Good. But Lazy. And that’s all I’m going to say.
Just a little something I have done on the side…
(I did not write it, I was interviewed for it)
One day I am going to have to evaluate my presence on the web and whether or not I should (should’ve – past tense) go about it in a different, slightly more thoughtful and professional way.
In the meantime, isn’t this lovely?
Does this make you want to start studying library and information science and get more involved in the profession?
So I’ve just been selected as the new editor of e-Library Life, a fortnightly newsletter to LIANZA members, starting with my first issue due on Monday the 15th of November (was 1st, but I have two assignments due quite soon!!). Let me tell you now, I’m quite stoked 🙂
Who says you can’t do anything without a degree?!?!?
I’m so stoked, and huge props and thanks must go to Mike and Alli and the LIANZA council for selecting me. For all I know, my application was the only one, but still, I’m stoked 🙂 Stoked that I stay true to myself and keep putting my hand up, and this time it feels like I’ve been professionally accepted 🙂 YAY
Ok enough with the dang smiley faces man!
I’d just like to let you know that life (to use a nerdy book analogy) is all about reading, and page turning, and book switching. There’s a good quote somewhere that,
“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.”
– St. Augustine
I like that. I feel like I’m starting a new book right now, or just browsing at the title page, still really looking at that and the tp. verso heh and looking at all the publication data. ahhh I’m such a geek.
Anyhooo, I’m going to be calling on all my networks in my role as editor of a fortnightly e-mail/e-newsletter. I’m excited, and I hope you are too.
Expect to hear from me soooooon! Yes, I’m totally going to be sniffing you out, like an alpacca…