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Steele Lawman
"This may not be the right list for this question, but it’s the only list that I am on."
bingo! - Christina Pikas
Runs off to create a discussion list so people can figure out what lists to subscribe to. - Joe
*whimper* - RepoRat
You can now subscribe to ! - Joe
"apologies for any cross-posting" - Catherine Pellegrino
Now I have found the lists to subscribe to, how do I unsubscribe from this one? - Pete from FFHound(roid)!
You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave [insert guitar solo / obligatory and yet gratuitous Gerry McK joke] - Steele Lawman
How do we feel about JoVE? As I dimly recall, they had some kind of super aggressive marketing tactics. Does anyone have it? Like it? Hate it?
bump - maʀtha
I've been telling a coworker about them, since he has been getting the sales pitch. They keep on saying that the U of Whatever up the street has it, why don't yous guys have it too? I don't think we should buy something just because someone else bought something. - Joe
Most of the conversation in the LSW has concerned the marketing tactics, not the actual merits of the resource itself. E.g., or or - Catherine Pellegrino
thank you, Catherine :) - maʀtha
They are aggressive in their marketing, but the product is very well received at my small, private liberal arts University. YMMV - Holly's favorite Anna
JoVE doesn't have materials relevant to most of the faculty I support, but I've shown it to folks who run labs and they loved it. - kaijsa
Yeah, the content is fabulous and science folks seem to love it. It's too bad the marketing tactics make them look bad. - Regular Amanda
Funny that marketing seems to hound them. That's all I heard about when I was at the Charleston Conf last week. - Marie
In the past couple of years the marketing has gotten better, but it bothers me greatly that faculty always have to pay for publication (more for OA, less for clos d) and then the library pays for access. I've been trying to negotiate no publication fees for MPOW's faculty of we subscribed w/o luck. - Galadriel C. from Android
Either I'm missing out on some of the marketing or I've become so immune I don't notice it as much. Until I saw it mentioned here, I really never noticed it, and certainly not enough to comment. My former CQ Press sales rep was more persistently annoying than anything else I've encountered. - Holly's favorite Anna
Galadriel, my consorita gets a refund for OA content that was paid by institutional authors from one of the publishers we work with. It's not much, though. - Holly's favorite Anna
I hadn't looked at the publishing fees. To be fair, good video production and editing costs something, but this looks kinda high. And why not just charge for production and not make OA way more expensive, just embargo for a while? - kaijsa
Jeremy Yoder
“I apologize for coming to your house and killing everyone. I’m an INTJ!”
"I’m so sorry I killed your friends." LOL. - Marie
Sarah G.
Just realized that I got my MLS in 2005 which is almost ten years ago which means I guess I'm not a newbie #librarian anymore. #libraries
I also got mine in 2005. *cheers* - Marie
I got mine in 06! - Sir Shuping is just sir
1995. Old ---> - LB's never Kippled from Android
Oh, we're degree twins! And I still feel like a newbie. - lris from Android
*clutches her 2004 pearls at the shocking naïveté of these newcomers* - Catherine Pellegrino from iPod
2004 here, and I hit that conclusion recently too. - ellbeecee
2016 here... ;) - WebGoddess
Class of 2005 fistbump! *g* - RepoRat
*shakes cane at the whippersnappers* - LB's never Kippled from Android
2002! - Christina Pikas from iPhone
December 2000. *Just barely* last century. - bentley
*sobs into an afghan* - LB's never Kippled from Android
but I did that whole internal auditor thing before library school, LB - ellbeecee
2000, but 37 when I got it, so old. - John Dupuis
January of 2005. Yup. - Hedgehog
December 2003. Close to 10 yrs at current job, which is weird. - ~Courtney F
August 2005. *fistbump* - Jaclyn aka spamgirl from Android
Oh, 1998. I'm with you, LB. Lemme just get mah ear-horn. - Julie Kane
Courtney, I'm coming up on 5 at GSU next summer, which astounds me. This is the longest I've ever worked anywhere. Or lived anywhere since undergrad. Every day is a new personal best. ;) - ellbeecee
2005, at the age of 35. - Pete
This would be a good article - class of 2005 ten years on. We all came into it right at the point where Web 2.0 started to get big and the idea of user generate content on the web (and the web itself and thus information) became much more prevalent and accessible. iPods existed, but not smart phones, really. No kindles. If someone said App I'd think they were trying to be cool in saying Apple. - Sarah G.
