One of the biggest personal projects I’m starting this year is the digitization of many family documents. I’ve selected the following three collections that are a good combination of being easy to digitize and personally meaningful: WH diaries My grandmother wrote daily diary entries from 1932 through 2003. The diaries are rich with family history […]
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“Books”. Flickr user ilovetypography.com. Source. “twilight”. Flickr user kilgub. Source. “Zeppelin bij Empire State Building in aanbouw / Zeppelin near the Empire State Building under construction”. Flickr user Nationaal Archief. Source.
“the littlest librarian.” Flickr user DiscourseMarker. Source. “how long have you been gay?” Flickr user deflam. Source. “Marbled Paper, Red.” Flickr user rosefirerising. Source.
Ok, I found this funny. Apparently Google isn’t smart enough to differentiate between an f and the long s. Pity.
“The natural world has such a secret power for me, it is such a source of strength and affirmation. . . . But then there are human beings, too, and they, too, are beautiful and treacherous and full of such mystery. God knows we need someone to tell us the human is beautiful these days, […]
Serving LGBTIQ Library and Archives Users: Essays on Outreach, Service, Collections and Access edited by Ellen Greenblatt This volume is a sequel of sorts to Cal Gough and Ellen Greenblatt’s Gay and Lesbian Library Service (1990). It covers the same ground as its predecessor, updating and expanding topics, as well as introducing new ones–most notably […]
It is a truism that people do not read end user license agreements (EULAs) before accepting them. As Jeff Sauro mentions in his post at Measuring Usability, not only are such agreements long and boring, but they also present a single legitimate choice for the end user: agree to the terms and proceed to use […]