the future of libraries in the digital age
The library is going through changes... Not sure if its for the best... trying really hard to work with them, but there seems to be no cooperation... its becoming extremely difficult to trust even another supervisor's signature or initials on material that is declared "not on shelf", when the person in charge of that area is not even doing their job to double check the call slip.... tensions between the 2 areas are still pretty tense.... their childish mannerisms is affecting this public…Continue
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Every branch of art be it painting or sculpture, drama, music or whatever, is the
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Posted by Jeanne Munn Bracken
The title words by John Donne, written four centuries ago (I looked it up) have been in my mind lately. We mystery lovers deal with, wallow in, foster death in many ways--with humor, with tragedy, with a certain "he deserved it" hubris.
Real death, though, when it comes, is not usually humorous, is sometimes tragic, and is hardly ever deserved.
Real death has visited me lately. My 67-year-old brother-in-law died just before Christmas…Continue
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I've got a new blog: Collections 2.0: http://collections2point0.wordpress.com/
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