In my cataloging classes at Indiana University, the instructor had us sign up for the Autocat listserv, with online archives available from GMane or the list home page at Syracuse University.
One of the courses I took during my final semester of classes at Indiana University SLIS-Indy was Information architecture for the Web. The main project was to create a web site for a small public library in Indiana.
Back in the mid-'90s, during the end of the Star Trek : the Next Generation run, Phil Farrand was running a Nitpicker's website.
I won an online contest earlier this year with SpecGram, the leading journal of satirical linguistics.
This my discussion of an article inThe Chronicle of Higher Education that I posted to the forums of one of my classes at IU-SLIS-Indy.
A box of Huggies baby wipes (very close to the restrooms on the first floor).
How do you save money in a tough economy? Go to the library instead of the bookstore or video place.
First, there was an earthquake in southern Illinois about 5:30 AM eastern daylight time. I didn't feel it, but I heard dogs barking. I though "not again." There was a lost dog who would bark in the courtyard of my apartment complex in November or December; the animal control people finally had to take care of him. This quake measured 5.2 on the Richter scale. There was an aftershock [link broken] at 11:15 that was not as strong, but I noticed it.