People in the United States have attempted to form similar organizations, though the political structure of the U.S. is different.
The copyright handbook : how to protect & use written works by Stephen Fishman
The copyright book [electronic resource] : a practical guide by William S. Strong
The illustrated story of copyright by Edward Samuels
Copyright's highway : from Gutenberg to the celestial jukebox by Paul Goldstein
How to make patent drawings yourself : a "Patent it yourself" companion by Jack Lo and David Pressman
Protecting your ideas : the inventor's guide to patents by Joy L. Bryant
Code : and other laws of cyberspace by Lawrence Lessig
Database nation : the death of privacy in the 21st century by Simon Garfinkel
Griswold v. Connecticut : contraception and the right of privacy by Susan C. Wawrose
No place to hide by Robert O'Harrow, Jr
Privacy lost : how technology is endangering your privacy by David H. Holtzman ; foreword by Evan Bayh
Tactical transparency : how leaders can leverage social media to maximize value and build their brand by Shel Holtz, John C. Havens ; foreword by Lynne D. Johnson
Transparency : how leaders create a culture of candor by Warren Bennis, Daniel Goleman, James O'Toole ; with Patricia Ward Biederman
The writer's legal guide : an authors guild desk reference by Tad Crawford and Kay Murray
Spoiling for a fight : third-party politics in America by Micah L. Sifry
Mad as hell : how the Tea Party movement is fundamentally remaking our two-party system by Scott Rasmussen and Doug Schoen
Dear senator : a daughter's memoir by Essie Mae Washington-Williams and William Stadiem
NOTE: postings still must be authorized by library staff, so turn them over to the receptionist, who will see that they get to the appropriate staff member to be okayed and displayed.
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- You must be in third through twelfth grade
- If you are under 12, your parent must remain in the library
- You must bring the assignment, textbooks, calculators, and any other materials you need
- Monday from 6:00-8:00PM Canton Public Library by the Teen Reference Desk
- Tuesday from 6:00-8:00PM Canton Public Library by the Teen Reference Desk
- Wednesday from 6:00-8:00PM Plymouth District Library in the Teen Zone
- Thursday from 6:00-8:00PM Canton Public Library by the Teen Reference Desk
- Thursday from 6:00-8:00PM Plymouth District Library in the Teen Zone
Other ways to support Goodwill on September 25 include donating your e-waste (computer accessories) and gently used clothing or housewares at Thunderbowl from 8:00AM to Noon. The highest quality items collected will be sold at Goodwill's new Metro Detroit flagship retail store, scheduled to open this fall in Canton.
Individual tickets are available for $20 each. To purchase tickets online, please visit Goodwill Detroit Bowling for Jobs. Tickets can also be purchased at the door.
Sponsored by MLibrary and the African Studies Center
The city & the city by China Miéville
The windup girl by Paolo Bacigalupi
Update [11/15/2010]: A large selection of LEGOs will be available for creative play at the event courtesy of Bricks for Brains. Also be sure to bring blank CD-Rs if you're interested in Free and Open Source software provided by Metro Detroit Linux Users Group.On November 20 from 1:00-5:00PM, Canton Public Library will host some of the most creative hackers in the Metro Detroit Area. Our Community Room will be full of demonstrations and presentations of hacks ranging from robotics to web apps to personal productivity hacks to modded IKEA furniture to crafts.
If you or someone you know is a 'hacker' in a special field; if you have ingenious and/or unconventional workarounds and solutions, then consider doing a presentation or having a demo table at Hack Day. Time slots and planning discussion can be found at the Hack Day CantonWiki page.
This program has been discontinued
Library card users can now get special savings at local Canton businesses thanks to Check Out Canton, a partnership between the Canton Economic Development office and the Canton Public Library. Local businesses supply special offers that can be checked out with a library card, just like the Museum Adventure Pass program. Take a pass from the Check Out Canton rack and present it at our Checkout Desk. You'll be issued a voucher good for one week.
Offers include a buy one, get one free ticket from the Village Theater at Cherry Hill, savings on catering, carpet cleaning, veterinary care and more. To see the current offers and availability, search the online library catalog. One pass per library card per week, no holds on passes.
David Tennies is a Civil War Living Historian and reenactor. Unlike many reenactors, Mr. Tennies portrays a civilian role, as Michigan Senator Jacob M. Howard.
Meet Mr. Tennies and ask him your questions as part of our Living Books program. To learn more, drop by our Meet & Greet on Saturday, September 25, from 1:00-3:00PM.
- 10:00-11:30AM: Aspiring Author Workshop — Learn to tell your story, or share your message in this free workshop
- 1:00-5:00PM: Book Expo — More than 20 family-friendly authors sign and sell their works to raise funds for the Canton and Plymouth libraries
- 6:00-8:00PM: Poetry Slam — A family-friendly open mic venue to share your prose and poetry