Dance like no one is watching,
Sing like no one is listening,
Love like you’ve never been hurt,
Live like it’s heaven on earth.
As today is the 100 year anniversary of Samuel Longhorne Clemens’ death, and because today is the day his autobiography is finally published, I thought I would blog this piece I read recently. And consider how modern or conetemproary a thought that is.
- *Autobiography of Mark Twain, vol. I* (marginalrevolution.com)
- The Autobiography of Mark Twain (newsweek.com)
- From Elmira to Brooklyn, New York Is Mark Twain Country (nytimes.com)
- This column will change your life: The wit and wisdom of Mark Twain (3quarksdaily.com)
- Twain’s life, as he told it (philly.com)
Back from OR10 in Madrid, and what a great conference it was. Seeing colleagues from aroundthe globe and meeting new ones, all mixed into the wonderful setting that is Madrid, and against backdrop of the Spain Germany Semi Final in the World Cup.
I gave a presentation on Integrating Multilingualism into an Institutional Repository along with Yousef Elbes from WHO and Hayden Young of Wijiti that was well-received and hopefully inspiring to other repository managers to implement multilingualism
- Fans Celebrate Spain Winning World Cup in Madrid, Johannesburg (shoppingblog.com)
- Fireworks fly, tears of joy fall as Spain win Cup (reuters.com)
- HYPATIASALUD: institutional repository for the public health system in Andalucia, Spain (Poster EAHIl2010 (slideshare.net)
- Open Repositories 2010 Developer Challenge (downes.ca)