It's on days like this that I'm glad we no longer live in Armitage Bridge, but halfway up a hill which looks down on Armitage Bridge. The BBC web site has this photo of Armitage Bridge… After spending several minutes wondering if the Armitage Bridge that I knew (which is mostly traditional old stone houses) [...]
Posts from ‘January, 2008’
…are to be had at librariandressup.com! Many thanks to Amy — whose current Facebook status is "face of an angel and the mouth of a sailor" — for the link (possibly via Phil Bradley?)
Marshall Breeding has published the results of the "Perceptions 2007: An International Survey of Library Automation" and I doubt they'll make comfortable reading at SirsiDynix HQ (unless Scribe has got it right!)… The products of SirsiDynix, Unicorn and Horizon, received low satisfaction scores from libraries responding to the survey. Unicorn, the companyâ€™s flagship ILS performed [...]
Many thanks to Boline Skovly and Filmmagasinet Ekko for publishing an article about the site (specifically the 1000 Frames of Hitchcock project)… Hitchcock â€” stykke for stykkeFan har lagt 50.000 billeder fra Hitchcocks film ud pÃ¥ nettet. Guf for undervisere, mener ekspert.
Kudos if you automatically sang to yourself "…see how fast the bastard turns" If you've no idea what I'm on about, then YouTube is your friend. Anyway, I got to playing around with the OPAC keyword cloud data and ImageMagick and came up with this (reload that web page to get a new image)… I [...]