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Remembering Jack

The fifth of September,  his parent’s touched down
the first time they’d been to Phuket
it wasn’t a moment of joy for them both
but one they would never forget… 252 more words


Be a better person to have a better life

I’m a firm believer that every so often one should press pause to take stock of  life. With how fast society makes us move, it’s all too easy to lose sight of what’s important. 884 more words

Life Lessons

Five Ways to Survive and Chew On the Dreaded Critique

I have had my sail knocked out a few times from sharp words and would find myself drowning in an ocean of tears.  I always  have the best pity parties in which I down the world’s largest BLT sandwich and inhale a Boston cream doughnut for dessert. 284 more words


Computational Thinking and Archives

Yesterday, I was part of a panel with two brilliant colleagues (and a really great moderator) about computational thinking and problem solving in a library context. 1,148 more words


time marches on...

Ack… what a long month this has turned out to be… September has been a time of confusion, conflicting emotion and that old beast “what if” rears it’s ugly head every year about this time. 1,183 more words


The Biggest Scam Of All...

I remember how badly I wanted to grow old and do grown up things when I was a kid, now that I have gotten a taste of it, I want to go back into my mummy’s warm, quiet womb and just chill there for another decade or so. 795 more words



I used to think that this city was really polarizing, but I think this morning it’s been re-affirmed to me that it’s not about the city at all. 939 more words