It’s nearly two years since Stephen Abram’s brain last overloaded, but it looks like it might have happened again. According to a blog post that just appeared in the Google Blog Search RSS feed for “SirsiDynix”, Mr Abram recently said…
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Before you call for the men in white coats, I should point out that the blog post in question looks to be a randomly generated spam blog and it makes about as much sense as my GormanBot does.
However, if Meredith Farkas is looking for a new job title, I think “Culture Bookworm” sounds kinda cool!
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That said, the job titles at Topeka Shawnee Public Library look impressive as well :_)
Lol — I’d not spotted that 2007 Mover & Shaker Gina Millsap is the “commandant top dog”!
I was just about to hang up my shingle as a “buttery professional”, but on reading the full post, I think I’d prefer to be known as a “fantasy yak”.
Sounds like positions in the Library Society of the World.
I’m looking forward to dropping “magisterial folderol swank” into a conversation!
It’s Backdrop Culture Bookworm to you. 🙂 And apparently you can special order both me and Paul Pival. Who knew?
My favorite is “David Hand, negative crank and services supervisor”
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