December 1999. I'm a 20th century librarian! - Stephen Francoeur
Obviously, I am not a librarian. "Masters of Library Sciences" (or whatever MLS stands for in this case) was the 3rd thing that came to mind when I saw the acronym. Major League Soccer was the first (which made absolutely no sense), and then the usage of MLS within real estate was the second (no idea what it stands for in that usage, though). - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
(Multiple Listing Service - but our MLS' are the cool ones. ;) ) - ellbeecee
2002 at the age of 32! - Sarah from iPhone
LB's never Kippled
"I mean, if they're going to take our words and put French accents to them, why are we so vulgar when we Anglicize their words that we adopt? Why shouldn't we say 'souffel' instead of 'su-flay?' ...
... I'll bet that little chicken on the scouring powder that's pronounced 'bonn ammy' drives em crazy." - Ferrol Sams, _The Whisper of the River_ - LB's never Kippled from Android
(We say souffel at home.) - bentley
(We also say souffel at home.) - Marie
(We must be family!) - bentley
Nothing like some S-car-gots with the soufflé. - Janet
:D - Marie from iPhone
It has a little certain gee knee says coy. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
When I worked for engineers in Michigan, someone phoned in wanting to know about a project is Salt Stee Marie. :-) - bentley
Somewhat related 30 second commercial: - Brian Johns
I'm still trying to figure out how to Americanize the pronunciation of hors d'oeuvre. I usually pronounce it "whores devours", but I'm sure there's a better way, sill view plates. - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
At home, it's horse doovers (rhymes with hoovers). (Yes, I went to a French school. It just makes it funnier.) - bentley
I say "whore's doo-vrey" - Brian Johns
Dear international travelers: Is it important that I get a passport protector, to ensure that my identity info on the RFID chip is not stolen? This seems extreme to me.
You could also put foil in your normal passport carrier, if you use one. I wrapped my passport card because it doesnt close like a passport. - ~Courtney F from Android
Hey, that's a good idea. Thanks! - Marie
My dad is delivering the sermon at his church today in San Antonio. Nervous, excited for him. He should be starting the service soon. *sits on hands*
Did I know you're a PK, too? - Holly's favorite Anna
He's not a P. He's delivering a special sermon, in honor of Veteran's Day. He's telling the story about a guy he assisted in the burn unit when he returned from the front (Vietnam) with severe burns, lost limbs. This guy has gone on to do amazing things with his life and recently reconnected with my dad, his occupational therapist in the burn unit. The guy will be in attendance. I wish I could be there to see it. - Marie
Oh wow. I wish I could, too. - Catherine Pellegrino from iPod
He and Bobby ("the guy") got a standing ovation. He's so pleased and very tired. :D - Marie
holly #ravingfangirl
my dream last night was a weird mix of shopping for new cars, and trying to decide between brisket and pork shoulder. #what
Brisketmobile. - Jennifer Dittrich
i would buy that car. - holly #ravingfangirl
that new-brisket smell. - Marie
holly #ravingfangirl
p.s. the answer is brisket. of course. brisket is always the answer. * *except when it's pork
thanks to you, i have just added pork shoulder roast to my grocery list. - Marie
Israeli Couscous and Cheese Recipe - -
Israeli Couscous and Cheese Recipe -
noms - Marie from Bookmarklet
Having dry skin sucks. You'd think with how dry conditions are that the blood wouldn't even well
my eye dr. just recommended coconut oil for skin - cooking grade stuff. Just slather it on - I've done it now for 2 days, and it's pretty good. But yes, dry skin sux. - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
^^^ ooh, I bet you smell good. :) - Marie
no! no smell at all! and the oil absorbs about as well as most skin cream, so not greasy or anything either. - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
Do you have heartburn, acid reflux, sore throat, or hoarseness? That can be a hidden cause of dry skin. If that's a match then look up gerd, silent gerd, lpr. - Todd Hoff
also, my eye dr. said to drink more water. lots more. so I am trying. - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
Pit Bull ban. Yea! We need to get rid of that awful singer.
