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Omg I could die from the adorable thank you card. #StarWarsReads
Omg I could die from the adorable thank you card. #StarWarsReads
This week brought to you by Dropbox, Evernote, and my mobile devices. I've had only one hour in my office all week.
laura x
I just sent out a pitch and got to say, for the first time in such a document, "I have written for the NYT."
YOU FANCY - jambina from Android
Look at you! All grown up and credentialed and junk! ☺ - MoTO Boychick Devil
:) - ellbeecee
holly #ravingfangirl
They wore cardigans on the Enterprise, right?
They wore cardigans on the Enterprise, right?
off camera they did. - ♫Maurice the Trainer♫
If starships are anything like airplanes, you need the extra layers. AMIRITEPEOPLE? - Zamms
Galadriel C.
For those of you who have or are implementing Alma - How have you migrated you e-journals Knowledge Base to Alma? We're going from SerialsSolutions to Alma. So far, there's a spreadsheet we could fill in line-by line of resources/titles/holdings, but we're really hopeful that some automated manner of migrating data is possible.
(liking so i can find responses again) - weelibrarian
Well that sounds awful. Keep us posted. - Jaclyn aka spamgirl from Android
Much of the Alma migration utilizes such spreadsheets. Can you extract data from SS in the format you need? - Jen
We were on SFX, so didn't have to do that, but yeah, I'd try downloading the info from SS and going from there. - Kirsten
It seems like I had heard that SS can send you the data in a spreadsheet format that you can then send to Alma. - ~Courtney F
We can extract a spreadsheet out of SS, but because Alma and SS use different names for resources (e.g. "EBSCO Academic Search Premier" vs. "Academic Search Premier") it becomes much more complicated -- a very manual process that utterly baffles me as in how can this not be more automated? Ex Libris is saying we have to complete their spreadsheet and that they can't do anything with the SS spreadsheet. Courtney do you know/are you able to share more about Alma doing something w/ the SS spreadsheet? - Galadriel C. from Android
Hey Galadriel - have you been over to to the Alma FF room? Deborah I think migrated from SS and may have help for you. Migrating to Alma is not a very pleasant process. I hear that life on the other side is good though. - Jen
I can in fact tell you a heap about how we did this and what to avoid and what problems can't be avoided. Might get a bit longwinded for here, unless everyone else is interested too, but email me - deborah.fitchett at probably the best address for this one. - Deborah Fitchett
Deborah - can you post to the Alma room? - Jaclyn aka spamgirl
Just the fact that there is an FF Alma room makes me feel a little better :-) Deborah, I will *definitely* be in touch!!! - Galadriel C.
(How does one get to the Alma room? I searched groups w/o luck.) - Galadriel C.
G- I sent you an invite - Jaclyn aka spamgirl from Android
Jaclyn, can do. - Deborah Fitchett
Got it; thank you! - Galadriel C. from Android
I would guess you would have the same problem going the opposite direction? That said I am told if you want to move to EDS they will accept SS or Sfx holdings exports. Not having done it before seems to good to be true. As you said we talking about different knowledge bases even with compatible formats they might not match packages so it might end up very manual. - aaron
Aaron, I'd say it's probably too good to be true, though I was told the same thing when they were trying to make the sale. My guess is that EBSCO just has their folks do the manual translation, which doesn't make me all that more comfortable with the process. - Holly's favorite Anna
Since EDS was mentioned I thought I’d respond to clarify some things. I am the VP of Discovery Strategy here at EBSCO. I am glad to see the interest in this topic – and Aaron is 100% correct. EBSCO does allow for automated leveraging of holdings information from SFX within EDS. The following was published in a library journal article some time ago, and should shed some light on this.... more... - Tamir Borensztajn
Catherine Pellegrino
Apparently pranksters got into the library last night and TP'ed the circ and reference desks:
At least they didn't do donuts on your nice carpet. - Stephen Francoeur
(FTR these were pranksters who happened to have swipe cards for the staff entrance and sub-master keys to the building, but whatever. :D ) - Catherine Pellegrino
Gee, that hardly narrows it down at all! - Kirsten
John Dupuis
If I may toot my own horn for a moment, I'm a bit over the moon about being invited to speak about the Canadian Government's War on Science at the York U Science & Technology Studies Seminar Series in October.
