Each of these deserves a post of their own, but in the interests of getting them out there quickly …
Yay! Made the finals of the Research Blogging Awards in the category Best Blog – Philosophy, Research, or Scholarship. If you want to vote for me (or for fellow library blog Laika’s Med Lib Log), you need to register with Research Blogging before 4 March.
Found out I am a web ostrich (“social, fast-moving and specialised”) by doing the BBC Labs test, devised by CIBER, and explained by Ian Rowlands on the site.
Received notification that our paper (lead author: Claire Ross) has been accepted for Digital Humanities 2010.
Met some lovely people at Reading University Library, Archaeology Department and Typography Department. (Thanks, LinkSphere).
Agreed to take part in an evening salon in April for The Library of Babel / In and Out of Place, and bagged an invitation to the exhibition preview last night. (Thanks, 176 / Zabludowicz Collection).
Booked to attend the Centre for Digital Humanities’ first digital excursion to the Petrie Museum (and you can, too – it’s FREE).
And then tomorrow, there is the Feminist Library Open Day, promoting their Training For All scheme – press release here. It’s unlikely I’ll actually make it away from the computer (working on the book) to get down there, but if you’re interested in librarianship, particularly radical librarianship, come on down and find out what’s on offer.