Aw, poor Mr. Worldwide. - Marie
Galadriel C.
Anyone here heading to Charleston this year?
Mememe! - Marie
doesn't look like it. someday, though! - RepoRat
Me! First time - excited! - Lisa Hinchliffe
Oh hooray! I'm going too and am also a first-timer. - Galadriel C.
Marie, Anna - any advice to first-timers? - Galadriel C.
Book your hotel room now if you haven't already. Actually, do that in May. Be selective about the concurrent sessions -- they don't filter much, and I found that too often the content was...lacking. Be prepared to get hit up often by vendors for meals. This seems to be quite the wine and dine conference. - Holly's favorite Anna
Thanks Anna! *off to look into hotels* - Galadriel C.
meetup? thursday eve, perchance? - Marie
Please be welcoming to our Ph.D student Mei Zhang, if you see her. She's the TA for my undergrad class and has been doing great work. - RepoRat
*Monday bump to ask about a meetup?* - Marie
A meet up would be awesome! I can't do dinner, but perhaps a Thursday 5ish pm happy hour? - Galadriel C.
Somewhere on the web there is a site that provides ideal(ized) library e-content (e-journal, specifically) licenses. I can't remember where the hell it is. Does anybody else?
Oooh, I think LibLicense might be it! SERU also useful! Thank you, Marie! - RepoRat
You're welcome. - Marie
I think that Marie is awesome. - Joe
I concur! - RepoRat
Ahahahaha I was actually remembering but hey, it's all good. - RepoRat
This is why we can't have nice things: Guy in front of me at self checkout bought full cart, $253 worth, of groceries. #firstworldproblems
That's just rude. - Marie
Good grief. Who has that kind of time and patience to run so many groceries through self checkout? - (Curtis) Alan Jackson
Me. :D - Big Joe Silence from Android
I don't mind that... as long as it's not their first attempt at it. - Johnny from iPhone
I'm more bothered by novice self-checkers attempting to pay in cash with coins...or by cheque! - Big Joe Silence from Android
Just about everyone in self checkout was ringing up whole carts full of groceries; even the folks in the self checkout lanes that were explicitly marked "12 Items or Fewer." All I was trying to do was buy a single bottle of soda so I'd have something to drink during the kidlet's soccer game. - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
We use self checkout a lot differently out here in my area. It's reserved almost entirely for people with only a handful of items. - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
Yeah, if you can't get in and out of the self-checkout in <5 minutes, you probably shouldn't be there. - NOT THE CRICKET
In the stores around here, we have self-checkout lanes with a conveyor belt for full carts and then ones with no conveyor belt and just a small countertop for hand baskets and hand-held stuffs. I personally prefer to take my full cart through the full cart self-checkout lane because I like bagging my own shit. And I'm fast. :) - Hookuh Tinypants
Artist Carol Milne Knits with Glass | Colossal -
Artist Carol Milne Knits with Glass | Colossal
Artist Carol Milne Knits with Glass | Colossal
ff knitters may appreciate this? (found on twitter) - Marie from Bookmarklet
Mike Nencetti
Here is a link to my wife Beverly's battle with Glioblastoma Multiforme brain cancer
Here is a link to my wife Beverly's battle with Glioblastoma Multiforme brain cancer
Thank you. - bentley
That's quite the battle, Mike. - Stephan from iPhone
Glad that this is helping you, and that you have a record. It's hard to know what to say, Mike, but I think of you and Beverly often, and I wish you all the love and joy you can find together ((hugs)) - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
Aw. Many hugs to you both. - Meg VMeg from Android
My thoughts and prayers continue to be with you all. - Friar Will
Sending you and Beverly lots of prayers and comfort hugs. - Tamara J. B.
