Library Blog

Bestsellers Coming Soon to Your Library

Our “Books on Order” list is normally posted on our bulletin board in the Library. We are now also posting it to our website. To find it go to our website, then click on the “Find a Book” link on the left side, then click on the “Bestsellers Coming Soon to Our Library” link. This link will have an update file after we place our monthly order.

Beading Class

 Location: Marshfield - Garst Memorial Library Meeting Room
 
The Garst Memorial Library is offering Introduction to Beading workshop on Saturdays,  April 13th and 20th  from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. in the meeting room.
 
Space is limited for this workshop so stop in at the front desk and sign up.  All materials will be provided. There is a non-refundable $10.00 materials fee due at registration. You must be age 18 or older to participate.  
 

Beginning Quiltmaking

The Webster County Library will offering a class in "Beginning Quiltmaking". Registration is required. Class size is limited to 8 people. Must be age 18 or older. No fee. Must attend first class to continue. First class is lecture only and supply list will be handed out in class.

Location: Marshfield - Garst Memorial Library Meeting Room

Class will be held on 8 consecutive Fridays – January 25, February 1, 8, 15, 22, March 1, 8, and 15. From 9:00 – Noon.

Contact: Sally at the Webster County Library, 468-3335.

Users of the My Reading History

The Webster County Library will move to a new automation system December 1st. You have until November 30th to copy or print your reading history. For privacy reasons your data will not move to our new system, nor can we view or save it for you. You are the only one with access to that data. You can use the Export Reading History feature from within the Reading History section of My Account. Click Brief Display, choose to Email to yourself OR choose Screen to view and print. If you have never turned on your reading history, this will not affect you.
 

eBook and eReader Info

eBooks are here and we are going to try and answer some of your questions below. As we learn and discover new information we will post it here on our blog. Expect an eAudiobook post tomorrow or Friday.

eBooks in General

eBook and eReader Help Session

The Webster County Library will be hosting informal help sessions to assist our patrons in making the most of their eReaders and our new eBook service. These informal session will be held in the Garst Memorial Library meeting room on 11 June from 1:30 till 3:30, and 14 June from 6:30 till 8:00. Bring your eReader and we will bring ours! For more information call the Webster County Library and ask for John, 417-468-3335.

 

eBooks and eAudiobooks Are Here!

Starting today the Webster County Library is proud to offer you best-selling and classic eAudiobooks and eBooks available 24/7. You can browse the collection, place holds, and check out using your library card. Then you can transfer the titles to your computer and many mobile devices.

This new service, powered by OverDrive, is free with your Webster County Library card.

Through the Missouri Library 2 Go Consortium, Webster County Library is pleased to offer downloadable ebooks and eAudio Books to our patrons.

eBooks are Coming Soon!

Beginning on June 6th the Webster County Library is proud to offer you best-selling and classic eAudiobooks and eBooks available 24/7.  You can browse the collection, place holds, and check out using your library card.  Then you can transfer the titles to your computer and many mobile devices.

This new service, powered by OverDrive, is free with your Webster County Library card. Don't forget that the service is not live yet, but June 6th is only a week away!

DNSChanger Malware - 9 July Deadline

On 9 July 2012 the FBI will turn off DSN servers that it has been running since seizing them from cyber criminals. In order to stop millions of people from immediately losing Internet connectivity, the FBI replaced the infected servers with clean servers and continued to operate them. They did this to give people time to clean their infected computers. If your computer is infected with the malware on 9 July you will not be able to connect to the Internet.

Facebook Malware

Security experts are warning of a new type of malware directed at Facebook users. The malware is written using legitimate software framework - Crossfire, primarily used to create cross-browser extensions.

From ComputerWorld: "Malware writers have used Crossrider, a cross-browser extension development framework, to build a click-fraud worm that spreads on Facebook, security researchers from antivirus firm Kaspersky Lab said on Monday.

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