A crowd-sourced collection of readings that can be used to start conversations around the Charleston massacre. I’m pleased to have assisted with collecting the readings into a list.
(I originally posted this to Facebook, but the response I got there convinced me to post it here.) Dear Active Transportation Advocates & Advocacy Groups: I’m fat. Until very recently, I rode a bike everywhere. I was still fat. I’m not alone. Oh sure, there aren’t many of us in Vancouver, but there are in […]
The inaugural First Generation Library Professionals chat went very well last night – much better than I expected. The biggest takeaway for me is that there is definitely a need among those of us who fall into this group to network and discuss issues around class, access, and navigating professional responsibilities. What I didn’t expect […]
There is absolutely nothing in this world like the feeling of sucking at something and then improving at it. Ta-Nehisi Coates on the hard work of getting better at something. I’d do well to remember this whenever I want to quit learning Ruby. I’m on my third go-around with Skillcrush’s Ruby Blueprint, and once again […]