I’ll say something more interesting later in the week, but I did want to get the word out that MIT Press is having a half-off sale. The MIT Press has lots of cool stuff (everything from coffee table books to seriously scholarly stuff), but this is of interest to librarians because The Atlas of New […]
I found this blog post today which describes seven things that libraries can do with Google Glass. None of these address my privacy concerns, but they’re still pretty cool stuff.
This is what I see on the way to lunch on a nice day. You can’t see it here, but the Golden Gate Bridge in all its orangey goodness is just behind those trees on the right. I think I may need to choose a different theme. This theme feels a bit … crampy.
I’ve decided to read Henry Jenkins’ Convergence Culture and then report on this work in my context book report. A few reasons for this choice: During the 1980s and early 1990’s I worked at MIT. Occasionally I would receive a misdirected email message for him (our email addresses were different by just one character) and […]