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Doug Archer thinks twice before he Googles.
Archer, a reference and peace studies librarian at the University of Notre Dame, is careful not to type potentially inflammatory words, such as "bomb."
Why? Because he knows the government might be watching.
Finger scanners to keep tabs on librarians
Librarians, archivists to commence strike
This afternoon, librarians and archivists at The University of Western Ontario announced they would commence strike action effective 12:01 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 8
Interesting profile of Yeri Nurita, a librarian at the National Library of Indonesia in the Jakarta Globe.
Among other subjects, the interviewer asks her about the sort of problems th
The Onion nails it on this one: We Need To Do More When It Comes To Having Brief, Panicked Thoughts About Climate Change.
The problem with solving all our climate change-related problems is basically that all the people on the planet are human.
Seniors, Women Embracing Tablets, E-Readers
Open access to scientific knowledge and feudalism knowledge: Is there a connection?
Another issue full of interesting articles:
Jennifer Lee (author of 'The Stress Relief Handbook') thinks that being a librarian is a low-stress job and recommends it as such.
This is number two on my recent list of low stress jobs that are out there.
I’ve always found the idea of working in a library pretty appealing and may even wind up doing i
What IT Professionals Can Learn from Librarians