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Friday I did another “Day in the Life” Twitter thread (start at this link) https://twitter.com/hedgielib/status/1552996873706913792) . I sporadically do these on meeting heavy days, because I think there’s something of interest to colleagues, new professionals following along, friends who aren’t sure what “academic librarian” means, and the other types of faculty who also might not […]
In The Truth, Sir Terry Pratchett wrote eloquently about canary (and other caged bird) breeding and how it allows people who may not have control in other ways in their lives to be in charge of something, to ensure something small and important. Through the voice of Sacharissa, he points out what is supposed to […]
This is sort of a compilation and reworking of a variety of Twitter threads generally on this topic — so if you were following along live, you’ve heard most of this story. When I was in high school I read Silhouette Romances by the stack. The Incredibly Patient Mother didn’t have very many restrictions on […]
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