• Five tips for a better computer

    Five tips for a better computer

    John LeMasney, a technologist, consultant and designer-developer, has become one the library's valued instructors, teaching classes like Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Evernote, and more. He has gained a bit of a following and reputation for being someone to ask for anything computer-related. Lucky for us, John has agreed to share his top five tips for making your computer faster and more organized.

    Friday, January 16, 2015 - 7:00am
  • A community of readers

    A community of readers

    This month in a Kirkus Reviews interview, our readers’ services librarian, Kristin Friberg, gives her thoughts about our Princeton-centric corner of the publishing industry. We’re very pleased to see our library’s readers’ advisory services and the broader local reading community recognized as a trend-spotting mecca in one of the premier journals previewing books before their publication.

    Wednesday, January 14, 2015 - 7:00am
    JPainter
  • A new year & new tech classes

    A new year & new tech classes

    The spring series of technology classes begins next week with an introduction to Evernote on Monday, January 12th at 7 p.m. With many students starting college classes in mid-January, we know this class will be a popular one. If you're interested in keeping digitized notes (or pictures, recipes, links to vacation destinations and more) but don't know how to get started, this class is for you.

    Thursday, January 8, 2015 - 7:00am
    JHauge
    tech classes
  • These are a few of our 65 Things

    These are a few of our 65 Things

    In a town of lifelong learners, we have the perfect post-holiday free event on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 65 Things at 65 Witherspoon will offer you a chance to learn something new. Now, we're not talking about closed and exact differential forms in multivariable calculus or the influence of Gongora's "Soledades" on the poetry of the Latin American Vanguard. We're skewing toward the practical here.

    Tuesday, January 6, 2015 - 8:45pm
    TQuinn
  • Calling all poets

    Calling all poets

    The Princeton Public Library aims to be the community's living room—and maybe its refrigerator door as well? The library's Teen Advisory Board (TAB) is starting a new, monthly, literary publication, SPARK, that gives students in kindergarten through eighth grade an opportunity to showcase their original work.

    Tuesday, December 30, 2014 - 3:45pm
    HLee
  • Top 10 music CDs of 2014

    Top 10 music CDs of 2014

    The end of the year is fast approaching and the world is awash in "Best of 2014" lists. I'm sure you have seen plenty of lists for best books, music, movies, and TV shows by now. Please indulge me as I present another list for 2014: the most popular CDs of the year at the library. The ranking is based on the total number of circulations (a.k.a. check-outs) for the following titles. It's interesting to note that CDs remain very popular here despite all the newer ways people listen to music. Please also indulge me some brief editorial comments about the music on this list.

    Wednesday, December 24, 2014 - 7:00am
    ALevie
    CDs, music, Top 10
  • Tech help for the holidays

    Tech help for the holidays

    Are you giving or getting a new device this holiday season? Perhaps you already own a tablet, laptop or smartphone and haven't yet taken the plunge into the world of digital downloading. If accessing eLibrary content is foreign territory to you or your loved ones, never fear! The Princeton Public Library is here to help.

    Monday, December 22, 2014 - 4:15pm
    egardiner
  • Value at your fingertips

    Value at your fingertips

    Let’s face it, financial investing can be intimidating, confusing and complicated. Why not let the library make the process easier for you? Check out Value Line Investment Survey Online, now available to you from the comfort of your own home with a simple click of the mouse.

    Thursday, December 18, 2014 - 7:00am
    EBess
  • All we want for Christmas is this

    All we want for Christmas is this

    Standing in line under an umbrella with my daughter waiting for Santa, her nose met mine. People roamed the streets, giving out candy canes and small stuffed animals. No one gave her one. "I want to be shorter, again."

    Monday, December 8, 2014 - 3:53pm
    KFriberg
    books, holidays
  • Knit for others

    Knit for others

    Next time you are in the library, check out the clothesline at the Welcome Desk. The 5th annual Knit for Others program is well underway and a dedicated group of generous knitters has supplied us with a wide variety of knitted items for donation. We are always looking for more knitters so if you have time, please contribute an item or two.

    This year we are focusing on collecting hand knitted or crocheted items for our youngest neighbors who need warm and fuzzy winter wear. So far we have hat and mitten sets, child friendly scarves, sweaters, and even a few afghans.

    Thursday, December 4, 2014 - 4:00pm
    GStratton
    donation, knitting, winter
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