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Come on baby, Don’t fear the (librarian)

I was just going to shut down this so-called blog, since I definitely failed at trying to blog once a week. (My last post was in January – ouch!) But something today has made me sad and frightened for today’s … Continue reading

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2012 Resolutions

As promised, I’m looking forward into 2012. My 2011 had many ups and downs, and now that I’m back on my feet (see previous post), I’m ready to immerse myself in the library world again. Without further ado, I bring … Continue reading

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I broke my leg -OR- Where I have been the past few months

I broke my leg. With the luck I had in 2011, I didn’t merely break my leg. I broke the crap out of it. A spiral fracture up my tibia, and my fibula was severed in two places. If you … Continue reading

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Reflections on attaining an online MLS

Two and a half years ago, I began my journey toward my Master of Science in Library Science degree. With no library experience under my belt, I was a bit nervous, but I was sure that this was the right … Continue reading

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4 Library Lessons I Learned in 2010

Justin the Librarian set off a recent spate of end-of-the-year, things-I’ve-learned-lists with his Eight Things I Learned about being a Librarian in Two Zero Ten. While I’m not a true librarian yet (only one more semester until I get my … Continue reading

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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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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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