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In which I get to “do whatever workshop you want”

One of the other great things about the Rural Libraries Conference is that, in addition to giving a keynote presentation, I was also given a workshop slot to … basically do whatever I wanted. One of the things that I … Continue reading

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doing it right when everything is going wrong

Apologies in advance because this isn’t really about libraries as much as about conferencing. Maybe more of an etiquette post than anything. I skipped April. Not on purpose. I was supposed to go to TXLA and came down with a … 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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libraries in These Tough Times

So if you read the papers at all, you know that even though things are tough, people use libraries like crazy. That said, libraries are getting funding cuts, despite, in many cases, increased use. This sucks. One of the things … Continue reading

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UMich Library Photo and some reflection

I’m using the Library of Congress version of this photo of the reading room at the University of Michigan library (which has not made its way to Flickr yet) but I found this image via Shorpy. It’s a nice non-Flickr … Continue reading

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