It’s been a little while since I last posted anything. My time has been absorbed by LIS 6080 and the use of Microsoft Office which has become my albatross. Supposedly, it’s very easy to use, but I have never operated that system before and am getting a crash course with a budget proposal.
This blog is supposed to be about my assumptions, experiences and how my assumptions match up to my experiences. It is also about Ralph Munn, one of the 100 library leaders and why he still matters. As I previously mentioned, Munn seemed like an interesting character with a connection to Andrew Carnegie who was taken as a subject before I could get to him. My only real connection to Carnegie is having lived in Pittsburgh and been to the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. That place is great.
There’s the man himself. More to come.