I would send you a bouquet of newly sharpened pencils if I knew your name and address. On the other hand, this not knowing has its charms. – Tom Hanks in You’ve Got Mail Each year, as autumn approaches, I take on a feeling of youthful giddiness. I am apt to incorporate a spring to [...]
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I am concerned about the state of writing in this country. I am concerned that individuals no longer take the time to view the written word as a valuable and insightful means of communication. Text abbreviations, one liner emails and the generality that no one has the time to use greetings and salutations seems to [...]
December the 15th marks the conclusion of my studies for my MSLIS at Syracuse. I suppose that means that it’s time for me to think about my experiences there, and perhaps share a few of those experiences with you. A year and a half ago, I applied to several schools for my library degree (I [...]
Jason shared a post with me today about a recent study illustrating how complex the medical industry truly can be. Doctors work as consultants for large corporations, reps tempt doctors with meals and other incentives – it is quite the game.