Thanksgiving Turkey Tips

Posted on Friday, November 22, 2013 by SinatraFan

Are you interested in a different way to cook your Thanksgiving Turkey this year? If you are, you might be interested in listening to Jeff Potter's invierview on NPR's Science Friday Program that was broadcast today, 11/22/2013 To link to the NPR Science Friday Program click here. You can listen to the author describe his expereience cooking for Thanksgiving. You can also find his book . . . more »

Space Archaeology

Posted on Thursday, November 7, 2013 by SinatraFan

Archaeologist have worked for thousands of years, finding history on the surface of the earth. With advances in technology, archaeologists have new tools to find sites around the world. Using telescopes and images from NASA, humans can now do research from space. Below you will find links to stories that would give Indiana Jones tools to find new adventures. Here are several sources that talk . . . more »

Advanced Google Search Skills

Posted on Tuesday, November 5, 2013 by SinatraFan

Have you ever been lost on Google trying to find information? Do you want to refine your search results to be more specific based on location, reading level, or other options? If so follow these steps. 1. Go to Google and type in a search term. Click enter. Look below the search box and click on the grey box that says Search tools. 2. You . . . more »

Will Comet ISON Live Up To The Hype?

Posted on Tuesday, November 5, 2013 by LibraryAdministration

Hubble Space Telescope composite image of ISON On November 28th Comet ISON will get to within 730,000 miles above the surface of the sun where it will be scorched by extremely high temperatures. ISON should be visible to the unaided eye a few weeks before that, but will the