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AI flashcard, robot bosses, and a museum in your home.

Some freeform blogging. Some bits and pieces, mostly. I’m currently knee-deep in uni work and assignments. I used to roll my eyes at RMIT’s Information Management course being part of their School of Business, and the business subjects that were … Continue reading

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Emerging trends in academic libraries. By which I mean: puppies.

I’m back to my Masters degree in a couple of weeks, after taking a year off. I didn’t plan to take a year off. Actually, I was planning to finish my Masters last year. After a rocky year in 2019 … Continue reading

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RUNNING ZERO-PREP RPG SESSIONS

I haven’t updated this blog since February. And this post has nothing to do with libraries. 2020 was not a good year.  I spent most of it in lockdown because of the pandemic. I was separated from my partner for … Continue reading

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Roundup: Teenagers and YA articles

A roundup of articles I’ve read recently about teenagers and YA. Only loosely related to libraries. Continue reading

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Serendipity, synchronicity, and grief

Serendipity, synchronicity, and grief; a post only tangentially related to libraries and this week’s #GLAMBlogClub theme of ‘serendipity’ Continue reading

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Libraries I would like to visit

I’ve been meaning to start a list of libraries that I would like to visit. A blog post seems as good a place as any to make it. I’ll be revisiting and updating this post as I find new libraries, … Continue reading

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Onwards

I’ve been thinking about farewells a lot this past month. What does it mean to say good bye and move on? What does it look like? Continue reading

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Zines, libraries & privacy issues

Some interesting discussion about zines and contextual privacy: a zinemaker might be happy to share their full name in the context of a limited run zine, but less happy to have it on a publically searchable internet catalogue.

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The Library Nerding has begun…

The Library Nerding has begun… Continue reading

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“…the use of data as a shackle rather than a tool.”

The branch supervisor at the East Lake County Library in Florida has been suspended for creating a fake patron record and using that to check out books that are in danger of being culled for lack of use. Libraries weed … Continue reading

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