Monthly Archives: October 2010

Librarians: Should we be popular or right?

Here’s the question posted in the discussion forum for one of my classes: Should the job of a reference librarian in assisting patrons be to “Serve Their Needs, Not Their Wants?”  In other words, if you couldn’t be both, what … Continue reading

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Collaborative Mindset

I’m a little too lazy to link back to my previous post based on the “Five Minds of a Manager” by Jonathan Gosling and Henry Mintzberg. Just look for it, yourself, if you feel the desire. As a part of … Continue reading

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Brainstorming a paper topic

For one of my library classes, I have to write a large paper (approx 20 pages) on an issue facing the library world, so I am brainstorming a topic. I know it’s not due until December 9th, but 3 things: … Continue reading

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Litter of 6 kittehs

So, after we took Solomon back, the PAWS foster coordinator offered us a choice of kittens. Some pairs, some trios, and then these 6 kittens. Jeff and I decided to go for the 6 kittens to see what that’s like. … Continue reading

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Beretta and Solomon

I fell behind on posting updates on the kittens we foster–so here’s the kitten we had for a month! She came to us so very tiny, and reminded us of Squeaker, except without the tipped ear. She was very skittish … Continue reading

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