Netflix for books? But I don’t want to pay if I can use the library for FREE! Is anyone out there using this? The thing with using Netflix for movies is that it takes far less time to watch a movie than to read a book so you get more bang for your buck. You better be able to read a lot of books in a month to make Oysterbooks.com worth the $9.95 a month.
I thought I couldn’t love Google Docs more but EasyBib has proven me wrong.
I paid a visit to a therapist because I was in need of new stress management techniques. The doctor prescribed me BIBLIOTHERAPY. For real.
See, books cure all.
Master and access copies of thanks to @herodotusjr, @kellyannewithe, and @krispymerryman for their assistance!
A humorous but accurate reminder to think digitization projects all the way through. Especially the part about having somewhere to put your digitized products. Because digitization alone isn’t access!
An ACRL (Association of College & Research Libraries) task force has been updating the fourteen-year-old Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education. They have released the first draft for comment.
I just did a search for “working woman” on a popular stock photography site, and got photos of women in pantsuits wielding brick-sized cellphones, photos of women pouting sexily while adjusting their glasses, and not much else.
"You can’t be what you can’t see. In an age where media are all around us, it is critical that images provide examples that both women and men can emulate." - Sheryl Sandberg
Sheryl Sandberg, you’re my hero.