Archive for June, 2008

Knowing your Purpose

Friday, June 20th, 2008

While leafing through the January/February 2006 issue of Cook’s Illustrated, I came across what might be my favorite descriptive caption evar: Which is perfect, assuming you’re either Andy Warhol or a Campbell’s Kid. Can we apply this to our line of work? I think so: Of course, the real task is helping people realize just […]

Photos from Game Night

Thursday, June 19th, 2008

IGotGame-GH001 Originally uploaded by Skokie Public Library My coworker at UtopianLibrary posted her photos from last week’s game night. Head over to Flickr to see the full photoset from MPOW. I’m particularly fond of this video, where I caught another coworker caught up in the fun.

Even-Numbered Summers = Infinite Jest

Wednesday, June 18th, 2008

Continuing the pattern of the past few years, I’m going to spend much of the summer reading David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest. I’ll be joined in this madness by several of my blogger friends. It should be a lot of fun. And you’re all invited to join us! Whether you’ve read the book before, of […]

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