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At 4:22am on May 25, 2009, Mike McQueen said…
Hi Paul,
I'm a teacher librarian & recently started a community based blog for getting boys to read - Please send me a friend request if you'd like to network, share ideas, and learn more about getting boys to read.

Mike McQueen

LET'S NETWORK HERE TOO (request me as a friend):
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At 2:09pm on August 5, 2008, Kevin Griffith said…

I believe the Guinness World Records people may have to create a special category just for you. Something like Librarian with Most Media Coverage, perhaps? Another excellent entry in the Tampa Tribune’s In The Loop!

(I’d make a joke about the photo of you holding a plastic gun to a teen’s head, but I’m afraid you’d send the Krav Maga instructor after me.)

Great job!
At 2:58pm on July 1, 2008, Kevin Griffith said…
Another excellent newspaper article, Paul! I’m having a hard time keeping up!

Judging by the picture, I’d say that all of the customer service training you've gone to has paid off.

Library Goes Medieval
At 10:55am on April 23, 2008, Kevin Griffith said…
More press coverage? Oui! :)

Excellent job, Paul!

Wii article
At 10:37am on March 20, 2008, Kevin Griffith said…
And yet ANOTHER newspaper article? You, sir, are an unstoppable multimedia powerhouse. I bow in your general direction.

Rockus Maximus made the cover of the Tampa Tribune's In The Loop! Way to go, Paul!
At 11:42am on March 3, 2008, Kevin Griffith said…
More press for the PCLS! Yay!

Rockus Maximus
At 8:27am on February 27, 2008, Kevin Griffith said…

Another newspaper article? Yes!

(At least they spelled YOUR last name right!) :)

Battle of the Bands XI:Rockus Maximus
At 10:39am on February 20, 2008, Kevin Griffith said…

Excellent article in The Suncoast News today! The only thing missing was a photo of your famous arm.

What a privilege it is to have people like Mr. Ohtani share their wisdom with us.

Here's the URI of the article for your adoring fans:
At 9:01am on November 21, 2007, Ayhan Bozkurt said…
conan librarian :P..
At 12:25am on August 13, 2007, Alicia Moon-Wan said…
What can I say, I was drawn this way.
At 10:18pm on July 30, 2007, Kris said…
Hi Paul,
Not a bad idea! She is very defensive of me.
I don't think that the new college president would approve though.
At 6:13pm on July 30, 2007, Kris said…
Hi Paul,
Now I know what I've been missing! A sword to deal with those annoying community users. Perfect!
At 3:27pm on July 30, 2007, Julie Sayles said…
Yes, great article! Julie
At 11:38am on July 24, 2007, Kevin Griffith said…

Great article in the St. Pete Times. And, finally, a photo that shows more than your arm!

Nice axe.
At 11:35am on July 19, 2007, Ellen Cannon said…
Thanks! You're a part of that; everyone loves your workshops! Got any new topics you might want to teach? =)
At 7:36pm on July 7, 2007, Julie Sayles said…
Paul, would you like to participate in the Library 2.0 Member survey I created for my Research Methods class?! It's not very long, and is mostly demographic and interest information. If you do, I would appreciate any comments you have about how I could improve it. Thanks, Julie
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At 9:18pm on July 6, 2007, Julie Sayles said…
Hi Paul,
Wow, it seems there are so many creative and interesting librarians in Pasco County! Who would have guessed! But I guess USF SLIS isn't so conservative after all! Good to make your acquaintance.
At 10:05am on June 26, 2007, Kevin Griffith said…

Why would I need artificial bling when I have so much natural bling to work with? Look at that shiny forehead, baby!

Say It Loud (I'm Bald And I'm Proud)!
*does a little James Brown dance*
At 4:48pm on June 25, 2007, Karen Correa said…
Thanks for joining the Youth Group. Hopefully, there will be good discussions.
At 7:57pm on June 22, 2007, Kevin Griffith said…
Thanks for joining the LL group, Paul. I know I can count on your unique insight to keep things lively.

Nice sword.


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