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New PS3 Games for June 2009

NBA 2k9

Street Fighter IV

F.E.A.R. Project Origin

HAWX (Tom Clancy)

50 Cent Blood on the Sand

Trivial Pursuit

Legends of Wrestlemania

The Godfather II

PES 2009 Pro Evolution Soccer

Wheelman

Gundam 2 (Dynasty Warriors)

Lego Batman: The Video Game

NBA Live 09

Bionic Commando

New XBox 360 Games for July 2009

F.E.A.R. 2           

Street Fighter IV

Major League Baseball IV

Hawx Tom Clancy 

Stoked 

Race Pro

Resident Evil 5

Halo Wars

Legends of Wrestlemania

Sing it High School Musical 3 Senior Year

The Godfather II

Pop Cap Arcade Vol. 2

PES 2009

Hannah Montana the Movie

Trivial Pursuit

Gundam 2 ( Dynasty Warriors)

NBA Live 09

Bionic Commando 

New Audiobooks for April 2009

Fiction

BCD Archer - Paths of Glory
by Jeffrey Archer. Read by Roger Allam. 9 discs. 11 hours. .

BCD Baker - Little Giant of Aberdeen County
by Tiffany Baker. Read by Carrington MacDuffie. 10 discs. 12 hours.

BCD Beckett - Genesis
Read by Becky Wright. 4 discs. 3+ hours.

BCD Boyle - The Women
by T.C. Boyle. Read by Grover Gardner.15 discs. 17+ hours.

BCD Brockmann The Kissing Game
by Suzanne Brockmann. Read by Donna Rawlins. 5 discs. 5+ hours.

BCD Brown Half a Heart

New Mystery Books for July 2009

Embrace the Grim Reaper by Judy Clemens
Fate of Katherine Carr by Thomas H. Cook
Cold Light of Mourning by Elizabeth J. Duncan
Patterns in the Sand by Sally Goldenbaum
To Hell in a Handbasket by Beth Groundwater
Dead Man’s Puzzle by Parnell Hall
The Case of the Missing Servant by Tarquin Hall
Revenge by Hugh Holton
Stolen Voice by Pat McIntosh
My Soul to Take by Yrsa Sigurdardottir
Murder on Waverly Place by Victoria Thompson
Ignorance of Blood by Robert Wilson
Cold Hand of Malice by Frank Smith

New Speculative Fiction for July 2009

In Science Fiction:

Santa Olivia by Jacqueline Carey SF, CB, R
Conspirator by C. J. Cherryh (10, Foreigner) SF

July 2009 New Romance

In paperback:

Ashes of Midnight by Lara Adrian (6, Midnight Breed) C, S
Man of Fate by Rochelle Al

E-Book Downloads

A friend recently asked me, “Why libraries don’t provide eBooks for me to download”.  My response was simply that Libraries have been providing downloadable eBooks since the early 90s and that they really didn’t get used as much as expected other than with Teens.  The most popular downloads in my experience were Cliff Notes and books on computers.  Then he asked, “yeah but I want to

Past Posts

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First Copyrighted Motion Picture

The Library of Congress recently posted the first copyrighted motion picture. Take a look at Edison sneezeing:

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