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In 2061 : odyssey three / Arthur C. Clarke, main character Heywood Floyd remembers that line of poetry from something he had studied in college.
According to Clarke's prediction of technology, Clarke states
With no further clues, it might take the station Computer quite a while -- perhaps as much as ten minutes -- to locate the line in the whole body of English literature.
(From the beginning of chapter 7)
These were my contributions to the recent Twitter trend #DemotedMovies, where movie titles were altered to something less. These appear in chronological order rather than the reverse chronological order Twitter for the web likes so well. Some entries include comments.
After my love of technical services came out in a recent interview for a public librarian position, I decided I needed to get back to improve my training and experience. As a result, I discovered and applied to the Certificate of Advanced Study (CAS) program at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. (The Library School is on the Champaign side of the campus.) They are about the only place I found on the North American continent with a post-MLS program available in technical services. The essay from my application is below the fold, with links added.
As I mentioned previously, the Edgar Springs Community Library is moving this Saturday as part of Make a Difference Day.
The Edgar Springs Community Library is moving and would like to expand our reference collection.
After gathering research from the AutoCAT and Missouri Library Association ListServs, I presented LibraryThing as an option for cataloging at the July Board Meeting
The Edgar Springs Community Library will be moving in October. It is a relatively new library, having first been established in 2007, to provide library service for residents of southern Phelps County, which does not have a countywide system.
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.