I swear that’s not my photo. I don’t look like that. I didn’t try to upload a photo of me and I don’t plan to, either. Is Scott teasing me or is this a legitimate mistake? I suppose it’s someone’s secret fantasy that I have red hair and look that glamorous, but I really don’t. [...]
Archive for October 5th, 2004
says David Goldstein of a study about knowledge worker productivity. Bill Ives has notes about the study, which is where I saw it.
LIS News pointed to this item discussing Banned Books Week and the USA Patriot Act. Blake highlights some nice quotes from the article. My favorite is: “Somewhere these books have been banned from a library, but not here,” said Driftwood library director Sue Jenkins. “All of them are available to check out.” I still have [...]
How does Jessamyn get to be Feedster’s Feed of the Day twice? She has an idea that it’s a mistake based on capitalization. Some people might think it has to do with the risque links she’s been posting lately, (these are most definitely **not work-safe links**; follow with caution) like the one from Voyeurweb showing [...]
according to a study published by c’t magazine (pdf of the table of contents), a German technology magazine. sj writes more about the study and its results (linked above). The article itself, Wikipedia gegen Brockhaus und Encarta (Wikipedia versus Brockhaus and Encarta), does not appear to be available online in German or English.
The Medical Library Association designated October National Medical Librarians Month to celebrate health science information professionals. seen on librarian.net (How come special librarians only get a day?)
at least in terms of action figures, according to Jessamyn. I need to investigate this, but I can’t do it right now.
I wonder if Shimon Rura has seen Rojo yet. Based on Library Stuff’s writeup, it sounds a bit like it’s trying to do what Frassle does. I can’t look at it because not only does it not support the browser I’m using, but it is an invitation-only service.