Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Moving Content Here

Looking for an article from michaellorenzen.com? Try these links:

Examining the American Bill of Rights Using the Ethic of Justice

Education Schools and Library Schools: A Comparison of Their Perceptions by Academia

Battlestar Galactica and Mormonism

Marcus Aurelius: The Philosopher-Emperor of Rome

Management by Wandering Around: Reference Rovering and Quality Reference Service

Deconstructing the Philanthropic Library: The Sociological Reasons Behind Andrew Carnegie's Millions to Libraries

The Heart of Change: Julius Caesar and the End of the Roman Republic

Player Alignment in the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Player's Handbook as Examined through the Frame of the Ethic of Justice

The Ideal Academic Library as Envisioned through Nietzsche’s Vision of the Eternal Return

Applying Machiavellian Ideas on Leadership to Libraries

Vandals, Administrators, and Sockpuppets, Oh My! An Ethnographic Study of Wikipedia’s Handling of Problem Behavior

Collegiality and the Academic Library

CENTENNIAL CRISIS: THE DISPUTED ELECTION OF 1876 BY WILLIAM H. REHNQUIST

I have decided to take down michaellorenzen.com. I really don't need to pay to have that site hosted. I have moved the articles here to this blog. The old domain name will be kept registered and will redirect here to the appropriate posts so that links will not be broken.

Many of these articles are not library related (Roman history, Battlestar Galactica, etc.) so I hope their appearance here is not too jarring. I plan on continuing to post on library topics primarily here in the future.

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