Category Archives: Feminism

Leaning In Without Falling Out of Your Seat

I just finished Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In – a fascinating work.  While most of her arguments and anecdotes were not new information to me (have heard and read them elsewhere), two particular passages from the book struck me: From page … Continue reading

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Who Rule The World? Girls–A Look at the Scholarly Literature on Gender and Librarianship (Part 1)

Today (1 March) is the first day of Women’s History Month. Earlier this week, the United States public television network PBS aired MAKERS: Women Who Make America, a 3 hour documentary on the past 50 years of feminism that is … Continue reading

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Drupal Camp CT

After a two week hiatus for the Olympics (because swimming, track and other sports one can only see ever four years trumps librarianship, at least in my world), I’m back to the blog (as well as a normal sleep schedule) and … Continue reading

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Be a #MakerGirl

I love DIY.  I loved CRAFT Magazine when it was still published in print, (RIP print issues but I do love your blog) and I love MAKE Magazine since it incorporates some of CRAFT’s ideas alongside electronics and technology. A … Continue reading

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