Just reviewed in my virtual library: The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell. It’s an episodic novel spanning 60 years, a genre-bending page turner, about ordinary people whose fates are altered by a war between immortals. Too difficult to summarize–go read the review!
For the past 12 months I have been editing and compiling a web-based implementation toolkit as a consultant for the iHRIS project. iHRIS is free, open-source, health workforce information software developed for use in low-resource countries. The Implementation Toolkit is a guide to deploying iHRIS in a country, but also functions as a general tutorial for implementing any complex information system project. Putting this together took a lot of work compiling contributions from iHRIS implementers working in the field and the core team based in Chapel Hill, NC, and I’m proud of the results. Take a look.
I posted a book review of Ann Leckie’s award-winning science fiction novel, Ancillary Justice, in my virtual library. TL;DR: I loved this unique and thought-provoking space opera.
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Our neighborhood Little Free Library officially opened for business on July 4, and people are already sharing books! Follow our Tumblr for updates.