As you know, the iPhone makes people do funny things. Like stay up all night to be in line to get one. And SOME people get there extra early so they can get the first one. Let me be a little specific here, I'm not talking about the first one sold at that store, or in that country. Because of their time zone, Australia was the first country to begin selling the iPhone 6. And this reporter interviewed the guy who was first in line, the guy who bought the very first one sold anywhere, ever. And then this happened:
You have to wonder, if he'd actually gotten some rest the night before, would he have been just a little quicker to react and maybe catch it. We'll never know. On the subject of damage to iPhones, here's a guy who decided to put his in a blender.
Let this be the first "official" blog post for the Wellesley High School Library, or Wilbury A. Crockett Library. Or WHSLibrary. Or "the library." or "That big room with all the books" ...
Aaaanyway, It's our goal to have at least ONE thing posted every school day, even if it's just a link, joke, or random thought. Hopefully we will at least amuse, if not inform, you. Speaking of informing, we'll also use this to keep people updated on library events and general goings-on, like clubs and meetings.
Most of you don't know this, but the library also has a facebook and twitter account and, in theory, this blog should auto-update facebook, which in turn should auto-update twitter. We tried for some sort of synergistic arrangement where all social media would update each other, but that created a feedback loop which threatened to destroy the universe. Naturally, this is against school policy (page 56 of your student handbook), so please learn from our example and avoid this sort of thing in the future.
At any rate, you're probably here because one of the library staff told you to check it out, so thank you for visiting. Please add/follow our facebook and twitter accounts to keep up to date on library current events. Odds are you're going to hear about this more than once, so we apologize in advance.