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  2. sexshooter:

    healthscireflib:

    FOREVER RELEVANT TO MY INTERESTS

    super disappointed that this isn’t on there

    ooooooohhhhhhhhhh I learned a new thing today

     

  3. FOREVER RELEVANT TO MY INTERESTS

     
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  5. Put together a library instruction toolbox tumblr for our Learning Commons. Heck yes.

     
  6. Have any of you used this tool? It looks really helpful.

     
     

  7. Stumbled on this on the ili-l listserv (#infolit types, are you subscribed? It’s a good one!). Enjoy this copyright webinar for you crazy tumblarians.

     

  8. healthscireflib:

    Kentucky librarians, if you’re planning on attending the fall conference, you are in for a treat!

    The one and only thepinakes is officially going to be there to talk about the new ACRL information literacy framework! What a delight!

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    He’ll be sponsored by the Academic Library Section, and will be speaking Thursday, Sept. 18th, at 11:00 a.m.

    Come shower him with thoughtful questions and dialogue!

    ICYMI, thepinakes is coming to KY in September! Will he or won’t he wear a fedora???

     

  9. THIS CONCLUDES DEEP CUTS WITH JULIE.

     
  10. Heard the Yardbird’s b-side “A Certain Girl” this morning, did some Googling, and went down a huge internet rabbit hole. Turns out, it was written by Alan Toussaint, sung by Ernie K Doe, then done more notably by the Yardbirds and later by Warren Zevon. All of this is really to say, THE INTERNET HAS BLESSED ME TODAY with this cover of “A Certain Girl” by our fella, ca 1991, in Tin Machine.

     
     

  11. DOG-EARED PAGES

     

  12. Cranky. Suffering from dental-work-itis. 

    Everyone: if you get dental work, just go home. Don’t try to work. Just don’t.

     

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  14. missrumphiusproject:

    library-lessons:

    -via The Literacy Site

    Ugh. Every time I see this quote it pisses me off. Public libraries do outnumber Starbucks. And McDonalds.

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    Spread the word!

    Oops, my bad.

     
  15. library-lessons:

    -via The Literacy Site