Monthly Archives: February 2009

I needed some inspiration today…

And thanks to my friend, James Ascher, an amazing librarian, I found this blog post I’d overlooked last week, Virtual Dave’s “Bullet Point: “We live in Shakespearian Times.” Dave discusses the challenges we face in the field and ponders how he (and anyone) can stay optimistic. He writes, As I go around the country I […]

What I’m finding as an Information Professional

I’ve been working on the portfolio project for the end of my MLS program and it’s gotten me thinking. Yes, this is stuff I think about anyway, but it’s given me occasion to pause and reflect. The library field is weird. No, really. I mean it. It’s a field where some MLS programs think they […]