awesome, John!! - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
The page for the series is here: It's pretty serious stuff. - John Dupuis
woot and congrats!!! - Sir Shuping is just sir
that is pretty cool - Steve C, Team Marina
Thanks! Of course, the easy part of agreeing to do the talk. The hard part comes in October when I'm all, "Yikes, now I actually have to do the damn thing!" - John Dupuis
dude. you GOT this. - RepoRat
It's today! Wish me luck! - John Dupuis
Good luck!! - Hedgehog from Android
Good luck! - bentley
Great news John! - Elizabeth Brown
Rock it, John. - Joe
I repeat myself: dude. you GOT this. - RepoRat
Thanks everyone! It went pretty well, if I do say so myself. Slides here: - John Dupuis
Apparently I am both hilarious and sobering. Not a bad combination, really. - John Dupuis
"LOL! Whoa!" --> audience member, direct quote. - bentley
Deborah Fitchett
Today is apparently the day for "So when our documentation says 'The sky is blue' actually we meant 'Ia! Ia! Cthulhu Fhtagn!'"
Thanks, since all we have to do is think the phrase... we're all doomed now :) - Aaron the Librarian
Considering some of the cases I've been dealing with (and also the unrelated six meetings I have scheduled for today) that'd quite possibly be an improvement. - Deborah Fitchett
You ask people not to fall through your ceiling and what do they do? Fall through your ceiling anyway.…
You ask people not to fall through your ceiling and what do they do? Fall through your ceiling anyway.…
*waits for ceiling cat to appear* - DJF
omg! - Miriella
holy crap people are lucky they aren't all broken in that second one. - Miriella
Somehow this guy managed to fall in between where Chris was sitting and the coffee table, so nothing got smashed underneath. - Miriella
Stephen Francoeur
Seen at Seventh Avenue and 27th Street (in front of the Fashion Institute of Technology).
laura x
laura x
My book is in 100 libraries.
That is a great accomplishment! - Steve C, Team Marina
I do find the wording of this URL interesting... - Joe
this book contains 'unexpected Laura Crossett' ;-) - Marina's Godmother :-)
Checked out 7 times here! - Rochelle *boom* Hartman
No one expects Laura Crossett, surprise is her greatest weapon. - Blake
I know at least one library that has it that is not in worldcat. - Katy S from iPhone
*wonders who will play him in movie version* what? it could happen ... FF could be a kind of pseudo Greek Chorus - MoTO Boychick Devil
Katy, yup, my library has it and isn't in Worldcat. I assume there are others. - laura x from iPhone
So I think you could safely say "my book is in 100 PLUS libraries." - Regular Amanda
...and no MINUS libraries! - Aaron the Librarian
And it's on my kindle. I checked Wyldcat to verify that only 4 WY libraries have it, and it's true. BAD FORM, Wyoming librarians. - kaijsa
Meg VMeg
Sometimes the rage is the only thing that keeps you going.
A pot of Ragewell House. - Spidra Webster
Against the machine, all rage is possible. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
laura x
"I gave her my heart and she gave me a pen."
