True Stories from a Library Near You...No "Shh!"

If you work in a library, you know that the most outrageous, unbelievable, disgusting, heartwarming things happen in libraries every day. Librarians receive the most outrageous reference questions , witness incredibly awkward patron interactions , and overhear hilarious conversations every day.

Now there is a website designed exclusively for librarians to share the true stories of all the crazy things that happen in libraries! The Merry Librarian ( is hilarious, heartbreaking, outrageous, and down-right entertaining to anyone who has ever worked in a library.

Check it out today, and send in your own outrageous stories!

The Merry Librarian
True Stories from a Library Near You...No "Shh!"
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How to Kill Innovation

I just had to share this post from Library Bytes and the article from University Business that inspired it. Apparently, discouraging progress is a problem everywhere!

Kudos to Prof. Longhair for sending me the link!

Bunny Burnstein

Undecided Voters

From the New Yorker: David Sedaris writes: "Don’t know that it was always this way, but, for as long as I can remember, just as we move into the final weeks of the Presidential campaign the focus shifts to the undecided voters. “Who are they?” the news anchors ask. “And how might they determine the outcome of this election?” Sooo funny and right on.

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