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Monthly Archives: February 2012
The biennial VALA2012 Conference and Exhibition was held from 6 – 9 earlier this month at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. The theme for this conference was emPowering eFutures.
The late American novelist, William Styron (Sophie’s Choice), once said: “A great book should leave you with many experiences, and slightly exhausted at the end. You live several lives while reading.” It would appear, therefore, that for Tomyam, nine are not … Continue reading
seriously, you don’t get out much (or is it that you get out too much and don’t waste spend enough time on facebook) if you missed this meme that did the rounds last week.
When the day comes where ebooks prevail over prints, what will you do with your physical collection? Slovakian installation artist Matej Kren may have an answer for you.
Here’s an interesting infographics which I found on Infographics Showcase – Anatomy of a Librarian.
This beautiful arch is still standing firmly on the grounds of the Vaucluse House (Vaucluse’ means ‘a closed valley’) which is a 19th-century estate, now a museum under the Historic Houses Trust.