“My love affair with used bookstores” by Ron Grossman in the Chicago Tribune Remembering Vera Rubin – the pioneering astrophysicist who confirmed the existence of dark matter passed away on Christmas day. Her life and contributions to the future of women in science are featured
Books Tell You Why offers some assistance with “Children’s Books: A Gift-Giving Guide.” This handy list includes suggestions for infants, children, teachers, and adults. If you know a bookish someone on your list, but you don’t want to presume to know what book they might
In response to the recent tragedy in Charleston and subsequent (and just) calls to remove the confederate flag from public buildings and monuments, Google last week announced it was jumping on the growing bandwagon of corporations that are pulling merchandise featuring the confederate flag from
As some of you may remember, Biblio cut its teeth as a metasearch named SearchBiblio in the early oughts. Unfortunately, when we launched Biblio.com in 2003, it demanded all of our attention and so the meta search was shuttered. Until now.
Disclaimer: This post is about cookies, not books. In fact, cookies and books do not go together – as anyone with children can attest, they tend to leave nasty little oil stains on the pages and crumbs in the gutter. (now it’s at least vaguely book
It’s over. We’ll be starting our firesale this afternoon. How can we possibly compete with this?
I’m consistently amazed at the amount of e-mail we receive from legitimate B2B vendors who have not even bothered to do the slightest modicum of research before sending their sales pitches. Sometimes, I can’t help but hit back with a little acerbic humor. Today I
The hard-working BiblioWorks team (Matt & Co!) working in Bolivia recently coordinated Sucre’s first ever book fair with the help of a number of volunteers. You can also read more from the point of view of one of the volunteers who was instrumental to pulling
A very sad, but moving tale in yesterday’s Boston Globe, about the trials and tribulations of Boston Square’s “homeless bookseller”. Fully appreciate the quote at the end of the article: I come by here every day, and it (the bookstall) redeems my visit to a