Even With Internet, Nate Coulter Sees Long Shelf Life for Libraries

Even With Internet, Nate Coulter Sees Long Shelf Life for Libraries
Nate Coulter, executive director of the Central Arkansas Library System

Nate Coulter was named executive director of the Central Arkansas Library System in December, replacing Bobby Roberts, who retired in March.
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The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced a pilot program earlier this month in which a group of military veterans aged 18-21, all of whom have to have heavy vehicle training, would be allowed to drive trucks across state lines in order to study their safety capabilities against a group of older drivers.
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The Story Behind Storytelling for Business (Jim Karrh On Marketing)

We are all hearing more about the power of storytelling when it comes to marketing our products, services, ideas and even ourselves. Now, research at the neurochemical level is revealing how stories affect activity in our brains.
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