You Need a Thong

Why? Because you need to support Rory Litwin.

And who is Rory Litwin? Rory is the originator of Library Juice, an online magazine for librarians and library-friendly folks. He’s been at it since 1998, keeping us duly informed on intellectual freedom issues, social responsibility, library humor and just plain interesting web sites.

So how does a thong support Rory?


Because he’s selling them (plus other nifty items) via his cafepress.com store, Libr.org, to support his persistent need to keep us informed. Every bit he earns ensures we know about issues such as copyright challenges or California prison libraries.

But Rory can’t live just on good vibes–he needs your monetary support. Go visit his store, buy a thong (or a t-shirt or a mug), and bask in the knowledge you’ve done a good thing.

You won’t regret it.

Bib Cites of the Week: These come from a prolific Mike Dieter, clinical assistant professor with the UIC‘s School of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences

Kolodny, K. “Shelf List Or Shelf Life: Take It Or Leave It!” In MARC-Coding for Dummies. Chicago: Fullcourt Press (1996).

Groatman, Gary. “Dewey Don’ts,” The Compleat Cataloguer. 5(7) Summer 1997, pp.67-87.

2 Responses

  1. Zou
    Zou March 19, 2004 at 8:57 am |

    “So how does a thong support Rory?”

    I really don’t want to know…

  2. noelle
    noelle March 20, 2004 at 7:20 am |

    hey, thanks for the plug! For those less daring, t-shirts are a more chaste option.

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