Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Daily Thoughts 06/19/2012

Woman Reading, oil on board painting by Eastman Johnson, c. 1874, San Diego Museum of Art

Daily Thoughts 06/19/2012

On the way to work, I read some more of The Object Oriented Thought Process. Object oriented thinking covers programs like Java, Javascript, C, C++, UML, CSS, and XML.  It is helping me understand the basic instructions on how to learn Javascript.

I also read a bit more of Online Community Management for Dummies.  It is about how to manage communities online from the perspective of a person who is working for a company.  A lot of it is about how to promote a community, communicate to people in a professional way, and handle difficult interactions.

This morning, I updated the Facebook and Twitter accounts for the library, checked the gift books, and picked out some more books for the current events and biography display.

I spent a little time thinking about the Adult Summer Reading program.  I am starting to gather books for the "book lovers bag,"  and have started work on a display for Adult Summer Reading.

I also spent some time looking through bestseller lists and double checking the collection management sheets for patron requests.

The computer classes are tonight.  They are having very solid attendance.

Web Bits

Special Report Public Library Funding & Technology Access

Birth Of A Book-- How A Hardback Book Is Made Youtube Video

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