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Curious as to who your compatriots are in the biblioblogosphere? Meredith Farkas, progenitor of Information Wants to Be Free surveyed librarians in the summer of 2005 about blogging is now doing another survey. Do your part to create another fascinating facet to our fifteen minutes of hipsterdom fame!
Think you’re confused about copyright? Try being Penguin Putnam.
Wanna get an idea of why I sigh every time someone goes out of their way to tell me … Read the rest
Some of you long-time readers (i.e., those of you who are trying everything in your power not to answer those annoying IM reference questions flitting across your desktop) may wonder just how I learn about the hip-hop hits.
It’s easy: from my husband. Yes, my husband is still an evil man.
Walt Crawford wins the Scooby-Doo Arooo award for correctly guessing the kooky premise used to pitch The Expert to USA Network execs. What’s next? Hottie catalogers who love Smarties and uniform title fields too much?
And don’t even think about stealing the cataloger idea: It’s already in development with HBO as the out-of-the-box successor to Deadwood.
Further evidence of our professional pop culture currency: USA Networks latest project is The Expert, about a librarian who helps police solve crimes via her ability to “mix her senses“.