<3 - Jenny H. from Android
"You've just described every great success story." - laura x from iPhone
"The world is full of guys. Be a man. Don't be a guy." - Corinne L
At Citibank we will meet accidentally We'll start to talk when she borrows my pen - Joe
"Choice, man. We're here by choice." - laura x from iPhone
"Joe lies." - Jaclyn aka spamgirl from Android
If you guys know so much about women, how come you're here at like the Gas 'n' Sip on a Saturday night completely alone drinking beers with no women anywhere? - Jen
One of my favorite movies. How did you get Diane Court to go out with you? I asked her. Wow. Nice. - ♫Maurice the Trainer♫
"I love you. How many more times do I have to say it?" "Once more would be nice." - laura x
Shannon - GlassMistress
I dropped the canapé knife this morning and broke the bead .. grrrr! But I think they are a go, you? - Shannon - GlassMistress
Yes. - bentley
Oh my gosh, YES, YES, YES!! - Marina's Godmother :-)
Something like these would be cute: - Laruia Ingalls Botts
Yes! - Jenica
Superb! - Stephen Mack
Jason P
I have a TATTOO DAAAAY scheduled
Whatcha gettin? - Kristin
Likely working on my Halloween sleeve. - Jason P
\m/ - Kristin
*jealous* - Soup in a TARDIS
laura x
Meet Galahad. Also, bonus new car selfie.
Also, I got the No. 22 with sweet potato fries from here for lunch: - laura x
Should I call it sir? - Joe
I love the color - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
She's cute, and the car is nice, too. - Glen Campbell
Nice! - lris
nice! - ellbeecee from Android
Most excellent! - Galadriel C. from Android
WHAT CAR? (also, cute Lawra is cute) - MoTO Boychick Devil from Android
2014 Subaru Impreza, base model. (It has Bluetooth but no cruise control--wtf?) - laura x from iPhone
Suhweet! - Stephen Francoeur
Is it time to take it drifting and rally racing yet? :) - imabonehead
#toddlerx is disappointed that it is not black. In that case, however, I'd have to name it Mordred. - laura x
#toddlerx is apparently metal as fuck. (or totally goth) - DJF
I love my base impreza - 2008 model does have cruise control. - Christina Pikas from iPhone
Welcome to Club Impreza! I love mine (not only because I bought it online, and it was damaged coming off the truck so they upgraded me a Sport version available in the lot the day I showed up to get it!) - RudĩϐЯaЯïan
I always wanted an Impreza. I've test driven them. - Eric - Let Me Know
just about every car I've owned has been black. Malcolm and I are simpatico - MoTO Boychick Devil
If our users don't migrate away from RefWorks after seeing this login screen, I have NO sympathy for them at all.
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Pret' good warnng, there. - barbara fister
does the seconds box visibly decrement? - RepoRat
Yup. It's generated by javascript, so it's a live countdown to next august. - DJF from Android
When I sent a mass email out to the local RefWorks users (everybody who's logged in in the past year), I got a complaint from one grad student that we didn't give her enough notice. - DJF
She can keep her account, no? Or does that only happen if you graduate from a school that currently subscribes. Or did they drop that "it's yours forever" thing? - barbara fister
alumni from schools that currently subscribe... but I don't know how tough RefWorks is going to be on people. - Christina Pikas
Can you get the Mission Impossible music to autoplay.... kidding! #sorrynotsorry - John Dupuis
It's "forever, as long as the school subscribes" - DJF from Android
I need to show this to folk at MPOW -- I think we're a couple three years away from crossing this bridge but it's coming. - Heather
It really does take a year, because you need to start the school year with the librarians talking about "not RefWorks", and give lots of time so that people can pick a good time to transition their writing from one system to another, including folks who are writing books or dissertations. - DJF from Android
What are you offering instead of RefWorks? - Holly's favorite Anna
Wait, what? They gave an official date? - Meg VMeg
Oh, you are canceling it, it's not a switch to Flow. - Meg VMeg
I cannot tell you how much I love this. - Mari
Stephen Francoeur
Trying to figure out why such huge discrepancies between our Summon instance (only searches for articles and has no records from our catalog) and our soon to be live Primo instance (searches for articles and includes all records from the union catalog for CUNY). A simple search for "history" in Summon yields 33,947,198 records. The same search...
