LiberryDwarf

April 30, 2010

“I remixed a remix, it was back to normal…”

Filed under: Books, Librarian, News Articles, YouTube — liberrydwarf @ 4:32 pm

Well, turns out that the boss did get turned around due to volcano ash as I hypothesized last week, so thankfully things can go back to normal tomorrow. (And yes I say tomorrow, Saturday, since poor little yours truly drew the short straw and has to sit bored silly on her ass all day answering the same Journalism essay questions 50 times. And campus pizza isn’t even open. Fail.)

Anyway, here’s the fun I got up to this week since I could delegate crappy jobs to others and since none of my friends were talking to me while I was the boss…

1) Unless you want people to think you’re a cannibal, PROOFREAD PROPERLY! (Reminiscent of the Simpsons Treehouse of Horror – “there’s still MORE space dust on this book…”)

2) And everyone says we librarians have no sense of humour… oh wait. (Actually, long time readers know I’m a great fan of the passive aggressive note in whatever situation, not necessarily just libraries. Just sort of has a nice poetic sense to it there…)

3) Finally YouTube: and while I can’t make my mind up whether Glee is grin-inducing awesome or yawn-inducing boring (seems to change week to week!) I do love a well-done mashup. And this one? Winner – works very very well!

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2 Comments »

  1. You should check this out: http://www.bootiemashup.com/bestof/

    You can download lots of really great mashups there, legally, for free. 🙂

    Comment by kalafudra — April 30, 2010 @ 7:12 pm


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