So, apparently our current stapler, Bilal, was kidnapped late Tuesday night, solidified in jello, and a ransom note left saying that he would be returned safely if we switched back to our old print management system. I laughed so hard. But then, as it turned out that nobody in the library knew that this had
The care and feeding of the library’s public printers takes a lot of our time, both in the library and in ITS. We have a special load-balancing set-up designed to keep individual printers from melting or going up in smoke. We have students who devote the bulk of their time to watching over the printers
Remember the Reference Pager Of Doom? Well yesterday was that monstrosity’s last day on the job. This morning I spent some highly enjoyable quality time decking out our new courtesy phone and setting up the cell phone that will be the receiving end. CELL PHONE!!!!! How very civilized. And un-death-precipitating.
Wait, no, there was no monk or pope, just a little baby bunny. It ran into the library right through the front door as someone else walked in, spent some quality time eluding near capture, and finally cornered itself under a radiator where the radiator entered the wall at a corner. The archivist with a