Thinking of you and Beverly and praying for comfort and peace for both. *hugs* - Anne Bouey
Reading this made me pause, and offer up a prayer. All the very best to both of you. - Iain Baker
Hugs, lots of hugs also from here - Brixie
Thanks everyone. I had been forgetting to use Twitter, so I thought I would leave the link as my last tweet for a while. Forgot it would filter here. Been busy managing the hotel/ restaurant/ zoo that is our home. Her condition is changing slowly, vitals are good. I'm good. - Mike Nencetti
Still thinking of you both. Hope your weekend is going well ((hugs)) - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
We celebrated thanksgiving today, in case she is unable to later this month. Have a full house of family. We had a successful first week with her bedridden, keeping her clean and comphy. She is not in any pain. She is able to enjoy most food.. my days usually start at 4am .I'm doing good. thanks for checking. - Mike Nencetti
Thanks for sharing Mike Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. - Steve C Team Marina
sending my prayers your way! - mina_sydney from iPhone
I bet the Thanksgiving was wonderful. - Anika
Early Thanksgiving is a great idea. I'm sure everyone present appreciated it. - Marie
I'm glad you all were able to enjoy Thanksgiving. - vicster: hon. canadian
Victor Ganata
Funny how writing something down is enough to make me feel better about it, even if no one is ever going to read it, and even if it doesn't really solve anything.
This. - Jenny H. from Android
I once saw a tarot card reader at a Ren Faire who told me to write it out, read it aloud (air), burn it (fire), put the ashes around a plant/flower (earth), and water it to involve all of the elements. - Yvonne Renee from iPhone
i keep a notebook by my bed for just this reason. - Marie
DO YOU? - RepoRat
I DO! - Zamms
is it the news i think it is? - kendrak
are you becoming president?? - Sir Shuping is just sir
Kendra: It's not the news you think it is. Andrew: No, no, no, they're not THAT crazy! - Zamms
No? Why not?? It would be awesome! You could appoint Kendra and Jennifer as the first co-cabinets of Soccer Ministry! - Sir Shuping is just sir
I am building this up way too much... - Zamms
At this point you'd better have invented a flying car or something - lris from Android
wait wait Zamms invented a flying car?! WELL DANG, THAT SURE IS NEWS. - RepoRat
BREAKING NEWS: Flying car invented by FF regular. Film at 11! - Catherine Pellegrino
*runs over to Wikipedia to edit Zamms's page* - RepoRat
*posts it to Twitter* - Catherine Pellegrino
*starts a rumor that the car will have limited release, with ff receiving first purchase option* - Marie
Better be a hybrid. - Joe
*goes to remove flying car reference from Wikipedia page* *realize I don't have a Wikipedia page* *sighs* - Zamms
*goes to create Zamms's's's Wikipedia page* - bentley
*creates a website for zamms's flying car business* - Sir Shuping is just sir
So you have news? - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Maybe... - Zamms
So .... ? - Mary B: #TeamMonique
(do you have ebola?) - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
where is the news?? we must know! - Sir Shuping is just sir
Is this all just some big Huey Lewis joke? - Steele Lawman
Still waiting to hear if I can announce my minor, non-ebola-flying-car-related, still pretty cool news. PROTOCOLS TO BE OBSERVED. - Zamms
did u get IRB? - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
Paging Dr. Zamms...? - Julian
Julian: Ha, no! We only need one doctor in my house! Stephanie: No, the International Rugby Board has shut me out again. - Zamms
I GOT IT! You are going to have a beer with Joe Biden. - Julian
Nah. Biden would never have *a* beer. - David Lounsbury from iPhone
Kendra: the other news is in. It sucks (but not unexpected)! Still waiting for my actual news to drop... - Zamms from iPhone
I can’t wait to see everyone’s pictures of the sunset tonight in LA. It’s amazing out there right now!
