This is happening from Copenhagen to Berlin from May 28 to June 7, 2011. I will be along a famous bike route. The purpose is to discuss library topics along the way with just average people in informal settings. I would like to organize one in Nashville maybe in conjunction with Tour de Nash. Maybe using Nashville's greenways and stopping at various libraries or small bookstores along the way.
Which classification are you?Sally Robertson's Dewey Decimal Section: 558 Earth sciences of South America Sally Robertson = 91225852580954 = 912+258+525+809+54 = 2558Class: 500 ScienceContains: Math, astronomy, prehistoric life, plants and animals.What it says about you: You are fascinated by the world around you, and see it as a puzzle worth exploring. You try to understand how things work and how you can make them better. You might be a nerd.…See More
I am the cataloging, serials, reference librarian at Nashville State Community Collge. I love being a librarian and helping people find the information they need. One of my other great loves is riding my bicycle. I am a bike commuter and advocate for greenways and bike lanes. One of my favorite quotes is, "My two favourite things in life are libraries and bicycles. They both move people forward without wasting anything. The perfect day: riding a bike to the library." -- Peter Golkin, Arlington, Virginia.
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133 gallons of water, and
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Good Morning, Sally,
Thank you for the kind greeting. I am a Reference Librarian here at the Nashville Public Library. I worked many years before the Internet, so every technological advance is an adventure for me. Therefore I am looking forward to this TennShare experience.
My main hobby is playing the piano. The last book I read was A FAR COUNTRY, by Daniel Mason. I recommended it for my Book Club. Most members thought it was extremely slow paced.
I am in charge of periodicals here at the Main Library. We have all of our bound volumes in open stacks. We currently subscribe to about 750 current titles.