Serious question: If we want to get a tablet primarily to use the web (turns out the SF Chronicle's web e-edition is the only complete one), including email, and want high res: What makes the iPad worth $200 more than the Kindle Fire HD 9" or Nook HD+ 9"? (And which of the latter two is a better buy?)
Have any of y'all incorporated or LLC'd or whatnot in order to make part-time consulting (or other on-the-side business) easier for taxes? Was it worth it? How *exactly* did it help with financial stuff?
So, you know how we have style guides that say whether to use headline capitalization or sentence capitalization for titles, and whether punctuation goes inside or outside of quotation marks, and how to have single quotes inside of double quotes. MLA and Chicago both do this. But what about a style for French or Spanish?
As a result of hanging out here, I feel I know a fair amount about issues that affect academic libraries (ACS pricing structures! Citation managers! OA! The Big Deal! Adventures in Library Instruction!). Do the academic librarians here feel they could make a similar list about public libraries, and if so, what would be on it?