For those of you who love libraries, there is an episode of This American Life you should listen to called “The Room of Requirement.”
I found this article “Computer Stories: A.I. Is Beginning to Assist Novelists” interesting. Does knowing a program added bits of text to a novel change how you view the work?
Looking for ” a leader in research and teaching in the context of new multidisciplinary clusters.”
Do you think whoever thought this was a good idea will have a job in the fall?
For the most part libraries, especially research libraries, are seen as bastions of knowledge and elitism.
Are libraries becoming less collection focused and more focused on community engagement through teaching and public spaces?
Don’t panic, there is still a free lecture-capture solution for everyone.
The Digital Public Library of America has an opening for the position of DPLA Network Manager.
Interested in using Slack for teaching?
American Libraries journal turns article into Gale advertisement and the writers want you to know the truth.
Interested in programming, creative writing and aesthetics? “Geek Sublime: The Beauty of Code, the Code of Beauty” by Vikram Chandra may be the book for you.
“Toddler Delivers Commencement at Smith College” is a satire I wrote and posted on my site.