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Call it refreshed perspective from the double-team of ACRL and a relaxing holiday in Florida, but I came back to find that library land seems to have gotten their knickers in a knot of late. If it wasn’t the New … Continue reading
Library-land has had more than its fair share of Internet bullying of late (see this and this) and I thought I had seen it all. I thought we had reached the darkest portions of the ugly underbelly of the … Continue reading
(N.B. – I’m going to get back to the gender and librarians series after the holiday weekend. Scholarly research and Bailey’s Irish Cream do not mix. Youth Services libs, I still welcome your comments!) Today is one of those days … Continue reading
…But words can and will hurt. Remember when you first heard that little sing-song as a kid? It’s actually “Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones, But Words Will Never Hurt Me?” It’s wrong. The Internet is the first proof … Continue reading
I spend my lunch hour (if I am eating at my desk) checking my RSS reader. Here are today’s links of interest: Show Me the Money? – Santa Monica College to Offer Two-Tier Course Pricing John Jackson* alerted me to this … Continue reading
The Very Public Goldman Sachs Resignation Letter One of my favorite quotes: I attend derivatives sales meetings where not one single minute is spent asking questions about how we can help clients. It’s purely about how we can make the … Continue reading