Digital Postcard: Hello from Madrid (but Sent from Amsterdam)

Hello (again) from Amsterdam. Here’s our post from last week, re-sent with the photographs inserted as part of the text (using the blog format instead of the email format): We’ve been here in Amsterdam for a while, and I don’t think you’ll be surprised to know that we’re loving it.  And the title is a …

Proust: A Family Reading Milestone

Andrew and I have now completed the Modern Library edition of In Search of Lost Time, Marcel Proust’s monumental work. Early in 2023, we turned the final page of “Time Regained,” and closed the sixth volume of the 1981/1991 edition, wrapping up at page 2616. This translation, by D.J. Enright (1992) builds on C.K. Scott …

Vienna: Collected Posts

For some blog posts in Sharing Guy’s Journey—when several have been written over a period of time about a particular subject—it is best to have them compiled into a list, which I’ll try to do with groups of posts in the future. “Search the website” is a useful too, but it searches by word, and …

A Conductor For Our Time: Klaus Mäkelä

For Guy’s friends who fear that classical music (for him) means just opera, here’s another perspective: We’re hearing lots about conductors these days, and while I would be the last person to slight Bradley Cooper’s brilliant Maestro (I loved it), I’m also happy to invite readers and friends to learn about a young man who …

SLA at 115: Welcoming Our Future

Guy St. Clair was recently invited to write for the re-launched Information Outlook, the professional journal of the Special Libraries Association. Guy had previously written SLA at 100: From “Putting Knowledge To Work” to Building the Knowledge Culture—A Centennial History of SLA (The Special Libraries Association) 1909-2009, published in 2009. An online version of SLA’s …