Private Message added 2005-10-20
|Message||I came across your website and project in an article in Library Mosaics (July/August 2005 issue). It sounds absolutely fascinating! Can't wait until it comes out. Good luck and hope it's going well!|
|Message||I'm sure you're getting lots of messages that say Don't forget us ___ (fill in the blank) librarians! And I know you can't include every group. I do hope you include a cataloger, though!|
Best of luck!
|Message||Although new to LibraryLand (I'm an editor at the American Library Association), I think this project is so incredibly awesome. I posted something about it on the new ALA TechSource Blog (www.techsource.ala.org/blog). |
I am of the opinion that librarians are indeed a cultural imperative, but if this project can get the word out to the rest of the world about the library movement and about librarians' contributions to, and VALUE in, ALL societies, then whoohoo! I cannot wait to see the film!
|Message||Congratulations, Ann! So glad to hear things are singing along and praying for more funds for this fantastic project!|
|Message||This is fantastic! I am a library science student in Indiana and my undergrad was as in Communication with a Radio/TV concentration. I look forward to seeing your film.|
|Message||As both a librarian and a film lover I think this is a great idea. The library profession is one of the most technologically savy and faward thinking profession that I know of, yet it is still hounded by stereotypes that go back years, centuries even. I find this irony very funny. I am still amazed that when I tell people what I do they often comment, Really, you don't *look* like a librarian. They really think that I should be wearing orthopedic shoes, a cardigan sweater and glasses on a chair around my neck! (No offense to those librarians who do.)|
Private Message added 2005-09-30
|Message||Sounds like it has good potential to be a great film. |
As a Harley Davidson riding library science student who works for a large information agency that is a vendor to libraries I would hope that you don't forget the biker librarians either.
|Message||As a library science student working in the movie biz, I can't wait to see this! |
Parker Posey (Party Girl) was always my favorite film librarian because she realized that's what she wanted to do.
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