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Speed of information

I’m actually slow at getting info. I didn’t hear anything about the attack in the UK this morning until around 9 am when I checked email and there was a message from a Yahoo grooup I’m on, one member informing us she lives 40 min away and so is ok.

I checked LiveJournal to find out about my former classmate. She’s ok.

I need to start listening to the radio or reading on the internet in the morning so I know what is going on in the world. (But I’m such not a morning person).

For being a librarian, I’m generally uninformed, or at least I feel that way.

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