Library Elf is awesome (February 3, 2008, 1) -
When I blogged about my totally small-school library reminder script, Claudine recommended Library Elf, which helps people manage their library loans. I hopped over and set weekly reminders to go out on Sunday, just before my Monday book runs. I just got my first reminder e-mail from them, and I am impressed. C’mon. Look
Library book reminder script – Perl geeking required (January 27, 2008, 5) - W- and I borrow lots of books from the library. This script helps keep order in the house by reminding us when either of us have books that are due. I’ve removed our information from it and have made no efforts to make it user-friendly. Perl geeking required.
(It’s really a .pl. Can’t be bothered to
Virtual assistance: Process for managing my to-read books (May 16, 2009, 1) - I read a lot. Inspired by Mel Chua’s process for books: turning stocks into flows, here’s how I can ask a virtual assistant to keep my library account well-stocked:
Log on to http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca with my account. (Note: Make sure you use the account labeled “torontopubliclibrary.ca – *Sacha* (me)”, as there are two library cards associated with
Book triage (January 7, 2008, 0) - Okay. 31 books. 15 days. Plus all the writing I still need to do. I
may have made a bit of a miscalculation. No problem, it’s the library,
I can always renew or request books.
The only books I probably won’t be able to renew are
Open an Online Business in 10 Days
Money Can Buy Happiness
The Mid-Career Success Guide
TorCHI social (July 24, 2006, 0) - As Gabriel Mansour went to all the trouble of e-mailing, texting, and
calling me to make sure I got to TorCHI, I thought it would be a good
idea to go—and it certainly was! I had a lot of fun conversations
about interpersonal communication (heh!), Tupperware, and other
things. Good stuff!
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