Have you devised a product to make the world a better place while making you a lot of money? If so, let us help you find the best resources to assist you in your journey to fame and fortune.
Conducting a thorough patent search is not easy, especially if you're a novice. Luckily, the Denver Public Library is a Patent and Trademark Depository Library, meaning that we have a core collection of helpful materials including books, microfilm, and access to Pubwest, a web-based search tool. If your invention is only an idea, you'll want to start with the U.S.
I never think I may have lost my mojo until someone brings up the idea of mojo (that magic spell or essence that makes people attractive to each other). Once the subject comes up, I feel my posittraction levels start to plummet. But what can be had and lost can also be recaptured.
As a teenager, I went to a private school which did not provide hot meals most days.
I remember the regular scramble to pack 5 sack lunches – 4 for children (me and my siblings) and 1 for my mother. If you find yourself in the same situation, hopefully one of the books below will slightly ease the school lunch scramble.
Clear eyes. Full Hearts. Can't Lose. In the first episode of the critcally acclaimed series, Friday Night Lights, this mantra pulls you into a world that feels all too familiar, but holds your breath barely and steadily because this world is all too magical.
How often are you enamoured by a television series's cinematography? How often is your gut clenched just waiting for the next visceral image? I would assume this is a rare occurrence. What is even more surprising is this was not an HBO, Showtime, or AMC series. Friday Night Lights barely made it through its five seasons due to low ratings, though it possessed extreme critical acclaim. It has heart and it can be appreciated by any group:
NPR asked their audience to nominate titles and series for a Top 100 list of Science Fiction and Fantasy. They were sent almost 5,000 nominations! They have narrowed down the list to a few hundred and need your help to find the 100 most popular titles. The results will be published on August 11.
Are you a parent attempting to get your children ready to go back to school?
Children and teens may have spent hours reading to earn prizes through the Summer of Reading Program, but what do they need to know to be ready for math or science or any other subject? We have two series of books which can assist parents in knowing what their children need to know. Amy James has written Kindergarten Success through Fourth Grade Success.
Fresh City Life My Branch is proud to host 2 Colorado authors in the next 2 weeks! Please join us for these events!
This Wednesday, August 3 at 6:30 p.m. at the Cherry Creek Branch, Sue Frederick will be discussing her book I See Your Dream Job. Ms. Frederick is a career intuitive and will help you tap into your powerful intuition see the mission you came to accomplish, and move forward fearlessly--even when reinvention is required. During her presentation, Ms.
Hungry for some picnic food? Or just for some information? Either way, Fresh City Life My Branch has you covered this week!
Start your week by dreaming of the picnic you'll have on your next day off! Enjoy the great Colorado outdoors (if it ever cools off!) with these creative recipes for your picnics or hikes that will have you forgetting that you ever settled for sandwiches and chips! Recipes and samples included! Picnic Foods, Tuesday, August 2 at 6:30 p.m. at the Smiley Branch.
They say you can never go back, but I guess you can reboot. Two of my favorite childhood TV shows return to the big and small screens this summer. In addition to The Smurfs film, Cartoon Network has relaunched ThunderCats! While the beloved Rankin & Bass animation has changed, many improvements have been made to the storyline and plot.
I must admit, I tried re-watching the original series a few years ago and was shocked that I could ever have enjoyed such a melodramatic, strange series. I thought that even as a child, my preferences were witty and urbane, emotionally complex, even. Re-watching the original series left me feeling old, disillusioned, and newly aware of just how golden memories of times gone by can really be. The updated series, based on the pilot alone, is a significant improvement and was delightful to watch.