CommComm posted on July 11, 2010 22:17

You might want to show up at the American Visionary Art Museum on Fridays @ 9:00 pm.

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There are various places with movies outside in the summer. But Federal Hill(side) beats them all.

 

Alonzo LaMont


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Yesterday I was catching folks here and there. Sneaky Alonzo and his spanking new camera.

 

Now isn't this touching. Ivy Garner, Marie ESCH----need I say more. Marie is obviously tending to her flock, and Ivy, when he's not teaching a zillion RefWorks courses, needs a break.


Vivian always gives me that killer smile of her's. Soooooooooo angelic. Yes, that's the word that comes to mind. As everyone who works with her would say. Wait a minute, I think my nose is starting to grow. (But between you, me and the 4 walls: Vivian has bailed me out many times, on many a day)

 


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CommComm posted on July 2, 2010 02:01

Jazmyn Lewis, who attends Baltimore City college. And those glasses add just the right touch, yes? I think so.

 

 

Justin Farabee, a Lake Clifton graduate. Justin plans to do some mortuary science. You know what means, right. Right, he's probably gonna show up on "CSI-Baltimore".

 

 

Tremara McKeemer, who goes to Baltimore Poly-Tech. That must be a cup of coffee because Tremara seems forever busy. I think Tremara's been adapted by Marie and Michael, that's why she only has time for a quick cup of coffee. I KID! All three seem pretty quick to pick up the WSC routine, and they bring a pleasant attitude everyday. How can you beat that, sez I? We've had several summer interns who continued working in libraries as they attended college. You never know when some on-the-fly librarianship will come in handy.

Alonzo LaMont


CommComm posted on June 28, 2010 23:33

Just a reminder that the Welch Library will be closed July 4th and 5th. Re-opening the usual time on the 6th. If you arrive on at the fron t door on the 4th or the 5th, well, that's on you......Don't say you weren't forewarned.

Alonzo LaMont


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CommComm posted on June 24, 2010 00:19

Was there ever a sweeter combination? Mid-summer. And there you are---HUNGRY FOR KNOWLEDGE.

 

Well book July 7th on your calendar. Lori Rosman is teaching QUOSA from 9:00AM - 10:15AM in Lab #2 in the 2024 Monument St. building. Here's the QUOSA landscape:

"Downloading and organizing scientific literature and entering citation information into citation management software can be time-consuming. Trying to find information you know you read or even stored somewhere can be a challenge. QUOSA is a document- and search-results management and storage tool. Learn how you can use it to download PDFs automatically from PubMed, Ovid and many other databases; organize your PDFs, presentations and documents and save them with your preferred naming convention (e.g. author/journal/year); search all full-text and citation information within your saved results; and export entire folders into EndNote or Reference Manager -- or import them into QUOSA, including all available PDFs, in a copyright compliant manner."

 Alonzo LaMont

 

 


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CommComm posted on June 23, 2010 05:24

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I know so many people take the MARC train at Hopkins, the article is about MARC officials struggling to explain the breakdown(s)  yesterday between Baltimore and Washington. And I feel bad for everyone who got stuck for hours and hours, and as we all know---it's hot! And as we also: it's really hot! Alonzo's title says it all:

 

My explanation for MARC train troubles? Simple---

IT BROKE DOWN!

 

 


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CommComm posted on June 21, 2010 17:30

We've got company this summer. Linda Saunders is here working on the Lilienfeld project (which probably involves slicing and dicing through the hardbound collection). Linda lives in Silver Spring---but is originally from Sierra Leone.

 

Alonzo LaMont


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CommComm posted on June 19, 2010 00:21

I just want to offer this up early, it's actually a bit premature. As most of you may already know our Debbie McClellan is retiring. We sat down to talk about the many highlights and observations of her long career at Hopkins. Part of maintaining the blog is meeting and talking to people at Hopkins that were previously---for me---usually off the radar. Hadn't really spoken to Debbie that much. But sitting down with her was such a delight. She graciously volunteered so much of her past and present. I can't say I ever remember speaking with anyone who was just so thankful and respectful for her career, and for her job that brought her so many friends, acquaintances and colleagues and took her to so many '.places' She values her teaching and editing with such a heartfelt sincerity. Talking with Debbie pushed all those emotional buttons you never think will get pressed during those 9-5 hours. And all it took was an informal chat down in the basement of Welch. My goodness. Real life always springs up when you least expect it.

 

The interview should be posted sometime next week, but I wanted to share this story she told me at the very end. She said the last time she'd been interviewed it was with a reporter from the Newark Star-Ledger. She was working in a lab at the time, and the interviewer was TICKLED by the presence of real, live honest-to-goodness lab mice. So, he precociously went over to touch one and like a kid at the monkey cage---YEOW! He was a mouse-bitten man. Luckily, there were no animals present during our interview. Alonzo don't play that.

Alonzo LaMont

 


CommComm posted on June 19, 2010 00:04

I was in the School of Nursing last week and someone asked me where the new building was. Didn't have a clue. "New building?" sez I. Where? How? When? Holy Oogum-Boogum Batman, I was betwixt and between. Nobody told me about any new building. Now I know. And now you do too. Synchronicity 101.

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As of July 23, 2010, PD/PIs will be unable to enter citations manually into eRA Commons and must use My NCBI’s “My Bibliography” tool to manage their professional bibliographies.

In the interest of easing investigators’ bibliography management, improving data quality, and ensuring compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy (http://publicaccess.nih.gov/), eRA Commons has partnered with the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/) to link NCBI’s personal online tool, “My NCBI,” to Commons. My NCBI offers an online portal—“My Bibliography”(http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/myncbi/)—for users to maintain and manage a list of all types of their authored works, such as articles, presentations and books. [See entire press release at http://nexus.od.nih.gov/nexus/nexus.aspx?ID=470&Month=06&Year=2010 ]

• For more information on how investigators should handle the upcoming changes, see NOT-OD-10-103 (http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-10-103.html)

• For a step-by-step guide on how to set up a “My NCBI” account and access “My Bibliography” see http://era.nih.gov/ncbi/how-to_steps.cfm

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