Posted 1 week ago

laclefdescoeurs:

St. Margarets, Westminster, Louis Hubbard Grimshaw

Posted 1 week ago

iwriteaboutfeminism:

Ferguson’s public library welcomes students and teachers this week, while schools are still closed. 

Posted 1 week ago

ephemeral-elegance:

Tape Lace Mantle, ca. 1895-1905

via Amsterdam Museum

Posted 1 week ago

Suddenly forgetting how to spell while searching the catalogue…

bibliothekara:

thatblondelibrarian:

librarymoments:

Always embarrassing when a patron is watching.

this happens to me way too often. A) Forgetting how to spell; b) my brain working much faster than my fingers do…

Our catalogue also has zero typo tolerance, that really sucks. But at least it does full text search, something our professional search tool is not capable of.

Posted 3 weeks ago
Posted 1 month ago
lackadaisycats:

Hmm.  Looks rather better this way.

lackadaisycats:

Hmm.  Looks rather better this way.

(Source: claudia-cher)

Posted 1 month ago
It looked like a piano sounds shortly after being dropped down a well. It tasted yellow, and felt Paisley. It smelled like a total eclipse of the moon. Of course, nearer to the tower it got really weird.
Terry Pratchett (Sourcery)

(Source: scitchet)

Posted 1 month ago

eschergirls:

When I saw Jim Balent’s name I figured I might have something to submit here, but I didn’t expect a swivel neck.

Don’t you hate it when you want to boldly confront someone, but your boobs ignore you and run away?

(caption by wincenworks)

Posted 2 months ago
virtual-artifacts:

Female-effigy ceramic burial urn, Northern Andes, Columbia, South America, 1,000–1,500 AD. 23 x 40” in circumference

virtual-artifacts:

Female-effigy ceramic burial urn, Northern Andes, Columbia, South America, 1,000–1,500 AD. 23 x 40” in circumference

Posted 3 months ago

maifrem:

Larry Price, Heavy Traffic