Monthly Archives: December 2013
Dear blog, I am very sorry I went a week without posting. It’s because I was out and about having adventures. And also because Stephenie was the one taking pictures (all photos in this post are hers). Cuddle Cthulhu came with us to see The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. And then he somehow got […]
Information management, penguin-style. Mission, vision, and policy.
AKA, That feeling of exhilarating wonder you get upon walking into a bookstore over just how many things there are to read, immediately followed by the terrifying sinking feeling over remembering you will never have enough time in your life to read them all. Is that the longest subtitle ever? I want an award. So […]
Always read the fine print. Speaking of strikes, there was one outside City today. There was one a couple weeks ago, too, which was part of a wider London higher education strike, but I wasn’t on campus that day. Today, I learned some interesting things. University staff were striking – most of them to advocate […]
The metaphorical kind, in which I introspect about a personal journey undertaken within the last year. I know, I know, it’s not New Year’s yet – why am I reflecting on the past year already? Because the 1st of December marks the start of a very strange few steps into the journey of adulthood. You’re […]