This is the type of coloring book for simple folk like me who don’t want to be bothered by intricate, mind-numbing mandala like designs.
Or just view the post here: http://ischoolgroups.sjsu.edu/connext/?p=1662
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The American Library Association’s 2015 Annual Conference will be held in San Francisco June 25th-30th, yes the same weekend as PRIDE! It’s going to be a fun-filled weekend. The Library, Archive and Gallery have many things planned for the long weekend, but we need your help. On Thursday June…
Things are finally coming together. Since March I’ve been deciding on how to be a good host to people visiting San Francisco for the American Library Association’s annual conference and how to navigate it all while enjoying SF Pride in the process. There’s lots to do, and lots of it happens south of Market Street … Continue reading
Now, this may sound completely negative but it isn’t. The only down side is that, working part-time, means that you only get part-time pay + job experience. What you do with that OTHER time you are not at work, should be something stellar: 1. Learning origami 2. Working out like Demi Moore for the role … Continue reading
Originally posted on The Lone Wolf Librarian:
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It’s been a little over a month where I stopped being the Archivist-in-Residence at The Center for Sex & Culture. Since then we were able to recruit someone who has a great handle on the archives and someone who will work well with the library team. We have an intern at the gallery and another … Continue reading
Since the creation of the corded phone we have been communicating in bed. At least me. What’s worse…we flash forward to mobile technology (beyond laptops and PDAs) and guess what? I’m writing this post in bed.
Listening to: A “best of” New Order Drinking: microwaved coffee with non-fat milk that’s gone cold Wearing: Cords and a V-neck sweater When I started blogging in 2002, I used to write what I was listening to, what I was drinking and what I was wearing. I did that religiously and was a way that people … Continue reading
…even though it’s graffiti.