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Thursday, December 26, 2013

Facebook: San Francisco Library Wants You to 'Like' It

Posted By on Thu, Dec 26, 2013 at 8:59 AM

click to enlarge Big ups for literacy!
  • Big ups for literacy!

Neatly pivoting from the Christmas Season to the season yet to come, the San Francisco Public Library is asking visitors to its website to make it their New Year's resolution to "like" the library on Facebook.

One of the side benefits of the Internet is that it has vastly streamlined the notion of "it was the least I could do." Liking the library on Facebook is, really, the least you can do. So, by all means, "like" the library on Facebook.

The library is currently hovering at around 12,000 "likes." That feels like about one for every copy of Zeitoun.

So, again, "like " the library if you "like" things like literacy and knowledge and public, equal access to both. But don't stop there. Give the thumbs-up to all the following:







Happy liking.


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Joe Eskenazi

Joe Eskenazi

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Joe Eskenazi was born in San Francisco, raised in the Bay Area, and attended U.C. Berkeley. He never left. "Your humble narrator" was a staff writer and columnist for SF Weekly from 2007 to 2015. He resides in the Excelsior with his wife, 4.3 miles from his birthplace and 5,474 from hers.

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