When I was in high school, the kids often segregated themselves and I never knew which side of the classroom belonged to me. If I sat on the white side of the class, I’d have to endure girls putting their hands in my hair and exclaiming at its texture. Sitting on the black side of… Read More
Two semesters into library school and my eyes are still full of stars and wonder. Maybe that will fade, maybe it won’t. But one thing that has inspired me lately are the 5 Laws of Library Science proposed by S. R. Ranganathan in 1931.
I’m resurrecting this blog because I’m taking an html class and I want a place to experiment. It’s also a good idea to keep up with the practice of writing things that aren’t all related to information needs, missions statements, copyright law, and all of the other things I’m learning about in school. I know…. Read More