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a few unrelated talks & travel

The interesting thing, to me about being known as an “influential librarian” is that sometimes when life gets busy people still know you as a blogger even if you’re not doing much blogging. I’m in the process of selling my … Continue reading

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an ebook is not a book, discuss?

I had a busy week. It wrapped up in the lovely state of Maine where I got to talk about the digital divide and ebooks to a bunch of Maine librarians. The digital divide talk is probably one you’ve seen … Continue reading

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backlists and frontlists

Hello faithful RSS readers and anyone else who is sort of curious what’s been going on. I’ve been feeling like I’ve been getting my brain back this Summer and I appreciate your patience with what has been a trying set … Continue reading

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links to things that you will like

http://www.flickr.com/photos/auntie/ / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 A few open tabs that I think may interest librarian.net readers. Ask MetaFilter: Proposing to a book lover. Ideas? Books mentioned in other books, a nifty article in the NYTimes Unusual Books and Book Sculptures … Continue reading

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how is a library like Las Vegas?

Maine Today: “A visit to a public library should be like a trip to Las Vegas — what happens there should stay there.”

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