Last night, from 6pm to 7pm, I gave a talk with a group of 60 librarians at the State Library of Victoria, Australia. It was 9am today for them… so as I was nearing the end of my day, sitting in front of my Mac with my boys on the […]
Sometimes it’s good to return to an article/blog post/presentation and see how it stacks up after some time has passed. For example, I just found a print of this from a 2001 LJ: http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA71785.html Roy Tennant writes in April 2001 about building agile organizations and suggests three key factors to […]
Here’s the page of all photos tagged happybirthdayjess: http://www.flickr.com/photos/tags/happybirthdayjess/
I use the Traverse Area District Library a lot when I’m Up North. Yesterday was one such time where everything was so smooth, so perfect as a library experience, I need to write about it. I had to print some documents to overnight to Texas for my research project, so […]
My heart aches today for everyone in the southland but particularly for librarians and libraries in those states affected by the hurricane. I hope we can come together and help in anyway possible as the clean up and healing begins. I just emailed a colleague down in Terrebonne Parish to […]
Thoughts and prayers to the folks in the Southland.
http://www.ecarrie.com/gallery/Baby http://openstacks.net/os/archives/000849.html Congrats to both families from TTW!
Anyone who reads TTW..please make room in your aggregator for FGL… http://feelgoodlibrarian.typepad.com/feelgood_librarian/2005/08/what_books_do.html We need to remember why we do what we do folks… just saying…
http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/article/CA630776.html School Library Journal has a new editor. Brian Kenney, Library Journal’s executive editor, technology & web, has been promoted to editor-in-chief of School Library Journal, effective August 1. He succeeds Evan St. Lifer, who left in June to join Scholastic Library Publishing as VP and general manager. I have […]