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My review of Lipstick & Dipstick’s Essential Guide to Lesbian Relationships by Gina Daggett and Kathy Belge has been published on Blogcritics. I read the book over the first week of this month, but I didn’t have time to start writing the review until the end of last week. Which I then left on my work laptop (what I had with me in the hotel where I wrote the first two paragraphs) over the weekend. Otherwise, it would have been finished and published long before now.

[The book] may seem to be targeted at a limited audience, and for the most part, the examples given would mainly be applicable to lesbian relationships only; however, the core of their advice — from dating to long-term commitment decisions — rings true for any romantic relationship, regardless of the gender of those involved.

women in technology

Are you a women in the tech industry? If so, the Librarian In Black wants to hear from you.

The Librarian In Black commented on a series of articles in Business Week on women in technology. She’s looking for some feedback:

Maybe all the women are getting LIS or IS degrees instead…do those count as technology degrees? *wink* In all seriousness though, I would be interested in hearing (in the handy comments section of this post) what other women in technology out there think of this article. Do you think the technology world is gendered? Hell, do you think the technology aspect of librarianship is gendered? Is it egalitarian, or more so than the other industries that the article mentions?

prospectus

Last fall, when I was taking a literature course for my own personal edification, I blogged about my final paper. It seems fitting that I should post the content of my prospectus for this fall’s literature course.

Last fall, when I was taking a literature course for my own personal edification, I blogged about my final paper. It seems fitting that I should post the content of my prospectus for this fall’s literature course.

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