It’s Friday, I have to work this weekend, so let’s have a little fun. I saw the Read posters popping up all over yesterday, so this morning I grabbed some of my favorite books and got a coworker to snap a photo. Some of the other staff are making their own too, you’ll be able […]

I know I could be busier but right now it’s hard to imagine how. :) Between the regular duties of my work week (including working this weekend) I’m putting finishing touches on the 4 day workshop on Web 2.0 that I’ll be teaching next week. Four days is a long time to talk, even for […]

Thank you to Brenda, Josh, Erin, Scott, Sharon, Heather, Kate, David and everyone else who welcomed me and, even more important, did not point and laugh when I confessed my clothes closet is organized by a serious system including color, sleeve length, style and whether it was a “work” item.  :)   I saw a lot of great […]

It’s no secret that I love the In Plain English videos, so I’m sharing the newest one, even though this is a bit off topic.  Rg]

Last week as I was writing for the Day in the Life Project I got an email from Shannon asking for professional advice, since I’m not a School Librarian, I feel ill equipped to give it.  Instead I suggested that I post the questions on my blog for other librarians to answer.  I know we’re a really […]

One of the first things we started when I came to MRRL was create online Reader’s Advisory lists for patrons.  We’ve used a couple of different services for this in the last 3 years, but they cost money and were controlled by outside vendors.  Earlier this year I was looking for funding to be able to add some new […]

As of writing this (10:30 am central time 7/19/08 ) there are over 30 people signed up on the wiki (thank you again Lori for having the smarts to make one!) I hope this can be an ongoing project with new people continuing to sign up and maybe people who participated now can do it […]


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