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Serendipity: a case study

I was trying to write a joke about astronomy yesterday, and ended up researching the ethics of marketing to teenagers. In library science, this is called serendipity: the accidental discovery of useful information while you were searching for something else. Continue reading

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The New Wave of Wunderkammers: the ‘Inside Out’ exhibition at the Melbourne Museum

We went to the Inside Out exhibition at Melbourne Museum. It’s dreamlike and theatrical and slightly creepy. And I mean that as a compliment. Continue reading

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In the Library, with a Board Game

How should you shelve board games in your library? Continue reading

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Smaller, cheaper fan conventions

The No Award blog reports on some ideas to make fan conventions cheaper and more accessible. Continue reading

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Ideas worth stealing: PAX AUS

Ideas worth stealing from #paxaus2016 for #libraries Continue reading

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