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The theme-ology of Life

Date: 101817, typed up: 101917

The theme-ology of Life

Scanning exercises and scanning as review

By goura fotadar

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source, cited: Danielle Steel/ Legacy… 493 more words

Charles Percy Bourne

Title: Information Scientist, Educator

Company: Charles Bourne and Associates

Location: Menlo Park, California, United States

Charles Percy Bourne, President of Charles Bourne and Associates, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in Library Sciences.

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Thinking About Access

Some scattered thoughts about access to cultural institutions and GLAM (gallery, library, archive, museum) spaces that have been rattling around in my head for about a month, mostly questions. 394 more words

Library Science

The Brain: The Final Frontier?

(Or, a reflection on my first fortnight at CityLIS)

The first two weeks of study for the DITA module of my Masters course at City have been primarily focused on the history of computing. 574 more words

Apocalyptic Future

Small data

In a data driven society, the individual identity is homogenised wearing the uniform dictated to it by algorithms. We are absorbed like liquid vitamins into the tissue of data, a living organism, even when we think that we remain solid. 624 more words


What does the Apocalyptic future hold for LIS?

What does the apocalyptic future hold for librarians and researchers?
As a fan of science fiction, it makes sense that my first toe dip into the world of LIS blogging would involve outlandish sci-fi scenarios. 573 more words

Apocalyptic Future