The Week in School: Militarized Schools & Poverty

I make it a personal policy to work very hard not to swear like a sailor on my blog. At times this self-imposed policy is profoundly hard for me. The first part of this post, especially, is one such moment: Militarization of public schools. San Diego School District Purchases 18-Ton Military Surplussed Armored Vehicle This falls in the “What the… Continue reading

Every Library Should Do This

Yesterday I blogged about my engaging in two tortuous activities reminiscent of times long since past. This post, in keeping with the practices of old, shares an awesome idea about the now defunct card catalogues no longer used by libraries. The old card catalog drawers at Doheny Library at the University of Southern California could not be removed without destroying… Continue reading