Sarah C on Berlin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!… katieherzog on Cycling for Libraries bike… Jeanne Herzog on Day 4 Susan Rosenberg on Waren (Müritz) dad on Waren (Müritz)
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
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
Party at the Royal Library tonight; and we leave tomorrow morning!
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.
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
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
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.”