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Category Archives: Travel Schmavel

Top Tech Trends, Wish Fulfillment, or Nightmares?

Note: be sure to read this post if you AREN’T going to ALA Annual — because there’s some free (as in zero-cost) participation opportunities here.  For this conference’s LITA Top Technology Trends, I am part of an online team honchoed by Cindi Trainor that will facilitate a concurrent online discussion. I will post to here, […]

Out and About, Early 2009

I was invited to something called TripIt, and ok, I’ll give it a shot. But there’s no substitute for the ol’ blog entry on Where I Be for the next several months. Will our paths cross? Would you like a personal or professional visit?  Is there a spot where I should try to squeeze in […]

On being a Community Librarian, and this and that

I have had so many ideas rolling around in my head, and so much catch-up time, that I’ve been stumped every time I open WordPress. So I’m pushing out the first idea in case it’s like the piece of paper caught in the printer, holding up everything else. I get asked how I like being […]

Qantas: please deliver my luggage!

Update: the Qantas lady immediately credited me $100 (Australian) which will at least keep me in shirts, socks, and undies.  I felt she was on my side and listening. They aren’t really sure what plane the bag will be on and we had a talk about my plans for Thursday that I hope was very, […]

My Wild and Crazy Month

This afternoon I drive to Norcross, kicking off over a month of travel here and there (with many mini-trips built in). 10/12 – 10/16: TLH to Norcross. Working on-site at My Place Of Work. Mini-trips include Newton County Library System, Athens Public Library, and COMO. I wanted to touch base with a colleague who said […]

Thanks, Delta Lady

I have been on a wild ride for two weeks — and almost didn’t get off, thanks to another Delta error. Due to a chain of events beginning with a delayed flight out of Albuquerque last Sunday, I never made it home. Delta ultimately rebooked me into Boston, where I was flying the next day, […]