I admit I have an email problem

The article  "Is there Life After Email?  Yes, and it's Amazing."   states that most business email is sent to either "cover your ass" or to "show off".  I'm guilty of striving for excellence in both areas. In the CYA statement, the author says that "Email is broadcast to entire divisions simply to ensure no one... Continue Reading →

So where did all the bike stuff go?

In a previous post, I mentioned that I would likely start posting more about my cycling endeavors.   However, with some more reflection, and with some advice from other librarians, friends, cyclists, and bloggers, I've decided that I would go the two-blog route.     There are a number of cycling-specific blogs that I have... Continue Reading →

One blog to rule them all?

If   you're one of the 3 readers of this blog, you may have noticed that the content of this blog has shifted quite a bit over the past year.     When I wrote the "About" section of Library Voice three years ago, I said the following: My primary purpose for this blog is... Continue Reading →

Performancing is now ScribeFire

I was looking for some Firefox extensions this morning and noticed that Performancing has changed to ScribeFire.  "ScribeFire (previously Performancing for Firefox) is a full-featuredblog editor that integrates with your browser and lets you easily postto your blog. You can drag and drop formatted text from pages you arebrowsing, take notes, and post to your... Continue Reading →

Library Gaming Blogs

I've been doing a little reading on the impact of gaming on today's learners. In the process, I've stumbled across a couple of blogs that are about gaming and libraries. Game On: Games in Libraries "strives to keep librarians up to date on gaming with convenient one-stop shopping for all your gaming news and information."... Continue Reading →

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