Crowdsourcing a post

Crowd at the Royal Adelaide Show from State Library of South Australia via flickr CC

Once upon a time there was a librarian participating in #blogjune who had run out of ideas by the 21st day. A quick lunchtime mention of this on twitter resulted in no less than 6 responses, all different. The librarian is happy now because this will take her through to the 28th day without having to think too hard.

Thank you, PLN

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