Posted by LibeRaCe on January 12, 2017
At the moment it’s easier for us to share our interests, news and relevant information with you on Twitter and Scoopit.
You can find and contact the library @LlandrilloLib on Twitter.
You can find, comment and share library, esafety and digital footprint headlines at http://www.scoop.it/t/esafety-and-digital-citizenship
Our new online catalogue is now here but you can only include all the Grwp Llandrillo Menai campuses in your searches at the moment.
If you need us for anything we also have real live people at the end of the phone on
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Posted by LibeRaCe on November 30, 2009
While Twitter may have taken second place in Bing’s 10 most searched topics of 2009, we’ve now learned that it has become top dog in something far bigger: the entire English language.
The Global Language Monitor, which tracks language trends, has once again compiled and released its yearly list of the most popular words and phrases within the English language. In 2008, the #1 most popular word was “change” (referring to the mantra of the top name of 2008, Barack Obama). However, Obama has been supplanted this year by the 140 character sensation that is Twitter ().
Yes, Twitter may very well be the most popular word in the English language this year.
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