I know. I wish I'd been able to get to a good promontory to take one. - Spidra Webster
Victor came through for us over on Instagram. - Marie
I bet the #mydayinla hashtag will turn some good ones up, too. - Spidra Webster
RT @TrolleyParker I'm still in the bunker. Did @instagram survive the #LA sunset? #filters #clouds #sky #smog - Spidra Webster
So it's been a productive day and I feel like I'm just done. It's only 3:00 though. Maybe I'll clean my desk...
That's about how all my days have been lately. Desk-cleaning, plant-watering, little administrative duties, scanning licenses, and the like are all good brainless-but-productive things for end of day. Oh, and rewriting the to-do list for tomorrow! - Kirsten
Don't wanna threadjack, but what do you do with the licenses once scanned? - Marie
We've long kept electronic copies on our shared drive just as back-up in case something happens to the paper copies. But now that we've got Alma we're also putting copies there and coding them for things like ILL permissions, which will make anything we code viewable to staff amd patrons. - Kirsten from Android
heads-up that T&F bought the entire Landes BioScience collection:
and all the M.E. Sharpe journals. yowza. - Marie
Huh. - Joe
I don't think the me sharpe website has been updated in about 8-10 years. - Joe
Laura Norvig
How many of you lovely peeps are at Internet Librarian? (I'm not, but I'm right up the road in Santa Cruz if anyone wants to visit)
Huh, just noticed their CoC: Seems weakly worded, no? - Marie
Do CoCs usually include wording like this? (note: I don't think it's a bad idea, just... relevant... given the personnel/situations associated with this conference) "Conference attendees are also prohibited from verbally abusing or physically accosting the conference staff, speakers, or other delegates." - RudĩϐЯaЯïan
Oooh, Santa Cruz. :-) - YvonneM
Seems like we haven't done a random poll in a while, so. Author, artist, musician, or other creator that you like but someone important in your life can't stand?
Kate Rusby. Don't ask me why, but the huz just cannot with her. Whereas he is forbidden from playing Led Zep in my presence because NOPE. - RepoRat
is it because led zeppelin sings about hobbits and shit? - kendrak
I just can't stand 'em, no matter what they're screaming about. - RepoRat
Although I don't listen to his ditties much anymore either, I'm afraid it's Johann Sebastian Bach; my wife finds him far too repetitive. - Walt Crawford
my husband hates jazz. all jazz. even jazz influences in other genres. except the occasional band that he doesn't believe is jazz no matter how many times i insist on it. meanwhile half my cd collection is jazz. good thing we mostly overlap-or-are-indifferent otherwise. - Marianne
I am kinda the jazz hater in my relationships. To be fair, I don't hate ALL jazz, just the experimental/freeform/super noodle-y stuff. So basically the stuff people who love jazz often love the most. - kaijsa
My mother hates Tori Amos. In better news, though, I seem to be converting Peter into a Dylan fan. - laura x
Uck, Tori Amos. Maybe I'm just a hater in general. A long-term bf of mine from my 20s was into Primus. I was like, NOPE. - kaijsa
i don't think there's anything musically, though i hate books and he's an avid reader. he also hates soccer. - kendrak
I get a lot of ribbing at home about my enjoyment of "middle aged/older women solving murders" television (Murder She Wrote, Agatha Christie, Rosemary and Thyme, etc) but he'll sit through them. - Hedgehog
heeeeeeeeey Rosemary and Thyme is awesome. - RepoRat
I love a lady sleuth myself. - kaijsa
My guy digs Tom Waits like whoa but all I hear is screeching and moaning. - Marie
I can't think of anything of mine that C truly can't stand, but he can listen to his Jethro Tull SOMEPLACE ELSE DEAR GOD. - Catherine Pellegrino from iPod
