critical reading for the rude


You may be coming from ISHUSH. You may be coming from This has a different use and purpose than either of those.

This isn’t just for librarians. It’s not just info-viz or info-science. It’s not strictly, like, meta-informational.

Sometimes you may get a joke.

Mainly, this is the “open notebook of an excitable librarian” who’s taking other hats off the hook. Though public, this blog won’t make it a goal to stay real accesible or relevant.  So good luck reading it.

And that’s about the upper-limit of explanation you can expect to see.

Rough kernacular subject tree of interests here explored:

libraries, occult, fiction, history, politics, technology, design, crafting, information science


March 20, 2007 - Posted by | admin


  1. I was wondering if you had disappeared for good.

    Comment by tim | March 21, 2007 | Reply

  2. nope… i float. 🙂

    Comment by woody3 | March 23, 2007 | Reply

  3. Woody — I was just trying to link from an LISnews comment to one of your posts on Flickr and Dublin Core (the “Toolkit 2” post) and the automatic redirect to Ghostfeet is blocking access to these posts. I got access through a Google cached page, but you might want to archive some of the great content on the old site over here somehow. Great site, BTW!

    Comment by Ben | April 13, 2007 | Reply

  4. Hey Ben,
    Thanks for reading. I’m afraid that post is gone bye-bye for good, unless someone else has archived it somewhere else. I’m still working on those “toolkits”… learning a lot that way, too. I think I’m lining up some kind of SL action next…

    Comment by woody3 | April 21, 2007 | Reply

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