Monthly Archives: February 2011

Pink and Libraries

I’m behind on my reading (OK, I haven’t even started the book I meant to read this week), so here are some very random thoughts (Post-a-Week, remember?): P!nk—is awesome! Librarianship is often described as a “pink” profession. In my (limited) … Continue reading

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Book read: Zamenhof

Aleksander Korzhenkov, Zamenhof: The Life, Works and Ideas of the Author of Esperanto (2010) Dr. L. L. Zamenhof, a Russian Jewish ophthalmologist, created Esperanto, an artificial language intended to serve as an international auxiliary language. Aleksander Korzhenkov’s biography is the … Continue reading

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Blogger Accent

I saw this over on Jill’s blog and thought it would be fun to do the same thing here. Basically, say a list of words and then answer some questions so that people can hear what your accent sounds like. … Continue reading

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