I could swear that I've blogged before about bubbles and how excited one of my graduate school professors was about how in the then-near future, we could drive across country listening to "our" radio station, rather than continually trying to find a station that played music we enjoyed. It worried me then, this bubble, and… Continue reading Bubble Bursting
When you live in the Northeast, you get used to snow. Lots of snow. I grew up in Central New York's snow belt and have spent my adult life in New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts. And - no surprise, I'm sure - snow days are as exciting for teachers and librarians as they are for… Continue reading Not quite a day off
I've had a lot of professional development over the years, in a variety of industries (there was a 12 year gap between college and getting my MLS). A few times I've felt as though I should demand a refund for hours of my life absolutely wasted. Most of the time there's been something I can… Continue reading Best. PD. Ever.