Jesse A. Lambertson, “Arne J. Almquist and Sharon G. Almquist, Intrapreneurship Handbook for Librarians: How to Be a Change Agent in Your Library,” The Library Quarterly 88, no. 3 (July 2018): 303-304.
This is a review of the book mentioned published at LQ in July 2018.
I just wanted to get this to the site for future use.
I feel we live in an image saturated culture.
But what if we could get back to language?
Would this clamber for the ‘word’ change our lives again – make us more rational, clear, harsh, in our thinking? This harshness is required methinks if we plan to progress as a culture – we can not live in more & more emotions if we plan to develop – individually or as a group.
The ‘word’ is stark against a backdrop – it is or is-not. It is read in a direction – depending on the language or script of local use or tradition. Images suffer from no such delineation. It is with just that delineation of language that will force us to stop and think – as opposed to just going on and on (like pictures do) without order or rigor.
That is the space where we learn.
Just a thought.
I am looking to join the writing game…
I am open to other suggestions.
PS: I am also wondering how best to use one’s blog as content carrier and vehicle for self-promotion.