Author Archives: Mr. Morrison

Library Link of the Day: Get Excited: The New York Public Library Is Launching Its First Permanent Exhibition

Courtesy of The Smithsonian: handwritten draft of George Washington’s farewell address, original sheet music composed by Mozart and a Sumerian cuneiform tablet dating to around 2300 B.C. are among the rotating trove of artifacts set to be featured in the … Continue reading

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Library Link of the Day: The Computer Scientist Who Wants to Put a Name to Every Face in Civil War Photographs

Courtesy of Smithsonian.com: With a camera in every pocket and facial recognition software built into our smartphones and social networks, it’s sometimes easy to forget that taking photos and identifying faces in them was not always so simple. Whether lost, … Continue reading

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Lacrosse News, PGHS Defenseman and Coach Foster Smith

Courtesy of Neil MacLaren: When our current Pacific Grove High School Lacrosse team members reflect on former players that earned the respect of their teammates on the Breaker Stadium Lacrosse field, PGHS Defenseman Foster Smith’s name typically comes up in … Continue reading

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Library Link of the Day: How China’s Space-Bound Solar Installation Will Beam Power Down to Earth

Courtesy of Inverse.com: Researchers in China are planning a solar farm in space, an ambitious project that could deliver energy at six times the intensity of installations on Earth. The project, which made the front page of China’s Science and Technology Dailylast … Continue reading

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PG wins fourth straight, Table of 2-hits for four please and Bonelli Channels Aerosmith “Walk-off This Way”

Courtesy of Brian “Woodie” Wood: PG hosted Alvarez Monday afternoon for two games. The Breakers Varsity clobbered the Eagles 10-4 behind 2-hits by four Breakers: Justin Heyn, Nathan Wood, Josh Mares, and Brenden Moore. Heyn continued his amazing hot streak, … Continue reading

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Library Link of the Day: This 3D-Printed Sushi is Customized For You Based on the Biological Sample You Send In

Courtesy of Mental Floss: Many high-end restaurants require guests to make a reservation before they dine. At Sushi Singularity in Tokyo, diners will be asked to send fecal samples to achieve the ideal experience. As designboom reports, the new sushi restaurant from Open … Continue reading

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Library Link of the Day: Adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census would cost some states their congressional seats

Courtesy of The Conversation: A partisan battle is brewing over the 2020 census. In March 2018, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross instructed the U.S. Census Bureau to add a new question to the 2020 questionnaire, asking respondents whether they were citizens … Continue reading

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Surging Super Sophs Send Watsonville home, 8-6, for Third Win in a Row

Courtesy of Brian “Woodie” Wood: Pacific Grove downed Watsonville 8-6 in a home game on Saturday afternoon. PG was led on offense by Sophomores Justin Heyn (3-3, a double, two singles, a walk, three runs scored and an RBI) and … Continue reading

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PG Bats come alive, Ebron, Mares, Heyn shine, as Varsity downs Alvarez 11-0

Courtesy of Brian “Woodie” Wood: Pacific Grove Varsity Baseball traveled to warm and sunny Salinas Friday afternoon, March 15, to take on the Alvarez Eagles. Led by starting pitcher Kevahn Ebron and the suddenly vibrant Breakers bats, PG trounced the … Continue reading

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Computer Science March Madness! 3/19

AP Computer Science is bringing back March Madness!  Fill out a bracket and turn it in to the library by Tuesday at 3:00 pm for a chance to win a $20 gift card to Michael’s Taqueria.   No late entries will … Continue reading

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