Contributors Michael Stephens

I grabbed this from LISNews (I think) days ago and forgot to post it: I work the reference desk and I know what it’s like when all of your terminals are full. I’ve seen arguments, scary situations and downright nastiness over access to the Internet. I’m all about access […]

Taming the Public Computer in Miami

This one rocks my world too: “Librarianship, as an industry, rewards competence with boredom and ?money rather than enjoyable tasks..” Follow

Soul Crushing Jobs

I blogged this before but it deserves a close re-read. Gordon gets it! She writes: “In order to keep up with constant change, our profession has the responsibility for integrating the contributions and perspectives of younger librarians into the field. The best way to start is by adopting their […]

Rachel Singer Gordon: NextGen Libs

CNN reports this am the Google announced yesterday a new Web mail service. I have taught Yahoo Mail for years at my library and on other training/consulting jobs. I’m interested to see how Google stacks up. I can already tell, I may switch. Why? The Google name – be […]

Google: Free Web Mail? Hooray! (Google has become a Portal)