Blasts from the past OR celebrate what people love

This morning cnn.com ran a story about the 25th anniversary of the Commodore 64. More interesting than the anniversary, to me, is the information shared about all the people who still love this early model of personal computer. So much so that one fan has created C64.com, a Web site dedicated to preserving the games, demos, pictures, magazines and memories of the Commodore 64.
People love and care for the things that have meaning in their lives. The Public Library can reflect this. Don’t know where to start? Find out what your very own staff loves or is so dedicated to that they could or already have a web site or blog all about it. Our staff also reflects the heartbeat of what is going on in the larger community. Give them a voice and and outlet for what they love–and they’ll love you for it.

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