Via Psychology Today, the “[m]ap depicts the most frequently-cited location where a Missed Connection occurred, by region. All data are based on each state’s 100 most recent Missed Connections posted on Craigslist at the time of data collection.”
What in the world is happening in Indiana and its “At Home” mixed connections?
“Missed Connections” successfully enforcing the worst regional stereotypes you could think of.
I like that California is SPECIFICALLY 24 Hour Fitness, like they want to make sure you know they work out ALL THE TIME.
Photograph by Lauren Fleishman
“Every day my wife expresses her love for me. She says, “Did I tell you how much I love you today?” Every day—every day she says that.”
—Moe Rubenstein, Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, New York. August 24, 2008
Lauren Fleishman photographed couples who have been married for more than 50 years in an attempt to document romantic histories. See the photos here on LightBox.
Love. — tanya b
I told you guys.
John Green (via heybookteacher)
You know nothing of my work.
I don’t think John Green has been around many adult librarians.
On a public computer.
Ain’t calling you baby?
OMG! An owl got caught in the grill of truck and then took the ride for 60 MILES! Florida Fish and Wildlife officials freed the owl eventually, the animal was fine.
Miss Waffles McDrummies
By the awesome donutsbaconvodka (a fellow MLIS student).
I’M NOT ALONE
With college graduation looming in her near future, Bianca Giaever, a filmmaker and radio producer, turned to six-year-old Asa Baker-Rouse for some perspective. As it turned out, young Asa had a good idea for a movie and some pretty compelling insights too.
Has your library started collected self published titles? (Or do you know someone or someplace that does?) Email firstname.lastname@example.org! Library Journal wants to talk to you, but not in a creepy way.
Kevin Smith at Duke draws the right conclusion from the ongoing outrage of the lawsuit against GSU.
Hey, one of my professors popped up on the awesome Library Journal Tumblr! Kevin Smith co-teaches our Legal Issues for Librarians course at UNC, and we’ll actually be discussing copyright in tonight’s class.
I didn’t mind the Oreos commercial, but it was obviously created by people who hadn’t been in a public library recently.
“Raising a child is like taking care of someone who’s on way too many shrooms, while you yourself are on a moderate amount of shrooms. I am not...”
I signed up for the YA authors breakfast thing at ALA when I registered (even though I’m not a teen librarian, oh well!), and they announced the...
WHEN A WORSHIP SERVICE IS NOT WELL THOUGHT OUT
A few weeks ago I started making a gifset from this educational film, but I haven’t quite mastered the whole gif-speed thing and they all turned...