I don't have to tell most of you what Tame the Web is, but humor me. Let me tell you a little about what the blog has meant to me.
Michael Stephens, the creator of Tame the Web, was my very first library school teacher, in my very first class of grad school ever. And as I have stated elsewhere, he had a major impact on me, my career, and the type of librarian I have become. So Tame the Web has always been incredibly important to me. It was a guiding post in a land full of librarian blogs and resources. I always knew I could count on TTW for the positive, patron-forward style of librarianship that Michael has come to represent to so many people.
So to celebrate TTW's 10th anniversary, Michael invited a few people to contribute guest posts on the blog. I am honored and humbled to be include alongside some really outstanding librarians, such as Stephen Abram, Mick Jacobsen, the Feel-Good Librarian, Jane Cowell, Justin Hoenke, and Emily Lloyd.
My post is about personality types and librarianship. I've been thinking about writing an article on this topic for awhile and when Michael reached out, it just seemed like it might be a good fit. So please, check out my guest post, It's Not Easy Being E, and join me in wishing Michael and Tame the Web a very happy 10th anniversary.
Thanks, Michael. You're the best mentor an ENFP like me could ask for.