look forward to be part of the group and discuss topics that we share in common.
At 9:47pm on April 7, 2008, Julene Reed said…

Would be available to talk by phone this week about the great things you are doing in the Florida libraries? I am working with public librarians in Indiana next week, and I'd love to get your input and advice.

Thanks! My e-mail is
At 9:32am on March 6, 2008, Paul Stonebridge said…
Kevin, do you ever rest?? Look at you in the Chicago Tribune! Go, man!

Chicago Tribune Article 3-5-08
At 7:56pm on March 4, 2008, RefLibrarian said…
Thank you, Kevin. I am very glad to be joining the PCLS.
At 2:47pm on March 3, 2008, Deborah Hynes said…
Hi Kevin, I hope you are doing well. I've been under the weather (had surgery Dec. 31) but am almost normal again. Our new building project that was axed by the mayor last year might be back on the table. There is a mall renovation project planned, and the new library might be located there. I'll keep you posted on the project if/when it progresses. What's new with you?
At 1:02pm on March 3, 2008, Paul Stonebridge said…
Wow, looks like you have some commentary in the paper once again, too. What is this, 47 times in a month?

Battle of the Bands Article - St. Pete Times 3-3-08
At 10:58am on February 20, 2008, Paul Stonebridge said…
Kevin! Thanks for the Suncoast News comment. Congrats on your FRONT PAGE article in the Floridian section the other day! That picture made you look like the King of the Librarians. Here's a link to the article text.

St. Pete Times Floridian Section 2/14/08
At 4:46pm on February 14, 2008, Dennis McMullen said…
Thanks Kevin. I'll take a look at your suggested titles.
At 8:08pm on February 4, 2008, Dennis McMullen said…
Hi Kevin. Probably the most interesting books I've read on creativity this past year are on the art of drawing & writing comics, by Scott Mccloud. They're not just for the cartoonist.
At 4:23pm on January 10, 2008, Thomas Theodore Kaun said…
Thanks, Kevin.
I still have to get in and add my personality type. I got distracted when I went to the enneagram site and had to look for my enneagram books, update their catalog records, decide whether I agreed with what the questionnaire told me, etc., etc.
I am an enneagram 5, what some call a Thinker, others refer to as Observer, as well as other monikers. I'm an INTJ in Myers-Briggs.
I appreciate the note because it forced me to go to the Library 2.0 which I've been avoiding--too much going on!
At 6:42pm on January 3, 2008, Diane said…

I'll keep it short this time but yes, I am a fan of Stephane Grapelli and Joe Venuti too. Swing is a great mood enhancer :-) I found a quote by Doris Lessing you might "grok"? "Growing up is after all only the understanding that one's unique and incredible experience is what everyone shares."
p. 135 from WOMEN WHO WRITE. Also I am listening to an audio CD set by Oliver Sachs called MUSICOPHILIA (TALES OF MUSIC AND THE BRAIN). I do empathize with the idea of stagnancy but resent people who pick a path say along classical music lines that indicate what are the best choices in music. I've played/listened to many fine orchestras and yet a good boogie woogie piano will shake me loose of my classically refined funk. Listened recently to the best of Lena Horne and there is always that historical getting close to what my mother loved in music thought process too. Thank you for your interesting perspectives :-) they are fun.

At 4:13pm on December 21, 2007, Diane said…

Thank you for your most profound comments. I enjoyed them and ordered the Linda Pastan book you recommended since it was not in our consortium catalog. I like Billy Collins he makes me laugh and Mary Oliver too they have both visited our city upon the invite of the Cabin our local literary center. I think two main redeeming things I have found positive about humanity are art and music. It calms me and brings forth poetry. I also like the music of nature, bird songs, water flowing. Art and music are universally spoken and heard messages to each other and they reach out to us on a global wavelength. I like jazz violin right now, it makes me smile. That's all for now.

At 9:27am on December 20, 2007, Rebecca Tolley-Stokes said…
thanks for the welcome, Kevin
At 6:58pm on December 19, 2007, Diane said…
P.S. Are you a poet too?
At 6:58pm on December 19, 2007, Diane said…
Hi Kevin,

Just getting used to the format I left a comment for you sent to me on my page. Anyway I think Music is a great mood enhancer and thanks for the welcome.

At 5:00pm on December 6, 2007, Ayhan Bozkurt said…
thanks again..
At 8:22am on November 27, 2007, Peter Alsbjer said…
Hi Kevin
Got the dissertation on Organizational Creativity for you! Where would you like to have it sent?

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