Some updates will be weird: regular text posts, as I take this in. I'll end up not finishing this book, at least not within this class: I'm jumping to chapter five and six next and then chapter three for a class further down the line.
Fascinating what a librarian does and doesn't do and how it happened, and yet for someone who's more into fiction than non-fiction, extra dry as well.
Luckily it's about time to take a break for lunch and then we'll see how far I get today. I have about forty pages, and some short articles to read for Monday, and I have to read one syllabus for Monday and one for Tuesday, with the teacher for the Monday class - aka, the one I'm reading this for - asking us to print out the syllabus. All incredibly doable.
As mind bending, or as semantic as these books get, it could be dry. Some of the ways things like metadata are talked about are dry: it's very much about dissecting what it is, and how to use metadata.
I'm pretty fanatic about this type of logical structure, although I may not seem like it all the time. I suck at using tags in BL, but I get upset when things are mistagged. I just know it's a 'me' thing so I suck it up and either fix it if I made a mistake, or know that sometimes they're going to be wrong, at least from my point of view, because different perspectives. (Or even someone just being wrong. It does happen sometimes: if it's labeled vampires and there are none, well...)
Point is, I like this.