How to use Google Maps to find a new library in Boulder

Google has introduced a new feature that lets you search for new libraries in your area by city name.

The new feature is called “library search” and is designed to help people find new libraries, according to the company’s website.

“When you search through a map, the first search result you get will tell you whether the location in question has a library, as well as a map that shows where the library is located,” the site reads.

“In some locations, you’ll see a list of libraries, but not all of them, and if you search that list of locations, Google will provide you with a list with additional information.”

The new feature has been tested in Boulder, according the company, but will be rolled out to other cities in the coming days.

You can see the full Google Maps search functionality in action below:The company also announced plans to open a new Boulder library on the west side of the city.

“We’re excited to be able to bring Boulder’s library search feature to other places,” Google said in a statement.

“Our vision for the new library is to offer libraries in Boulder more than the traditional library experience, where you go to the library and find out what’s happening there.

This means having a wide variety of resources to choose from, as we’ve been able to open libraries in cities like New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Denver, Portland, Seattle, and more.”

For now, Google is only offering the library search functionality to Boulder, which is located about 20 miles northwest of Denver.

Seattle Public Library to launch a Facebook ad campaign in support of LGBT students

The Seattle Public Libraries (SPL) is planning to begin using a new tool to target LGBT students, The Seattle Times reports.

The tool, called SPL’s First Responder, will feature posts by members of the public to help LGBTQ people navigate the school’s LGBTQ resource center and other resources, such as the library’s library card and the school resource center.

The SPL is launching a “First Responder” campaign on Facebook.

The campaign will focus on educating students about the LGBTQ community and other LGBTQ-specific resources, including resources on the National LGBTQ Task Force.

“We’ve always had a very open-minded community here, and we’re very happy to be able to engage them in that process,” SPL Director of Diversity and Inclusion Melissa T. Geddes told the Times.

The first responders will be selected through a “competitive, merit-based process.”

The first Responder will focus primarily on LGBTQ-related resources in the LGBTQ Resource Center and on the Seattle Public Schools LGBT Resource Center.

The Seattle Free Press reported earlier this month that SPL has been working with Seattle Public School students to create a “QQ-safe” resource guide.

SPL previously partnered with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights to help implement a transgender-inclusive curriculum for students in elementary schools in New York.

The guide, which was developed by the SPL, aims to help schools and communities make better decisions about LGBTQ students.

“As the nation’s most progressive public school district, we need to work together to help protect the safety and security of all our students, our LGBTQ students, and all of our LGBTQ communities,” SPI Director of Programs and Services Lisa K. Hockley told the newspaper.

“That includes making sure our schools have safe and welcoming spaces for our LGBTQ and gender-nonconforming students.”

The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported that the SPLC has received several requests from other local libraries to add LGBTQ resources to their websites.