touchscreen glovesSix Best Touchscreen Gloves (Lifehacker)
Here are the six pair of touchscreen gloves you swiped right the most on, and now it’s time to find a winner. Hurry up, it’s freezing.

Overdrive: eBook Checkouts Up 33% (Library Journal)
Public and school libraries that are part of OverDrive’s global network circulated 137 million ebooks, digital audiobooks, and other digital media in 2014—a 33 percent increase compared with 2013, according to statistics released by the company.

New York City Backs Off School Cell Phone Bans… (Techdirt)
Fast forward nearly a decade and Mayor de Blasio — the first New York City Mayor in city history to have a child in public school while in office — has decided to do away with the ban. In what seems like a far more sensible and streamlined policy decision, it will now be up to individual schools to enact and enforce their own cell phone policies.

Reading Diversely FAQ, Part 1 (Book Riot)
It’s no secret that diversity in reading is an important value at Book Riot. We write about it so often, in fact, that we’ve noticed that the same questions come up again and again from our readers in the comment sections of those posts.

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