@ashley I linked a bunch of Australian librarians to your CMS spreadsheet today. Sorry in advance if you suddenly get a lot of queries!
What do role playing games, swing dancing, BDSM, polyamory, and exhibitions have in common? 🤔 Find out in my latest #GLAMblogclub post for the monthly theme of ‘play’
@alissa I am pleasantly surprised by how good this is 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼
Are libraries grabbing onto that one stable thing (print material) during a crisis because that's all they think about? Despite trying to tell the public 'we're more than just books' for years. Seems like a huge step backwards, and shows how much lip service makerspaces, third place, movements are. #reset
Q3. It's been really interesting seeing what services have been pushed, and moved online. The huge push here and in the US is very much focused on print material (click and collects, deliveries). Despite eresouces being a thing for over a decade. #reset
I've been thinking about Q2 today and wonder if this is the time we can demand a return to the original FTTH NBN plan. I see a lot of libraries say they needed to reopen to provide basic internet access, but that is just a bandaid solution. The local gov area I work for is one of the poorest metro areas in terms of internet access #reset
I've been thinking about disaster capitalism all day with Rio Tinto destroying First Nation sacred sites in WA today 😡 #reset
Doing #reset reading group tonight. I'm Andrew (will also answer to Edward) a librarian living an working on Whadjuk boodja.
Kate finally solidified some feelings I was having about those 3D printed masks in this article. I might be able to pull a blog post together now. Anyway good read https://mcmansionhell.com/post/618938984050147328/coronagrifting-a-design-phenomenon
@alissa I just arranged for my swing school's isolation Lindy hop classes on YouTube to get slurped up by Pandora (via SLWA) 😁 Since when has pandora been able to archive YouTube???
A writer with weird ideas and a polytheism fixation. My alter ego lives in the library working with tech.
For a librarian, business /is/ pleasure.
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