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So someone whined (yes, you did whine) that they could not post a comment on my blog. I was fixing some settings a while back and turned the comments off by mistake. Sorry about that. Whine I mean comment away! Melissa ——- Update 7/17/11: So reloaded some software and some posts are coming up with […]
Did you know that the Library of Congress has hundreds of free webcasts available for the public to watch? I read about this today on the blog ‘So Many Books.’ So being the book geek that I am, I just had to take a look. It turns out, the LOC has a great collection of […]
PhDiva had this posted on her blog and it is just too funny!
With my Master’s Prospectus “Exploring the History and Change of Mosque Architecture in Guyana” now officially turned in (now I just wait to see if my committee approves it or not, before I can move on to the next stage: writing the paper, which I have actually started because as it has to be between […]
I am sick and tired of deleting out hundreds of spam a day! So until I install a spam-guard, or whatever they are called, if you want to leave a comment I need to approve it. Sorry for the inconvenience. But hopefully that will cut down on the evil spam (a pox/plague upon the houses […]
So I was getting sick and tired of the winter and flowers blog headers which come with the two blog designs that I use. So I finally had some time to do something about it (I am currently in-between classes – aka summer break and I am done grading the 100+ final research papers for the online classes that I teach. […]
You might have noticed that I am updating the blog. Since the ’23 things on a Stick’ web program is done, I have been getting rid of some of the ‘Things’ they had you add to your blog (these were things I was not overly found of). So things might change, vanish forever, or suddenly […]
So for a while I have been trying to find a people counter that would work. There are some really cool ones out there, like ones that work with Google maps (which I could not get to work), and I finally found ClustrMaps and actually got it to work. The only thing it records is hits and […]
One of my new favorite blogs is PhDiva http://phdiva.blogspot.com/ Written by Dorothy King its about an American PhD living in London. This blog certainly has the British feel for info on Archaeology, Art, Life and Politics.
Welcome to my blog! Recently I have been become fascinated with the concept of the blog. So I decided to create my own personal blog full of interesting info on a wide variety of subjects and other items that currently interest me: a librarian in Minnesota. Thanks for reading and come back soon, Melissa