I regularly get asked when I sleep, or how I “do it all”. I’m never really sure how to respond, I’m just me. I just go through my days, my routine and well do stuff. But I took a look around at some of the tools and shortcuts I use and thought I might do […]

My personally selected top ten from the links I shared on Twitter 4.10.2011 through 4.16.2011.  In no particular order: 1. Stop BREAKING THE BASIC RULES of presenting! « thewikiman another great presentation from Ned Potter, I think this one spent most of last week on the front page of Slidehsare.net. Stop Breaking The Basic Rules […]

Recently I was invited to be a contributing editor at Library Renewal* and I was delighted to accept (because I need more projects!)🙂  Seriously I think what is happening right now with access to electronic content is very important. Tonight I published my first post, simply the Interim Report released by The Presidential Task Force on […]

My personally selected top ten from the links I shared on Twitter 4.3.2011 through 4.9.2011.  In no particular order 1. nope its me too! RT @VenessaMiemis: reading about imposter syndrome…. and i thought it was just me I suspect lots of library folk suffer from this. The impostor syndrome, sometimes called impostor phenomenon or fraud syndrome, is a […]

Disclaimer: This post has NOTHING what-so-ever do with libraries. I can’t express how disgusted I am with the whole Charlie Sheen thing and that instead of helping that man people are encouraging him. I’m even more disgusted that people are willing to pay up to $350 to see him. Recently several of my friends retweeted this […]

Its been more than a year since Ned Potter got me thinking about the echo chamber in libraryland and more importantly the need to escape it.  I’ll admit that while I’ve thought about it and wrote about I haven’t made any extreme efforts. Oh sure I have had some successes (some through no effort on […]

Good Boss, Bad Boss: How to Be the Best… and Learn from the Worst this should come as no surprise to anyone, I’ve mentioned Robert Sutton’s first book The No Asshole Rule: Building a Civilized Workplace and Surviving One That Isn’t several times on this blog, including in There is No Excuse for Bullies at Work (or […]