Now I have a week off. I would ponder about what to do with myself, but I have a long lists of tasks I want to accomplish and an article to write.
- I started taking an e-course from ALA this week about how to set up a library digitization program. This week covered planning and scanning. The videos offered great overviews, but the reading was a touch overwhelming. That said, I highly recommend the following:
- Cooking Light, August 2016 - The recipes in this issue
- Good Housekeeping, August 2016 - I breezed through most of this issue, but the article on why you should get to know your neighbors is a good read. They could just end up saving your life. There was also a feature piece on how to prepare for disasters that was beneficially. Finally, some of the summer recipes looked mighty tasty.
- I motored through Into Thin Air this week and finished it much faster than expected. I was up much later a few nights in a row because I was so absorbed in the book. It was really, really good. Also, makes you appreciate the simple things. Like breathable air.
- I was kind of at a loss of what to read for my next book. Into Thin Air is sticking with my, so it took me a while to find a book in my apartment that I wanted to read next. I ended up picking Used and Rare. It's a book about a couple and their "travels" in the book world.