Turning the Tables on Me: Interview on the Confessions of a Science Librarian

It was bound to happen sooner or later. People seem to really like my series of interviews with the participants of the Science Blogging Conference. So, as he promised, John Dupuis turned the tables and interviewed me, even using some of the same questions that I tend to ask. Read the interview here.

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Nice interview!

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