Monthly Archives: November 2010

A quick heartwarming note

Leaving work before the Thanksgiving break, something happened that made me keep a smile on my face all weekend, through the holiday madness and Black Friday shopping (which I particpated in for the first time this year). I work at … Continue reading

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Notes on relevance, struggles, and the library

The recent LA Times article, Libraries reinvent themselves as they struggle to remain relevant in the digital age, as well as Michael Gorman’s much-discussed comments – specifically, “If you want to have game rooms and pingpong tables and God knows … Continue reading

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Can’t we all just get along?

Here’s something else I’m over: the print vs. electronic debate. Are e-books going to kill print media? In the future, will we all be iPad or Kindle toting readers? In this Washington Post article, Gabrielle Miller says that we must … Continue reading

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I see the glass half full, or, a bit about me and this blog

I’m over it. Or, as I once quipped, I was never under it. I’m referring to the doom and gloom in the library world. Every day I see articles and blog posts about e-books making books obsolete, or how Google … Continue reading

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