After seeing an article in Reuters, a news library colleague posted the above link to The MisInformation Clearinghouse by The National Council for Research on Women to a discussion list. The report claims the U.S. government has distorted information on women and girls in order to forward their political agenda.
Archive for April, 2004
is when I can see how someone has used the information or material I’ve given him. It’s a very nice compliment to know someone found it useful. Addendum: hee Addendum 5/10: = ) This situation happened again to me recently. I just happened to see an article about a company where a former colleague had [...]
A few days ago, someone e-mailed me asking about some of the features on this blog, like the calendar, and how to do them in HTML. I’m answering onblog instead of via e-mail because I imagine some of you may have similar questions. A lot of the nifty features of this blog are macros in [...]
If you like reading or talking about books, you’ll probably enjoy reading my notes about Nancy Pearl’s talk and her book Book Lust. And, yes, she did talk about the action figure briefly at the end.
It was down for quite a while, so I was not able to blog here yesterday. It doesn’t look like I lost any posts from Monday. I appreciate your pateince with this server problem.
A blogger and I discussed how we handle addenda on our blogs because he wants a better way to do it. He often writes an addendum to a blog post as a comment on the initial post. In the system he uses, comments are handled as new blog posts and appear on the screen automatically, [...]
Jort Mentink posted “cleaned up” IRC transcripts of many BloggerCon sessions, including the Librarianesque Session. Thanks, Jort! And thanks, Sam, for typing the session so that those in IRC could follow the not-so-audible Webcast better. Sam did such an amazing job typing what was said in the room, the IRC log is basically a paraphrased [...]
Too bad I can’t read Dutch. Another blogger writing in a foreign language that seemed Germanic pointed to me a few days ago. I can’t find the link or remember who it was now. I think the jist of the post was something about librarians not knowing what blogs are. Addendum 4/29: Check out Jort’s [...]
I check up on Confessions of a Mad Librarian every now and then. I’m finally getting off my butt and adding your blog to my list.