in Primo yields only 5,679,243 records. Assuming that we've activated all the same article databases in Primo as we have in Summon, does anyone know for a fact about real differences between the way Summon and Primo run searches? Does Summon perhaps default to full text searches, while Primo doesn't? Does Summon's index have records at the article/entry level for dictionaries and encyclopedias in places like Credo and Gale Virtual Reference Library while Primo is only at the book title level? Something else? - Stephen Francoeur
Summon does full text searches for the content that it has the full text of. This includes searching the Hathi Trust collection for the books you have in your catalogue, even if you only have the print and don't have access to the Hathi Trust collection. - DJF from Android
Interesting. Didn't know that. We don't have any catalog records in our Summon instance, though. so there must be something else going on. - Stephen Francoeur
Oh, an idea. Maybe I need to go into the Summon admin module and turn off the citation-only records in Summon and see if that makes for more comparable searches. - Stephen Francoeur
Hmm. That didn't do anything. Maybe I have to wait until tomorrow to see if the citation-only records are now gone. But even if they were, we're still talking about orders of magnitude differences in Summon vs. Primo. - Stephen Francoeur
And why is it that in Primo you get slightly more search results when you're signed in? What exactly is being hidden from you when you aren't signed in and run searches? - Stephen Francoeur
I suspect that some of the companies that share records with Ex Libris put in their license a restriction that the records are only visible to authenticated users. Does that sound like a reasonable assumption? - Stephen Francoeur
I think that's true. In the activation wizard there are resources that are restricted for search and restricted for delivery. - Zamms
(liking so I can come back and consider this) - weelibrarian
Seems like Summon does a better job than Primo of offering equivalent records for items indexed in various EBSCO databases. So if your institution is heavily reliant on EBSCO subscriptions, maybe Summon is the better service (or EBSCO EDS). - Stephen Francoeur
I had so many questions like this about Primo that MFPOW and I were put under a gag order. And we didn't get Primo. #6YearsAgo - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
Are you on the Primo listserv? The discussions of the past week are not even being able to reconcile results comparing Primo to Primo. But, I can answer the "what are they hiding" - or at least say that I recall it is some EBSCO content you get logged in that you don't get logged out. (Let's hope I'm remembering that right!) - Lisa Hinchliffe
TO me the quest8ion is "waht do you want your discovery service to do?" Personally, I want my discovery layer to INDEX ALL THE THINGS and RETURN ALL THE HITS... whether the user is signed in or not. Once the user selects a result and wants the fll text, then the authentication check happens (and the user logs in if not already logged in). none of this "well it's indexed but you can't... more... - Aaron the Librarian
Lisa, I am on the Primo mailing list and was just now searching the archives. I found someone mentioning that Web of Science records are only visible if you've signed in. I haven't found any other specifics yet. I've been on the Ex Libris site, but they seem to have a lot of documentation hidden away in a place that only folks with support logins can get to. Aaron, I must say that I... more... - Stephen Francoeur
I'll add to Aaron's list - I want ALL THE RECORDS FOR THE SAME ITEM TO CONVERGE INTO ONE. Which was/is also a WoS issue with Primo (I don't know was/is since we no longer have Primo). - Lisa Hinchliffe
to make that vision work, we need a) open metadata, and b) unique identifiers for all the things (so we're not trying to dedupe via metadata fields, which is slow and error-prone). the former is... mostly feasible? given that most publishers at least put TOCs online? the latter would be easier if DOIs weren't expensive and red-tape-laden, or if they didn't have such an Aura of Holiness that publishers don't look at (cheaper, open) ARKs and PURLs. - RepoRat
Yes, but ultimately we need vendor-to-vendor agreements that let the products USE SAID INFORMATION FOR THE BENEFIT OF USERS. Oh, was I shouting? - Lisa Hinchliffe
Open metadata means f*** the vendors. *g* - RepoRat
That only works if the metadata includes the fulltext. Otherwise can still limit de-duping by contract in order to allow discovery vendor access to fulltext for search and ranking. - Lisa Hinchliffe
'Nother good argument for OA as well. *g* - RepoRat
I'd consider it a win if we could at least get open metadata. Here's a relevant post from last year that delves into these issues: - Stephen Francoeur
Hmm Primo sounds like Summon then with regards to WOS showing? EDS will show that a "highly revelant" record exists but only if you login then you can see the details. My understanding is Summon is a big fan of the dedupe and combine all things into a super record approach. But other discovery services and more importantly A&Is, don't like the idea because the super combined record approach means it's difficult for them or users to realise the contribution the A&I records adds to the process. Sigh. - aaron
off to see a realtor about a house...
