Archive for the ‘Librarians’ Category

I happened to see a reply on social media today … something like “…don’t forget that I live with a librarian…”- it was part of a discussion about books & book choices/ideas. But this person doesn’t…they live with someone who has done some library study at TAFE and works in a library…..but they are not […]


My blog tends to be the personal, although library stuff is what I do, so there are intersections. I recently completed the Hyperlinked Library MOOC ( well I didn’t complete to get the certificate, but I did do the blogging part). My blog posts were on the hyperlibmooc site but I have exported the posts […]


Nothing wrong with the state of contentment – just googled a definition and it came back – a state of happiness and satisfaction….which isn’t quite it- but I am certainly happy and content. Actually, I googled content and I like that better than contentment – content being- in a state of peaceful happiness. I do […]


This was doing the rounds at work last week. Something silly for a long day when I have nothing more meaningful to say!! Interestingly I have done this twice now, and picked the same colour both times – and got the same answer. What is the algorithm behind it you ask? I suspect not much […]


From a Librarian’s Guide to Etiquette Dress like a librarian game Fun, silly. Reminded me of the drawings I used to do as a child. Usually a glamorous woman with some sort of ball dress & hair swept back. And I loved those cut out dolls where you used to add clothes with the paper […]


OK – just a bit of fun, but I did enjoy the twitter meme a few weeks back, and was reminded again about it yesterday when I saw the tweet from Mylee: Mylee Joseph (@myleejoseph) 31/05/12 2:27 PM RT @Sybasigns: ok, after much discussion. here is our top 10! #replaceawordwithlibrarian pic.twitter.com/bd3o3uDG da da…. What I […]


Quick lunchtime post-eo My manager and I have been rewriting my job (flamboyantly called a PIQ- position information questionnaire). It’s actually a good time to refocus and clearly enunciate what I do, why I do it and how do we measure it all. We also list major challenges, problems, quality assurance processes – a whole […]