November 23, 2005

On foreign soil

Since the carpet people have arrived to rip and replace around my desk this morning I've decamped to go and work at the Learning Grid. Since the manager Rachel Edwards is often hot-desking in our office I thought I'd return the favour and bug her for a few hours. It is lovely and warm, not to mention surprisingly quiet here right now so I've been able to sign off on the talk I'm doing on exploiting blogs for librarians tomorrow already. Now to finish writing an article for SCONUL Focus and then some more work trying to make sense of the reading list survey.

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  1. Good luck for your talk tomorrow

    23 Nov 2005, 16:59

  2. Cheers Kieran – you can be assured I paint the hard working coder/developers with a lavish golden coat :)

    23 Nov 2005, 17:02


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