This is my follow up post to my
TEDxFIU 2013 – Reimagine Possible post.
Some more pictures (in a slideshow) of TEDxFIU have been posted, for those interested. Also FIU’s Flicker has behind the scenes, and the event itself.
TEDxFIU was so insanely fun that I have to dedicate two posts to it! Consider this to be a more behind the scenes kind of deal, well…behind the scenes from my perspective. I’d like to share with you my adventure around the FIU campus as well as the cool stuff before and after the TEDxFIU event!
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So I opened my email, and my lovely Naty Cakes sent me a link to buzz feed that I feel I must take to heart. It is entitled,
“16 Libraries You Have To See Before You Die” and they look divine.
My new life goal is to visit every single one of these, and bask in their awesomeness.
Wiblingen Monastery Library in Ulm, Germany
Yale University Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library in New Haven, United States
Admont Abbey Library in Admont, Austria
Pontifical Lateran University Library in Rome, Italy
University of Coimbra General Library in Coimbra, Portugal
Johns Hopkins University George Peabody Library in Baltimore, United States [HOW DID I NOT KNOW ABOUT THIS ONE? SERIOUSLY, OMG, NEXT TIME IM IN MARYLAND ITS GOING DOWN]
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