22 Dec - 3 Jan
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Davis Public Library - Internet/WirelessAccess to the internet via the computers in the Davis Public Library and/or our wireless access point is unrestricted, unmonitored, unencrypted and completely unsecured. Use at your own risk. We guarantee no technical support. The DPL makes no guarantees as to the availability of access, and bears no responsibility for the content of the internet. The DPL cannot be responsible for any damage or loss of data that may occur while using the computer or our internet access. This includes but is not limited to: hacking, viruses, identity theft, spyware, malware, crashing, Vogons, loss of data, offensive material, unpleasant photographs, etc.
Acceptable Use Policy
Restriction of a child's access to the internet is the sole responsibility of that child's parents or legal guardians. The Library is a public space owned by the town, and the rights of staff and other patrons must be respected.
DPL staff is authorized to terminate any user's session or to prohibit a user from subsequent sessions if they are given cause to believe the user has failed to comply with the Acceptable Use Policy. Users whose access has been terminated or prohibited may appeal the action to the Board of Trustees of the Library. By using the Davis Public Library's internet access and/or computers, you hereby agree to the following:
- I will not eat or drink at a computer station. I will be gentle to the equipment. I will share.
- I will obey all applicable federal, state and local laws. Period.
- I understand that computers are available on a first-come-first-serve basis. I will limit my usage to 30 minutes if other patrons are waiting for a computer.
- If I print anything out, I will pay ten (10) cents per black & white laser printed page.
- I understand that Library computers are public, and nothing I save to the hard drive is safe or guaranteed to still be there when I come back.
KEENE IS READING - 2009-10 – COD BY MARK KURLANSKY
Cod tells the story of “the fish that changed the world.” It tells of the long and complex history of the cod fishing, how it has spurred wars and revolutions and how the settlement of North America was driven by it. “Cod is a charming tour of history with all its economic forces laid bare and a fish story embellished with great gastronomic detail. It is also a tragic tale of environmental failure, of depleted fishing stocks where once the cod’s numbers were legendary. In this deceptively whimsical biography of a fish, Mark Kurlansky brings a thousand years of human civilization into captivating focus.”
Mark Kurlansky is the New York Times-bestselling and James A. Beard Award-winning author of many books, including The Food of a Younger Land; Cod: A Biography of the Fish That Changed the World; Salt: A World History; 1968: The Year That Rocked the World; The Big Oyster: History on the Half Shell; The Last Fish Tale: The Fate of the Atlantic and Survival in Gloucester, America’s Oldest Fishing Port and Most Original Town; and Nonviolence: The History of a Dangerous Idea, as well as the novel Boogaloo on 2nd Avenue. He is the winner of a Bon Appétit American Food and Entertaining Award for Food Writer of the Year, and the Glenfiddich Food and Drink Award for Food Book of the year, as well as a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize. He lives in New York City.
Books for all ages are available, in addition to audiobooks, VHS tapes, DVDs and musical cds. We have books on many different subjects and a good amount of fiction.
If there are any questions about the sale, contact Eileen Reddy at email@example.com or (603) 624-6550 ext. 319 (Reference Desk).