Bitch magazine is looking for a Program Director.
Great publication, great town (Portland, OR), great people, living wage ($36,680*) and medical/dental/vision. I'm half tempted to apply for it myself, not that I'm qualified.
Sadly, while that's true at libraries in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, and at the Carnegie Library in Pittsburgh, and while the book release inspired a long wiki post and discussion list brainstorming session, my own branch of NYPL is sadly lacking.
"The Big She Bang is an all-day event of workshops, panel discussions, visual art, and music by and for womyn and womyn identified artists & community members."
(You might need a MySpace account to view their schedule, but that's the only place I see it.)
ALA has a build your own READ poster gizmo, which I saw on The Shifted Librarian.
They give you four choices of backgrounds, and bizarrely, the one I liked best was "Americana."
Last night I couldn't connect to the internet from home. First I went through a lengthy telephone system diagnostic with Time Warner, my service provider. Ultimately they determined that the problem was with my ISP, Earthlink. I tried to get help from them over the phone, but after an hour on hold I got disconnected. Following is a transcript of my online chat with Earthlink. Up until the very end I was convinced I was chatting with a bot.