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I use this platform to share things that are of interest to me or things I'll want to reference later. Occasionally other people like these posts, hence "Shared Interests".
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Tag Archives: modoc_hall
BookCrossing user KimKerry sent a box of books for the OBCZ at Modoc Hall. Thank you!Continue reading
Java City may be leaving Modoc Hall in June 2006. Will this mean the end of the OBCZ?Continue reading
Chyresse Lowther from KCRA may be doing an interview about BookCrossing. Presumably this would take place at the Java City/Modoc Hall OBCZ. I’d like to get the bookshelf well-stocked before it happens, so if you’re in the area and have … Continue reading
I was just over at Java City in Modoc Hall, home of our official BookCrossing zone here at Modoc Hall. The top shelf is full to overflowing with BC books! Come by, get a cuppa and enjoy a new book … Continue reading
siriradha is sending a box of books to the Modoc Hall/Java City OBCZ. Thanks, siriradha! These are being sent fourth class (media mail) from Colorado on Wednesday, 2005-08-31, so they might show up almost any time in September. (Media mail … Continue reading
Back in October of 2004, Alicebird and I set up an OBCZ in the coffee shop on the ground floor of our building. Things were pretty hectic, and I somehow managed to forget the email address I had associated with … Continue reading