I grabbed an old notebook to take with me to a talk on campus. Paging back through it, I realized that it has notes from my very first conference as a librarian, and here, on page 21, is where I met Jason Griffey and he gave me his blog URL.
Study rooms! If you have 'em, how do you go about allocating time and space in them in an equitable manner? We have them first come, first serve, and so the first six people who get to the library get them and park there all day. This is not cool. Then again, having the ref people spend all their time policing study rooms is also not cool.
Querying the hive mind: we have, perhaps belatedly, finally switched over to the web version of SciFinder Scholar, which requires that users register for an individual username and password. ACS requires us to link to the registration site only from a secure (authenticated users only, I think?) page. How are you handling this at your library?
After months of desultory poking, today I've succeeded in making Facebook acknowledge my LibraryH3lp app! (Turns out it requires a "valid" url, with definitions of "valid" that are a) extremely narrow and b) vary from field to field.)
I'm looking at Storify as a way of presenting a bunch of tweets as a kind of story of presentation, but it's not quite right. Anybody know of a tool that I can use to turn a bunch of tweets into a slideshow?