Welcome to another edition of Humans of Libraryland, where I get to introduce you to some of the spectacular folks who work for your public library! You might hear about favorite hobbies, secret dreams, adorable pets, and more! This week we're chatting with someone very special. If you have ever been on (or seen) one […]Read More from Humans of Libraryland: The Driving Librarian
Thirteen years ago, the King County Library System embarked on an ambitious, long-term Capital Improvement Plan that has made KCLS one of the busiest and most beautiful library systems in the country. When King County voters approved a $172 million Capital Bond in 2004, it was a resounding endorsement of libraries and their importance to […]Read More from Building on Support from Voters: 2004 Capital Bond Progress
September is National Preparedness Month. It is a great time to reflect upon our emergency preparations. Water, shelter, and communication are the three basic necessities we can start with for numerous emergencies, such as natural disasters, a pandemic of diseases, and terrorism. Library Events KCLS offers Emergency Preparedness classes and a workshop in which you […]Read More from Ready for Emergencies?
On September 7, the consumer credit reporting agency Equifax announced that it had been the victim of a massive data breach earlier in the year, reporting that the personal information of up to 143 million people was stolen. If you were affected by the breach, or want to find out whether you were affected, here's […]Read More from Equifax Data Breach: A Guide for the Anxious
GeekGirlCon, an inclusive convention extravaganza that celebrates the female geek, originated in 2010 as a panel at San Diego Comic-Con titled “Geek Girls Exist.” The enthusiasm for this panel led to the creation of GeekGirlCon in 2011. This year, GeekGirlCon takes place in Seattle on September 30 and October 1. From its humble origins, GeekGirlCon […]Read More from Gear Up for GeekGirlCon!