Archive for October, 2008

Maybe we need an lPhone?

Friday, October 31st, 2008

I saw this ad last night for Google’s new phone, the G1: For half a second I had the faint glimmer of hope that this was a slick new get-the-word-out campaign for libraries, akin to the great ad push that Boston Public is doing. Alas, it was for the gPhone. I for one welcome our […]

You know you’re out there…

Friday, October 31st, 2008

My sister sent me this ad she spotted on Craigslist: LOOKING FOR LIBRARIANS WHO HATE TO READ We are an independant production company looking to interview librarians specifically those who don’t like to read. We would like to hear your story and see if it would be worthwhile to use you in our upcoming project. […]

The Conference Croup Strikes Again

Saturday, October 18th, 2008

Here we are, on day 2 of LITA. It appears that someone has encased my head in invisible cotton balls, as everything – and you can list your favorite senses here – just has that haze to it. I’m sure it’s nothing more than a head cold, but you probably don’t want me anywhere near […]

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