You all can have the lady sleuth party and I will have the Jethro Tull/Tom Waits/Led Zeppelin party. On vinyl. - laura x from iPhone
My hubs is not a fan of Adele or Beyoncé and I'm a big fan of both. But he's into all kinds of terrible contemporary country that makes me gag, so... - Laura Krier
I like ABBA - particularly loud when I'm cleaning. M can't stand any disco - Christina Pikas from iPhone
I really can't think of anything that falls into this category, unless Sarah tried to make me look at cadaver anatomy pics or something. I've fallen in love with lots of artists because of Sarah, though: Richard Thompson (!!!), Virginia Woolf, E. M. Forster, Oysterband, Maddy Prior... Okay, sometimes I get sick of Elvis Costello, but I don't hate him, I just can't listen to him for days upon days like some people. - maʀtha
I tease the mister all the time about his second tier prog rock collection (Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Yes, etc.) and Rush. Although Rush is redeemed in my eyes because they did a song with Aimee Mann. - Elizabeth Brown
Spouse is not a big fiction reader (!!), reads a lot but almost exclusively non-fiction. This boggles my mind. Over time, I've pushed spouse towards fiction and he's pushed me towards non-fiction. So, weirdly, almost any fiction I read is something where I tell him about it and he's like "meh, when I have time", which often means never. - Regular Amanda
My wife can't stand Aimee Bender but I love her writing. Also, she really despises most 1970s music (there are artists she likes but not many) while I am a big fan of 1970s music. ABBA is a perfect example. :) - John: Thread Killer
My ex-husband didn't like ANYTHING I liked, books, music, or otherwise. My current husband and I are pretty well meshed, and he complains very little about my choices. <---- LIFE LESSON. - Jenica
Woody Allen's Annie Hall. I'm Yay and she is Nope. - ♫Robot Chicken, Trainer♫
My cats put up with my choices, on the whole. They do prefer I read e-books to paper, because I don't have to lift my cat-petting hand to turn pages as often. - Louise "Weezy" Alcorn
Oh Woody Allen. I just have an irrational Nope to it all. I'm sure some stuff is really good, but just Nope. - Regular Amanda
Woody Allen reminded me that with one exception, all my closest friends hate Roman Polanski and by extension, his work. He may be an odious person, but Rosemary's Baby is my all-time fave film, and I really like his other work (esp. Repulsion, Chinatown, The Pianist). - kaijsa
holly #ravingfangirl
you guys, when i go in to work tomorrow my desk should no longer be in the Vortex of Cold. I am giddy and hope this actually works.
THIS IS POTENTIALLY A HUGE DEAL - holly #ravingfangirl
Did they move your desk out of the library? Zing! - Marie
they claim i will still be in the building. WE SHALL SEE. - holly #ravingfangirl
We might need photographic proof of the location of said desk. - Kirsten
Our A/C was ripped out a month ago. It's been stifling in here For A Month. I would like the Vortex of Cold, plz. - Louise "Weezy" Alcorn
smh - Marie
Andy Bakun
OH: "Jimmies are sprinkles, but not all sprinkles are jimmies."
True - Marie
Victor Ganata
How long does Twitter have to not become MySpace? - Marketplace Tech
Friendfeed will replace the Twitterz. - Joe
^ - Marie
Touching actual print journals today to make decisions about what to keep/discard. Ew. dusty are they? - Sir Shuping is just sir
Did you attend our Coll Dev meeting today? Same wavelength. - Joe
They came to me dusted and with a spreadsheet of titles included in the pile. I work with some pretty fab folks. - Marie
they came predusted?? that ain't right! - Sir Shuping is just sir
We used to use layers of dust as one of the deselection criteria, so I're missing valuable information ;). - Jaclyn aka spamgirl
Haha, I'm okay with missing that particular type of information, in this case. - Marie
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