PICS! - Meg VMeg
It's cute! - Meg VMeg
Nice! - bentley
Watch, now somebody else will out-bid me, just when I finally made up my mind - lris
nope they won't. you'll get it. also i've not done homerepair before, but watched a lot of rehab addict and i'll help operate sanders or something :) - Sir Shuping is just sir
You're going to have to hire somebody to do lawn care. And regrade the side of the house around that window well. - DJF from Android
Yep, and yep. - lris
Exciting!!! - Marie
Wow! The airlock is great and the bathroom looks like it was just redone. I also like that the kitchen cabinets have simple, flat doors as I was just noticing how much gunk collects in the grooves of mine. - Galadriel C. from Android
So explain to me the whole airlock thing? I've never seen one before. - Jaclyn aka spamgirl from Android
^ - Marie
Love the grain on the built-ins in the bedroom. If you get re-landscaped, you can save on hiring someone to do mowing, etc. (Owen Dell showed slides of a landscape he designed for a guy who wanted to do absolutely NO maintenance. He had pictures from years later and the guy really had done no maintenance and it looked terrific. Good luck! - Spidra Webster
And which room have you chosen as the yarn room? - Hedgehog
Oh, that's cute! Love the built-ins, and that enclosed front porch (totally giggling over "airlock") will be very, very nice in winter. - Kirsten
In my world, airlocks are mudrooms, if that's a word you know -- they give you a space in which you gear up and gear down for the outside weather, without bringing said weather into your foyer/house. So you go out into the airlock/mudroom to put on your boots and snowpants and coat and mittens and hat and scarf, all of which can then, later, be taken off there, and dry, before you open the door into your house. When it's -20F outside, and you're covered in snow, this is AWESOME. - Jenica
It is the bane of our existence that our house here has no mudroom/entryway/airlock (this is new to me as a term-always used mudroom) of any sort. Not even a hall closet. Yes, it's Virginia but yes, we have weather and clothes. Stupid, stupid builders. - Julie Kane
Huh, in my South Dakotan side of the family, a mud room includes a shower, because they're farmer stock and they come in from the hog farm or the fields and need a shower before entering the house proper. - lris
Justin and I dream of a house with a workshop for him that connects to the house via a mudroom with the laundry and a shower in it... Work with nasty chemicals and metal filings and sawdust, then drop all your dirty clothes and take a shower before coming into the house proper. PERFECTION. - Jenica
The house I grew up in had a breezeway that attached the garage to the house. The first room after that was a hallway that had, on one end, a full bath, and then the laundry area. We definitely used that area to divest ourselves of filthy barn clothes, coveralls, etc. Horse muck did not belong in the house. - Katy S
Oooooo. All of those things sound amazing. Our long-term plan is to expand and cover/enclose our deck, add a mudroom there, and an open deck off of our bedroom. And finish the basement, with bathroom. Sigh. Someday. - Julie Kane
Oddly, out here, laundry rooms are sometimes called mudrooms--e.g., ours is between our "breakfast nook" and garage. I like the airlock idea for climates where it's more frequently needed... - Walt Crawford
Creeping charley is very good at holding soil down. I'm all for it. - maʀtha
I like the closets and cabinets very much - maʀtha
so much wood! i see lots of potential in the sun room. it's cute! - kendrak
you're gonna love that screen porch!! it's also cat heaven!! - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
I've read through this three times trying to find your post that your offer was accepted. Well? (The house is really, really nice, so I hope that it was.) - Mama Lawson
I don't know yet if the offer was accepted, and the realtor expects we won't know until early next week. The suspense is killing me. - lris
Happiest Birthday to DJF! May your day begin with a good cup of coffee and get better from there
Happy birthday! - RepoRat
Happy Birthday David! - Hedgehog from Android
Maybe Merry and Pippin will bake you a cake - maʀtha from Android
Happy birthday! - Catherine Pellegrino
Happy birthday!!!!! - lris
Happy birthday! - Galadriel C.
