Hello and welcome. This blog has initially been set up in 2011 to record my progress through 23 Things, a programme to explore social media tools for library and information professionals, which I have not completed with quite the level of enthusiasm I envisaged. I am now using the blog to post from time to time on my activities, travels or areas of interest.
You may wonder where the blog name comes from. It is really a short version of the main activities in my life when I set up the blog. I am a qualified information professional and used to work in the library of a professional body for accounting, business and financial professionals, based in the City of London. Away from work I am passionate about women’s football. Although I retired from playing Sunday league football after more than ten years, I still play for fun with friends.
I am originally from Rostock, a coastal city in northern Germany. To be more precise, I am actually from Warnemünde, the area of Rostock closest to the Baltic Sea. Although I did have an interest in libraries when I lived in Germany, I didn’t actually choose librarianship as a profession until after I came to London in 2002. From 2004 to 2007 I was a Paperkeeper (Library Assistant) at the National Art Library at the Victoria & Albert Museum. During that time I studied part-time for the MA in Library & Information Studies at UCL and qualified in 2007.
During the London 2012 Olympics I was one of 70,000 Games Makers. As a member of the Olympic Family Services team I supported the IOC Communications Team in their web publishing efforts by selecting and editing images for the picture gallery at www.olympic.org/photos/london-2012.
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