06 April 2009

Do Android Librarians Dream of Electronic Books?


New song in BibDitties. Except for the main vocals, all sounds were created with a Nintendo DS, using Korg DS-10 and Electroplankton.

We also put the song's title question on t-shirts. In our CafeShop. Men's, women's, short sleeve, long sleeve, several colors.

11 June 2008

"Barbara Tuchman" Needs Your Vote.

Our favorite finalist in the Gale Librareo music video contest is unfortunately getting votes of Kucinichesque proportions. But voting is open through Friday! Go, and vote for "Barbara Tuchman".





We entered the contest, but didn't make the cut. Our video is about John Scalzi's Old Man's War.

20 February 2008

Wait ... we thought Obama was supposed to be, like, cool or something ...

From his speech in Houston last night:

"We're going to have to parent better, and turn off the television set, and put the video games away ..."
Put the video games away? So. Not. Cool.

12 February 2008

"I'll call you a cab ..."

The cast of Spongebob Squarepants dubs scenes from Casablanca, Singin' in the Rain, and The Godfather. They mostly stick to the scripts. Mostly.



Update 2/13: Different YouTube link.

09 February 2008

New song in BibDitties.

Bad: Driving a bookmobile while drunk.

Worse: Recording a country song about a bookmobile while drunk.

New from Marc Record and the Good Ol' PACs: The Bookmobile Ran Over My Dog. (mp3) Possibly the only song ever that mentions Christopher Hitchens.

Lyric sheet. More BibDitties.

09 January 2008

The first librarian hero of 2008.

This guy.

17 December 2007

The Gift of Song.

We keep hearing that homemade gifts are the best, so jingle bells, deck the halls, and all that:



BTW, The Roches were in town this past weekend. For the encore, they invited the audience up on stage, so we were among the 50 or so folks who went up and sang "Silver Bells" and "Silent Night" with them. Fun evening.


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