Long poignant story about a librarian and others who do [and lose] their jobs while having attention deficit disorder.
By April, it was clear that the fight was over. [The librarian] was told that she had taken too much time with too little result preparing a display for Black History Month and too little time updating the library’s emergency and disaster manuals. She had introduced items in meetings that were not on the agenda. She had recommended the purchase of books without realizing that the library had already ordered them. She had recommended the purchase of electronic devices without first conferring with the electronic-services librarian. (”Your response when I questioned your recommendation was, ‘Whoops!”’)