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8 Bit Librarian- Adventures of a newly minted librarian
8 Bit Librarian Adventures of a newly minted librarian. Featured. Japan Trip 2018/19 Japan Trip 2018/19. December 4, 2018 Ryan Tucci Comments 0 Comment. So the Shyla and Ryan Japan Adventure 2018/19 has come to a close. It was an incredible 27 days! The plan is to continue writing posts about my experiences. I have gone ahead and made this a ...
Let me start off by saying, I’m no photographer. I don’t have any formal training in the art of taking a photograph. That said, leading up to my trip to Japan I did do a lot of self-exploration into what makes a good photo on a mobile device (iPhone Photography School has a YouTube channel too).
So, yesterday I was finally able to share Shyla and I’s Japan Tour with my colleagues at Carleton University Library. Over an hour “Lunch and Learn” presentation we looked at over 200 photos on an absolutely massive 107 slide Google Slideshow (featured below).
Osaka was a beautiful city but as Shyla says, it feels very much like Tokyo. When I visited Europe last year, this was one of the problems I had when I visited cities like London, they felt too, commercial?
About Me About Me. My name is Ryan and I am a recent graduate of the Masters of Library and Information Sciences program at San José State University. Prior to my MLIS, I received my undergraduate degree in History and a minor in Communication Studies from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.
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Jan 29, 2019 · If you followed along with Shyla and I’s Japan trip, you will have noticed we made a stop at Nomura Samurai House and Garden.. Gardens were an aspect of Japan that wasn’t really on my radar when I was planning my trip to Japan.