Worldcat Love & the BiblioblatherBlog

A coworker mentioned the Biblioblather Blog to me at lunch, and, being the inquisitive type of paranoiac that I am, I tuned in and found a really nifty string of links. Not the least ofwhich is one to WorldCat Lookup which the Biblioblatherblogger has already described in prose so exemplary, I could only chew my own spleen in hate and envy at this person (who I don’t even know) who obviously writes so much better than I do, and who, I’ll just bet, does not have procelain laminate orthodonture that broadcasts their every move to the CIA, like mine does.

At any rate (and I suppose I’ll have to forgive the Biblioblathering person for writing better than I do, although it pains me mightily) I’m putting this into the Library Blog Typelist for y’all. Enjoy!

About Jon Frater

A gaming industry stalwart dating back to the 1980s, Jonathan Frater is the co-author of roleplaying game books Robotech: Return of the Masters, and Robotech Adventures: Lancer's Rockers, both for Palladium Books. Jonathan also wrote a column on writing and game design called The Tome in Gateways magazine. He's currently a librarian at Metropolitan College of New York. Article 9, the first in his ambitious Blockade Trilogy, is Jonathan's first full-length novel.

0 Responses to Worldcat Love & the BiblioblatherBlog

  1. Wow, I am flattered, or were you making fun of me? I’ve considered paranoia merely heightened awareness since before I could spell it. I had seven long years of full metal braces. At one point, I could pick up a local AM station, I swear. But I don’t think the CIA were interested in me, just then. Now? I assume they’ve implanted me with nanobugs that broadcast my every thought. (I am a librarian and I am hysterical, no?) Somehow, I didn’t think they’d found the blog yet, it being mainly thoughtless blather, but now I am worried. And I have to find out who you are, now…

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