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Old 03-29-2008, 11:27 PM   #781
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AUT has one big motherfucking library

and next door to the tower we also have the Auckland Central Library
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Old 03-29-2008, 11:29 PM   #782
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the only way i can do anything with no internet distraction is not to turn on my computer, and keep telling myself - no blue crack till this is done!


it doesnt work.

this thread is a bit longwinded isnt it , i guess you are all on fire or you arent.
See, I need distractions. I produce shitty work if I just push myself to produce. I'll be on JSTOR, writing an essay, and posting on here at the same time.

And yeah, it's funny how we've churned through some threads in under 10 hours, while others take at least two days.
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Dear University of Melbourne,

Is it really necessary to have twelve libraries on the Parkville campus? Sure, I appreciate that some are necessary, and that the Economics library is essentially part of the Baillieu library. But some, such as the Architecture library, are so pointlessly small that I don't see why they aren't merged into the Baillieu or ERC, or at least centralised into a third big library. Bloody hell, I hate having to find these new libraries just for one book.

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12 libraries? WTF .



on line journals FTW now i remmeber why i did applied science with easliy found materials . heheheh.


oh crap speaking of assingments ....
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Old 03-29-2008, 11:31 PM   #784
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my best work is produced underpressure- i.e everything i was meant to do this week which i am meant to pull out of my arse for my boss tomorrow, will now be done today.
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AUT has one big motherfucking library

and next door to the tower we also have the Auckland Central Library
Melbourne University has the Baillieu library and the Education Resource Centre (ERC), both of which are gigantic five storey libraries. The ERC is currently closed for renovations, which is a pain as its old bottom two floors were the Humanities archives and that was my favourite place on the entire campus.

Then there are small ones scattered across campus, like the Architecture, Law, and Medicine libraries.

Just a few tram stops down from the uni is the Royal Historical Society's library and on a different route is the State Library of Victoria.

People who can't find research materials really have no excuse, but traipsing between them all is a pain in the arse.
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hye i actually watched a really good movie last night- The Darjeeling LTD - pretty awesome.

also watched Run fatboy run, was ok, Dylan Moran was its saving grace.
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12 libraries? WTF .



on line journals FTW now i remmeber why i did applied science with easliy found materials . heheheh.


oh crap speaking of assingments ....
Online journals are made of win. I am in love with JSTOR. But I need primary documents, which almost always means a trip to the library.
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state library


i lurrrrved it.
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Online journals are made of win. I am in love with JSTOR. But I need primary documents, which almost always means a trip to the library.
Medline was my baby .
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You and I can picspam later and push this thing to a new thread before the day's out.
May I assist in the postwhoring for at least the next two hours?
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state library


i lurrrrved it.
What irritates me about the State Library is 1. you can't check anything out and 2. they make you put bags into storage before entering. I need to lug around my books and vision aides!
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May I assist in the postwhoring for at least the next two hours?
Go for it!

Though I must admit I don't believe I really know you.
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Hi Axver, my name is Frankie, and Ali and Jen know me well.
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Wow, there's tumbleweeds here, too...
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Hi Axver, my name is Frankie, and Ali and Jen know me well.

oh yes indeedie.




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