A customer writes: As a Librarian whose
life and way of reading has been changed forever by Book Darts, I wanted to give
something back. I decided to propose a Meetup Day for Book Darts Users around the
world, where they could share the ideas they have darted with others who also had
readings to share. Since the thing bringing us together is the way these passages
have effected us, the topic range at any meetup is as limitless as the books we
have darted. Meetup.com is a free way to organize local groups related to a common
topic. More about meetup.com can be found from the Book Darts Meetup page. I proposed
these international meetups as casual Saturday afternoons, and I hope youâ€˜ll join
me in celebrating Book Darts by meeting others locally whose lives have also been
touched by the way they help us read, remember, and now, share. There really is
nothing so powererful as an idea whose time has come. Now if we could only gather
them all, and share them, locally and globally...
-Heath Rezabek, Denver, CO
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