This probably does not come as any surprise to you, reader, but I was never much one for playing sports in elementary or high school. My replacement (by choice) for these typical extracurricular activates was Boy Scouts.
Archive for August, 2010
Today marks the beginning of my final semester as an MSLIS student at Syracuse. It is frankly a bit odd to say that, but it is true. I will have been in graduate school for about a year and a half, much shorter (it seems) than many of my fellow classmates. I hope this semester [...]
I read this statement, part of a larger conversation with architecture students at Rice and Louis Kahn. Though he is discussing how to teach architecture, I think there are some great points that can be applied to librarianship as well. So, without further ado, here is the quote:
To follow up my recent post regarding The Dirty Dozen and The Clean 15, I have an excellent infographic for you, readers. The graphic below details seasonal availability for locally grown fruits and vegetables in six locations within the States. Granted, Texas is not listed. However, this graphic gives you a general idea of what [...]
As it does every Wednesday, my American Libraries email from the ALA arrived in my inbox. It’s pretty dense, but I usually glean about five articles from each email, and the best article from this week was this one, I think: