Archive for March, 2009

Life as a library school student has become exactly as hectic as I always dreamed it would be.  I’ve spent a lot of time working on my Project, Marketing, and Assessment Plan that will convince a local public library to start a Teen Advisory Board, whether they like it or not.  This week, though, has […]



I have to take just a quick minute away from librarying to extend my ardently enthusiastic congratulations to my brother and his old lady, who welcomed their first youngster into the world on Friday. Ladies and gentlemen, this is Peyton Rose, who was born at 3:19 p.m. on March 6.  She weighed about average, and […]

When my partner and I were choosing Web 2.0 applications for our class assignment, “Creating a Class Web 2.0 Wiki,” my primary selection criterion was that I had very little experience with the application that we would be utilizing.  Before IST 611, I had never heard of the Zoho Office Suite, nor had I ever […]

Today marks a very important milestone in my life.  It was on this exact day, five years ago, that I started my first blog. Just a few months before MySpace entered my existence, and quite a while before this crazy thing called Facebook, I was on LiveJournal, sharing my thoughts with whoever wanted to read […]