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The Limit Does Not Exist

By Christine Anne George Monday was Mean Girls Day (the date was chosen due to a particular scene in the movie). Among the many things Mean Girls has gifted us is a particular line that, from time to time, applies to … Continue reading

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Library Tours: Are You Ready for Your Close Up?

by Christine Anne George It’s that time of year. A fresh class of 1Ls enters the hallowed, paper-chased halls of law school. Perhaps it’s due to being hooked on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend or maybe I listened to too many musicals during … Continue reading

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You Have a Better Chance of Finding Waldo, Part II

by Christine Anne George Two years ago, I gave a presentation about archivists in pop culture. (Spoiler alert: the name of the presentation, “You Have a Better Chance of Finding Waldo,” was the TL;DR (or I guess it should be … Continue reading

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Hashtag

by Christine Anne George Once upon a time, I was anti-Twitter and no fan of hashtags. My reasons were long, varied, and, in my eyes, entirely legitimate. My personal biases bled into the professional. I was quick to embrace the … Continue reading

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A Rose is a Rose is a Rose…Until Rose Registers for ORCID

By Christine Anne George Names are funny things. You get them at birth and they stick with you for the rest of your life. Studies have indicated that certain names are associated with certain professions, but there’s still quite a bit … Continue reading

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Making a Teachable Moment

by Christine Anne George I had a plan. My first blog post of 2016 would be about the ORCID project I’m working on this semester. But, alas, this post isn’t going to be about ORCID. Why? Because after suffering from … Continue reading

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Holidays on Reference

by Christine Anne George Last year, I was a champ. At least according to the Washington Post’s blog, I was a champ. It was a bit gratifying (if not a little mortifying because I didn’t think the picture would get around) because … Continue reading

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