Okay, so it's now Friday in Australia. I had three hours of class last night learning how to assign Dewey numbers and I was kind of brain dead when I got home. But it's still Thursday in America, so it's TOTALLY OKAY. Right? Right.
Anyway, speaking of Dewey numbers, May is Information Awareness Month in Australia. Which means everyone should go visit their nearest library/archive/thing so that I can have a job once I graduate!! In the spirit of Information Awareness Month, check out this list of the 10 most challenged library books in America last year. Really, America? To Kill a Mockingbird is STILL causing controversy??
Still on the libraries theme, a university library in the US introduced puppies in the library as a destressing technique for students. YES PLEASE. (This one came via my university's library. Hopefully this means I will soon have access to puppies on campus *excited flailing*)
Next up, we have this video, which came courtesy of someone doing my course:
And finally, this has absolutely nothing to do with libraries, but Nikki sent me this last night and it's completely amazing. Ever wondered how Rice Bubble squares would perform as a stubby holder (American translation: "how Rice Krispy treats would perform as a beer cozy")? NOW YOU CAN FIND OUT.
What hilarious bits of nonsense have you found online this week?