Monthly Archives: May 2011

Day 4

The organizers set up a circus tent and all of the librarians engaged in an extremely serious big top strategizing until midnight, after cycling all day. This is a dedicated group. Today we had a fantastic skype meeting with Buffy … Continue reading

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We are fed, tired, happy, and sleeping in an elementary school

We arrived at the school at 10pm after a full day of cycling and visiting libraries along the way. Yes it rained, yes we rode into massive wind, and yes I was the first one to fall off my bike! Ha … Continue reading

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Ready, set……

Party at the Royal Library tonight; and we leave tomorrow morning!

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Dear G-D my new bike rocks

Like an unexpected valentine the post delivered to the wrong address and a benevolent neighbor brought over after an entire day spent looking for love in all the wrong places…. it miraculously appeared, and is lovely, fast, and cherry red.

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Copenhagen

Five minutes on Danish soil and I’ve already proven myself as an information un-professional, accidentally writing my directions in Danish and somehow forgetting I don’t read Danish. After backtracking a couple of metro stops and dodging cyclists through cobblestone streets … Continue reading

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Homework

Participants were asked to submit homework regarding library related issues or concerns they wish to address during Cycling for Libraries. Here’s what I came up with: http://www.cyclingforlibraries.org/2011/05/23/katies-homework-library-aesthetics-in-an-information-age Production vs Marketing: Library Aesthetics in an Information Age I am interested in … Continue reading

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Cycling for Libraries bike jerseys

I’m almost done painting my bike jerseys for the ride, my goal is to have one per day. The back of each shirt has a different quote from “Archives of Library Research from The Molesworth Institute.”

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