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About NJBiblio

I am a high school district library media specialist/wannabe tech guru who is always looking for new and innovative materials, resources, and ways to help the teachers integrate 21st century materials in their classrooms. I myself am a little bit geek, a little bit nerd, but always proud of it!

Art of the Day – 03/16/17 (The Absinthe Drinker, Albert Anker)

Daily Artwork — “The Absinthe Drinker, Albert Anker, 1908”

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1938 — The Absinthe Drinker.  Watercolor. Realism style. Albert Anker (1831-1910).  Private collection.

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Photo of the Day – 03/16/17 (“Austin Statesman”, 1913)

Daily Photo — “Austin Statesman, 1913”

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October 1913. Austin, Texas. “Sunday morning. Paul Luna, 9-year-old newsie who is up at 4 a.m. Sundays.” Photo by Lewis Wickes Hine. 

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The Science of Happiness — Infographic

The Science of Happiness

Each of us has something different that brings us happiness and it is indeed a unique experience.  However, there are certain chemical reactions in our bodies and environment that can affect how we feel.  Today’s infographic explores some of those.    [VIA]

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Art of the Day – 03/15/17 (New Planet, Konstantin Yuon)

Daily Artwork — “New Planet (Новая планета), Konstantin Yuon, 1921”

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1921 — New Planet (Новая планета).  Tempera on cardboard. Symbolism style. Konstantin Yuon (1875-1958). Tretyakov State Gallery, Moscow, Russia.

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Photo of the Day – 03/15/17 (“Ali v. Chamberlain”, 1967)

Daily Photo — “Ali v. Chamberlain, 1967”

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March 10, 1967. Wilt Chamberlain demonstrates his reach to Muhammad Ali – New York, NY. 

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Inventors of Everyday Technology — Infographic

The Inventors of Everyday Technology

They’re the things we use everyday and often take for granted, but at one time, none of these things existed.  From potato chips to airplanes; indoor plumbing to cars, these technologies at one time were created and then perfected by someone, but who?  Today’s infographic takes a look at the people and things behind the tech we use every day of our lives.  [VIA]

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Art of the Day – 03/14/17 (Music Lesson, Octav Bancila)

Daily Artwork — “Music Lesson, Octav Băncilă, 1914”

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1914 — Music Lesson.  Oil paint on canvas. Impressionism style. Octav Băncilă (1892-1964). Private collection.
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