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Upcoming events

There won’t be a December FLIP meeting, but (as mentioned in a previous post) we are planning a movie night here in the Consortium Library.  Mark your calendar for Friday, December 18 (probably starting around 7:30 p.m.).  No final decision has been made on the flick, so if you’ve got a favorite, please add your suggestion(s) in a comment!

Also, we are starting a book club! The first selection is Everything is Miscellaneous: The Power of the New Digital Disorder by David Weinberger. We plan to meet sometime around the end of January or beginning of February to discuss, so start reading (or add it to your Christmas list) now. More details coming soon…

Neither of these events are limited to only those that attend FLIP meetings.  If you are interested in hanging out, chit-chat, and/or library fun, please come!

8 Comments

  1. Mariecris says:

    Awesome, I will get started on reading… soon…hopefully…

  2. David Weinberger says:

    I’m so pleased you’re reading my book! If there’s some useful way I can participate before or after, let me know

    I hope you like it, but either way, I hope it stimulates a useful discussion.

    David Weinberger
    self@evident.com

  3. Barbara Armstrong says:

    This sounds like a fantastic idea! Looking forward to reading the book, too!

  4. Coral says:

    I’m getting Dale to put my copy in the next box he sends. (Yeah, I already read it. But it’s great; I’m looking forward to reading it again!)

    As for December 18: I’ll be there. I don’t think I have any library-themed movies to bring, but I might be able to provide snacks or something. :)

  5. Mike says:

    I also have a copy of the book if anyone wants to borrow it.

  6. Christie says:

    Just got my book today. I’ve only read the back cover and already can see the relevance to lots of things we discussed in liberry school. I did like that it is dedicated “To the Librarians.”

  7. Mariecris says:

    I am midway through the book and I love it!

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