My name is Dan and I’m the Faceless Librarian.

I’m also your Faceless Historian, but that’s another story.

I’ve been working in libraries for almost two decades. In that time I’ve not only developed a love for the profession, but also for the technology involved in library work along with the actual science behind information science. Information transfer is fascinating to me and how, what, and why information gets transmitted is kind of my hobby.

That’s what this is about. The world of libraries, library circulation, library technology, and information science.

Beyond that, I’m a writer and a blogger and I have been for around a decade. So for half of my library career I’ve also blogged. I’m a podcaster and a Twitter user. In short, I’m kind of a technology and computer nerd. So take a computer geek and mix it with a librarian and you have some idea of who and what I am.

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