Monthly Archives: March 2017

The Balancing Act

I found out tonight that an assignment I thought was due in two weeks is actually due in one. I feel like a real uni student now. Continue reading

Posted in ideas worth stealing, studying information management | Tagged , | Leave a comment

OCLC and speeding trains

Tonight I learnt about OCLC, and I think I want to work for them. Continue reading

Posted in library nerding | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Zines, libraries & privacy issues

Originally posted on libraryprivacyblog:
Zines are usually devoted to specialized and often unconventional subject matter. They are often a vehicle for radical voices. They could be a political zine, a feminist zine, an LGBT zine and so on. They are…

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Old Trams and Unexpected Libraries

One day, when I’m rich, I’d like to make a library in an old tram. Becoming rich isn’t the hard part – it’s buying an old tram. Continue reading

Image | Posted on by | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

What is a library, the 5 Laws of the Library, and being behind in my studies before I’ve even started…

It’s the first week of my Information Management degree. And I’ve been so sick I had to miss classes.
Continue reading

Posted in ideas worth stealing, library nerding | Tagged , | Leave a comment