Month: May 2015

And John marched around the walls seven times. On the seventh time he took the holy sledgehammer and brought down the walls of the bamboo city.

Curating my identity wall

From Indexed, Where we spending our time and money

Glad to see libraries made it into the mix. Also, I will now refer to my home collection as my “identity wall.”

When Elsevier attacks

From Scholarly Communications @ Duke:

“Elsevier seems to want to broaden its ongoing attack on repositories, shifting from a focus on just those campuses that have an open access policy to now inhibiting green self-archiving on all university campuses.  But they are doing so using a distinction that ultimately makes no sense.”

“Elsevier seems to want to broaden its ongoing attack on repositories, shifting from a focus on just those campuses that have an open access policy to now inhibiting green self-archiving on all university campuses. But they are doing so using a distinction that ultimately makes no sense.”

Source: A distinction without a difference, by Kevin Smith

Cotija, corn, lime juice, and cilantro. Awaiting avocado.

We’ve decided that this character will be voiced by Richard M. Nixon.

ACRL 2015 Battledecks

It took a while to get the slides to sync up with the video, but here it is. The video from ACRL 2015 Battledecks!

Aw, we’re in the program! (at Whittier College)

So far on this season of Orphan Black, my favorite character is the scorpion.

Wardman Library buttons: the Spring Finals 2015 edition (at Wardman Library)