Inspired by Justin Hoenke’s great post I decided to make my own list of libraryland/professional things I learned in 2010. 1. Not everyone is going to like you This was probably the most important and the hardest lesson I learned. I was having a conversation with a friend in April when he said these words to […]

My personally selected top ten from the links I shared on Twitter 12/3/2010 through 12/9/2010.  In no particular order: 1.Everything you need to know about technology to work in libraries via @theREALwikiman – another great informational from Ned Potter about what it really means to be a librarian, including another example of his awesome Prezi […]

Love this video, despite the fact I don’t believe in the Digital Natives myth. The summer 2010 class of interns at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society took on a huge assignment: pick a chapter from Urs Gasser and John Palfrey’s book, Born Digital, and make a short video inspired by that chapter. This […]

I’m thrilled to be on the list of librarians nominated in the Best Librarian/Library category, its an honor just to be included among such great company.  Voting is open until December 14th. For those of you visiting for the first time – Welcome! I write about a wide variety of topics related to 21st century […]

Yesterday I received this email through my Facebook contact form. I thought I’d post a response publicly so others can see it and to tap the wisdom of the web, What do you think, is she crazy to want to work in libraries? I follow you on twitter and really enjoy all the information that […]

I stole this idea from the Ten Facebook Pages Every Techie Should Follow to create a list for Libraries and Transliteracy, now I’m using it here for a general list for all librarians. Let’s get the shameless self-promotion out of the way! Librarian by Day – the official page for me & this blog. Sure  you can […]

My first memory of interacting with Ned Potter is when he emailed me about the Library Day in the Life style for a new project called Library Routes.  We quickly connected via Twitter and occasionally email, and Ned soon became one of my favorite UK Librarians.  (In fact if you click on the link to […]


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