Filed under: Random thoughts | Tags: HR, Human relations problems, School libraries
School librarians in India are a particular species who done all the work single handedly and at the same time declared to be “jobless ” by the fellow teachers.
Some tries to score extra runs by entitle them the duties of caretakers, tour operators, escorts, arrangement takers,etc.
The mindset of some people never changes.They live in the age of unmovable,congested shelves of yesteryear’s and don’t want to see the light of new horizons.
It is very nice to start the new academic session with a very favoured day “International Children’s Book Day” on April 02, birthday of loved author of fairy tales like ‘Thumbelina” and “Ugly duckling’, H.C.Andersen.
We have been conducting an exhibition of books by him from 01-05 April , 2008.
Internationally it is organised by IBBY(International Board of Books for Young).
The host country is Thailand in 2008.
And the poster for this year is very beautiful.See it.
Filed under: Sites u can sit and watch | Tags: How many websites? no of websites, webstatistics
When I was searching to know the total number of websites, I hit on a cool site”netcraft”.It is a very interesting site to know.
Here you will get a monthly survey of webstatistics aling with a graphical represesntation. It is authenticated with some techniques such as server analysis etc.
According to their march 2008 survey , they got responses from
Yes we can say with some clarity that there are
log on to
Sometimes it is very tiresome to download a .pdf file. In India, in this emerging broadband age also it takes a lot of minutes.
How can we achieve the horse power of bandwidth?
In that time only we can think about the E-nabled people and E-nabled Goverment
Doing M.Phil. in Library and Information Scince now a days is a habit of jobless freshers and in job wanderers.
After MLISc you are in a stage with an eager to be an information specialist in a big library, mostly in academic type and for the sake of it, you never mind parttime training in a small library.
But when you interviewed by a group of people who remaind you many times that you are a fresher and you may exclaim ,how to be experinced without getting a job, you land in for “Research” .
To Sir with Love
by E R Braithewaite
Great books are simple. This also. It is an autobiography with no strings attached. It depicts the post war London of 1940’s with clarity and objectivity through the life of a retired RAF young man whose skin was black.
I like this book for its simplicity and courage.