Month: December 2014

Ally loves her French musical books. #grandparentswinning

I’m in Florida. Best know my first meal is a Cuban one. (at La Septima Cafe)

Fresh strawberry shakes off the highway (at Brandon Farms Market)

To my knowledge and at the time of writing this, the world still lacks a biography of Fred Rogers. Think about that. Is anyone working on this?

Just opened up in Whittier yesterday. Picking up donuts for colleagues.

It’s important to remember that librarians not only provide access to information resources, but are often the people most equipped and able to teach students about the ethical, technical, and strategic approaches to information resources. Librarians have always done both, but the balance, with a pronounced weight toward the latter, has been shifting for some time now.

Clash in the Stacks, by Carl Straumsheim on Inside Higher Ed

Librarians get stabbed

The Librarians is not a great production, but it does allow me to hear the word “librarian” in interesting new ways.

It’s finals week at Whittier College. Giant cup of coffee is mandatory. (at Wardman Library – Whittier College)