Happy bday. - Joe
Jason P
There's yer cat photo, Pellegrino. Quit complaining
<3 - RepoRat
Calvin looks happy to have a friend. - RepoRat
d'AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW - Catherine Pellegrino
That really is too cute a pic. - Kirsten from Android
So cuddly! - Katy S
(also I totally did log in to The Evil Empire JUST TO SEE THAT PIC so there, Puckett.) - Catherine Pellegrino
Cuddly kitties are the best thing ever. - laura x from iPhone
We all miss Mina, but Leon is a charming little bugger in his own right. - Jason P
Awww, I thought you named your cat Pellegrino. - Kristin
Maybe the next one. - Jason P
Stephen Francoeur
Love the thinking behind these posters that @rdlankes is proposing: Question ____ @ your library. #critlib
Love the thinking behind these posters that @rdlankes is proposing: Question ____ @ your library. #critlib
Stephen Francoeur
The big list of "Did you mean?" messages you wish you could program in your library's catalog, discovery service, site search, or article databases:
Like, "You probably didn't mean..."? - Meg VMeg
Did you mean to search for something as banal as that? - Stephen Francoeur from Android
"American history?" Srsly? - Stephen Francoeur from Android
"Harvard Business School Case Study"? let me tell you about those asses. - ellbeecee from Android
"This is not a phone directory." - Zamms
"Stress in the workplace?" Just try managing this library's electronic resources. I'll tell you all about stress in the workplace. - Stephen Francoeur from Android
"Library hours? WRONG SEARCH BOX, braintrust." - RepoRat
WTF? Maybe you should see someone real, and not just try to figure it out yourself. - Christina Pikas
What you're asking for is physically impossible, despite what any vendor may have told you - Christina Pikas
"Rent a book from the library?" We're not that desperate for cash...yet. - Stephen Francoeur
I LOVE YOU PEOPLE. - Catherine Pellegrino
"um, ouch?" - Christina Pikas
"Bio 532? Yeah, your professor's stuck in 1983. Go to the desk for the assignment cheat codes, 'k?" - RepoRat
"'Messianic claimants'? Go talk to a librarian; we've been fielding this assignment every semester for YEARS." - Catherine Pellegrino
Did you mean "United States relations Nigeria" instead of "Dear blessed sir, I would like to find out more about the relationship the United States has had with Nigeria over the years. Any help that you can provide will be greatly appreciated. THE LORD BE WITH YOU!" - Zamms
"controversial topic" Did you mean "gun control" "assault weapons" "open carry" "same sex marriage" "health care" "minimum wage increase" abortion - ellbeecee
write down the call number of that reserve book, because we take the unusual position of shelving our books by call number, not by class nmber - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
"What am I, spellcheck?" - YvonneM
Jason P
Welcome to the family, Leon.
