Modern Day Prometheus or why my boyfriend is the greatest guy ever. Can you believe I get to kiss this man?
My first question was a slightly judgmental “where were his parents during all of this?”
I’m remembering week after week of library visits when I was a kid. We didn’t have any money, but we had all the books we wanted. My first library card was at age, what? four?
Apparently the parents were there checking out videos. Hopefully they will return.
It’s the Holiday Season, which means new stuff in the Librarian Avengers Store.
I’m pimpin’ some new oval stickers this year. They look just like those European country abbreviation stickers that folks have on their Toyotas. Only these are cooler, because they signal that you are secretly a member of the United Nation of Librarianship!
Yep, there’s lots of new products, posters, shirts, and stuff sitting around the store, just waiting for you to order. So if you are a librarian, know a librarian, or love a librarian, consider giving them a thoughtful Librarian Avengers product this year. Or hell, just give them the money. They probably need it.
The webcomic xkcd has the goods on librarians this week:
The Advantages to Dating Librarians
It’s true. It’s so so true. The librarian Achilles Heel.
Geeks: check out the alt tags for more funny.
Turn your speakers on. Dr. Asshole
(Happy birthday to Chassy!)
Got me a portfolio. It’s just screenshots right now. I’ll continue working on it tonight.
Suggestions welcome. I haven’t even checked it out on non-OS X/Firefox machines yet…
Elyse Sewell came in second place on America’s Next Top Model. I know this because I spent two solid days watching it on YouTube this winter while battling the flu.
Why should you care about Elyse Sewell? Well, she’s funny, she has a livejournal, she’s smart as hell, and she visits libraries for fun. Libraries like the FranÃ§ois Mitterrand Library.
Enjoy, and remember: Librarians can be hot and models can be smart.
And vice versa, probably. But we don’t talk about that here.
I spent five fun-filled hours waiting for the cable guy to show up and give me Internet this afternoon. The next-door neighbor figured out that I’ve been freeloading her wireless, and locked down her router.
Curse you bittorrent! Curse your deadly allure and telling bandwidth consumption!
Salon has obtained an internal 117-page draft proposal by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The document proposes to:
“limit the number of species that can be protected and curtail the acres of wildlife habitat to be preserved. It shifts authority to enforce the act from the federal government to the states, and dilutes legal barriers that protect habitat from sprawl, logging or mining.”
Read more here. I guarantee the final draft will be titled “Helping Endangered Species Act” or something similarly compelling. The “Saving Wolves Act” would be nice. Or how about the “Freedom for Endangered Species From Government Interference Act”?