“Now Everyone in the World Can See This”: Folklife and the Internet | Library of Congress It’s Never Too Late to Learn How to Swim | The New York Times John Palminteri | Santa Barbara Independent Beauty from Disarray | Harvard Magazine Eve Babitz and the Hollywood Library | Los Angeles Public Library Hustling toContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 1/17/2022”
The countdown is on — only 39 days until my graduate school career is over and I have to, you know, start a real career. These last few weeks have been very busy. Midterm season has come and gone, and I started a new part-time reference librarian job. It’s important to see how other operateContinue reading “November!”
(source click through) listening :: A lot of Mastodon in honor of Metal May and The Splendid Table (Which I have fond memories of listening to on my way to into the theatre on Sunday mornings last summer) watching :: Parks and Recreation – WHY DO YOU END THE SEASON LIKE THAT, and the libraryContinue reading “Hello, May”
I made my first music purchase suggestion at work (River City Extension) and the Reference Head was told by a patron that I was “very helpful”. We finally removed the circle of comfy chairs at the library that was in the blindspot of the desk. This is mordidly fascinating, and my co-worker has a bagContinue reading “It’s Friday”
Library School is going great.