Monthly Archives: April 2009

The Observer: A bad week for…librarianship

Luckily just a silly article, rather than another statement about the decline of the profession: Homo Britannicus by Professor Chris Stringer, a groundbreaking historical biological work about the origin of humans in Britain, was met with confusion at Manchester University, … Continue reading

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LibWorld: Library blogs worldwide

LibWorld is a recent publication that’s worth a look for anyone interested in library blogging worldwide. It’s a collection of 30 articles, originally posted on Infobib.de. Each article discusses the library and information blogosphere in a different country; from the … Continue reading

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