What happens when the library moves its book collection out of the building and down the road?
Music: “The Informant” by Steelism, “I’ll Become Everything” by Dean Jaina, and “The Zeppelin” from the Blue Dot Sessions.
This episode contains interpolated audio from the TEDx talk “The Library is Not a Collection of Books,” delivered in January 2014 at TEDx Telfair Street.
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Guests: Austina Jordan of the University of North Georgia, Dani Wellemeyer of the University of Missouri Kansas City, and Jess Williams of the University of Missouri Kansas City.
First broadcast January 11 2019.
“I’m librarian-ing you.”
Guests: Edmond Chow, Associate Professor in School of Computational Science and Engineering at Georgia Tech.
First broadcast December 7, 2018.
“All glory to the algorithm!”
First broadcast September 7 2018.
“So we should have done homework on this one.”
This independent comedy/fantasy comic book series wasn’t intended to be for kids necessarily, but because of how savvily Jeff Smith marketed his self-publishing business, it became a hit for all-ages. We discuss Bone‘s impact on the library market, as well as its struggles with female representation and censorship.
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Guests: Dr. Sarah Higinbotham and Bill Taft of The Common Good, and Karen Viars of Georgia Tech.
First broadcast July 13 2018.
“Why a librarian? Why prison?”
Part 2 of ROCKSTARS, BURNOUTS, AND SURVIVORS
Guest: Kaetrena Davis Kendrick of USC Lancaster.
First broadcast March 16 2018.
Part 1 of ROCKSTARS, BURNOUTS, AND SURVIVORS series.
First broadcast March 9 2018.
“The Well-Read Right Hand.”
“How many times are we going to say ‘visualization’?”
Guest: Ximin Mi of the Georgia Tech Library.
First broadcast January 12 2018.