Happy New Year! Problem books await.
Among its city plans and maps, today’s title suggests healthy eating and recovering from your plastic surgery in quiet Henderson, Kentucky. If only it were easier to catalog!
What do Nick Hornby, Joseph Conrad, and J.K. Rowling have in common? Under LC classification, they are a shelf-reading nightmare!
What site do you search for most often? If the search form is simple enough, you might be able to use an OpenSearch browser plugin!
The OCLC online save file is handy for storing and sharing original records in progress, but its behavior discourages saving often. You can eliminate some of this hassle by using my new Connexion macro to save your records!
Why can’t you copy the Voyager bib number for reliable pasting into email and other records? I can do it now, along with a million other little things, using AutoHotkey macros.
I am in the middle of constructing another, so comments are most welcome.
Update: Sorry to anyone who tried to download the solution! The link is now fixed.
Have you ever overlaid (or just deleted) the wrong record in Voyager? If you have server access, you can retrieve the old copy of such a record with one command.
How many times are you willing to type the same thing over and over again? If the last time was once too many, it may be time to write a macro!
The first week back from winter break was a short one. I was unsure about whether to hold my regular Friday morning meeting with my group, but they came prepared and a mini hackathon ensued!
To be clear, I don’t supervise programmers; my group is entirely catalogers.
- Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf?
- Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
- Who’s Afraid of VIRGINIA WOOLF?
Is this okay? If not, what can we do about it?