1. As I always hope to do at conferences, at ALA Midwinter in Seattle I tried to connect with the young librarians once again. They were there, in much greater numbers than I expected. Better yet, they were partying their way to the revolution, with all the gusto and energy I remember from long ago. Not only that, they were debating the issues, discussing what was right and wrong with ALA, and sharing what they thought would strengthen libraries and guarantee their survival. It was a timely rebel spring, and it was inspiring.

    — A Rebel Spring | Blatant Berry, Library Journal, in which John Berry, LJ Editor-at-Large, says he had a good time at the Tumblarian party at ALA Midwinter. JUST WAIT FOR ROUND TWO, FOLKS.

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