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awwwww! hi sweetie! - RepoRat
He's about nine weeks old and early signs indicate that he and Calvin may get on famously. - Jason P
Marley couldn't give a shit. He strode in and stole part of her dinner and she didn't even look up at him. She's seen 'em come and go. - Jason P
He's adorable - such unique coloring! - Laura
What a cutie! - Galadriel C. from Android
Cute, but he looks like he may be an advance scout for the Alien Cat Invasion. Something about the eyes ... - MoTO Boychick Devil
Odds are good he'll darken up a bit as he grows, which will make his coloring even more striking. - RepoRat
EARS. omg the ears! - Catherine Pellegrino
I love the super black nose - Hedgehog
and toe beans! - RepoRat
I LOVE HIM. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
We're gonna need this many pictures every day. You know that, right? - RepoRat
He and Calvin are becoming buddies. It's amazing to watch. - Jason P
Is he a Maine Coon? Cause he has a big M on his little forehead. And he will be a substantial cat. - ♫Maurice the Trainer♫
He could have some MC blood, Maurice. (He's a shelter mutt, so who knows.) We're going on the theory that he might be a Siamese/tabby mix, given his points and the stripes on his face, and the blue in his eyes, but he definitely doesn't have the Siamese voice. I think he may be a big guy too. He eats like a horse. - Jason P
Siamese tabby all the way. He looks just like my friend Sarah's cat did, as a kitten, and we know she was a S/T mix. He also has that slight cross-eyed look that siamese cats get. Miles has it, too. ;) - Jenica
oh em gee the cute! cannot stand! - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
He's very outgoing but still often shy about being petted or picked up. Yesterday I caught him napping, picked him up to cuddle him, and he went "eeeeeeEEEEeeee hey this is okay PURRRRRRRRRRR", so I have high hopes that he's going to end up being very sociable. He follows Calvin around the house wanting to play now, and Cal seems to like it. - Jason P
It takes a few days before they get over OMG UNFAMILIAR PLACE. He's gonna be just fine. - RepoRat
Oh, totally. He was in "high-speed exploring mode" almost immediately. No fear. - Jason P
ADORABLE - Mary Carmen
Holly's favorite Anna
RT @erinrwhite: Librarian up (verb): to do your damn research and use that information as a force for good. Not exclusively reserved for librarians, btw.
Sarah G.
Seriously, you guys....stop making infinite scroll webpages.
Especially when the contact information is only at the bottom of the page. This happened once. I would see it for just a second and *poof* it was gone in the scroll. - bentley
No Omega - Eric - Let Me Know
Betsy - I remember Facebook being like that for a long time. There were links that only appeared in the footer, and you could never get to them because of the infinite scroll. Those were times when I was actually thankful to have a slow connection. Not sure if Facebook is still that way or not (I haven't needed to use those links for a few years). - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
I call that "Sisyphean scroll". - Deborah Fitchett
Couple years ago a client hired a PR person who insisted contact info had to go in the footer - that it wasn't good enough to have it in the header or at the top of the right-hand sidebar. Infinite scroll mean's I'm right. - Mary B: #TeamMonique
Deborah++ for "Sisyphean scroll". - Andrew C (✔)
Whosoever scrolls to the ende of thys page is rightful kinge of Britain. - Andrew C (✔)
I always got around that by opening an individual item page in a new tab, which only has 1 piece of content, therefore nothing to infinitely scroll. Page stops at the footer. ;) - April Russo
Meg VMeg
Leftover yellow dal, over rice, topped with 2 poached eggs.
Meg VMeg
Today I got to show how bad an expensive thing's search algorithm/logic was, to the person who made the thing, in front of people much more important than I am.
I felt bad, but what could I do? Socialization is a bitch. - Meg VMeg
Usually I only get to demonstrate how bad things are to vendor reps at conferences. They're always terribly distraught but so far it's never really helped anything. - Deborah Fitchett
Awesome. - laura x from iPhone
You're a good egg, Meg. - Stephen Francoeur
it's a dirty job, but somebody's gotta do it. - RepoRat
If the person is interested in building a good Thing, you did him/her a huge favor. - barbara fister
Holly's favorite Anna
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