Flippin’ Busy

Kevin King —  November 18, 2015 — 2 Comments

flipboardThe past couple of months I have been burning the candle at both ends. This means that the blog has been taking a backseat to things like sleeping and eating. Even though I have not been posting as regularly as I would like, I am still monitoring articles, reading books, and viewing other blogs on leadership. I save the best stuff on Flipboard an amazing tool that allows me to “flip” great articles I find on the web into a “magazine” so I can refer to them at a later date. Many of my blog posts are based on something I have “flipped” into the Library Lost & Found Magazine.

I encourage you to use Flipboard online or download the app. Afterwards be sure to follow the Library Lost & Found Magazine. You’ll find a lot of great resources to help you be a great leader and you just might learn a thing or two.

Kevin King

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Kevin King is the Head of Branch and Circulation Services at the Kalamazoo (MI) Public Library. Previously Kevin led Teen Services at KPL, where he helped build a nationally recognized program. Kevin has presented all over the country on many topics including teen services, innovation, graphic novels, and programming. As a member of ALA, YALSA, PLA and the Michigan Library Association, Kevin has served on various committees and has luckily won a couple of awards. In his spare time Kevin obsesses over the Detroit Tigers, listens to music and does his best to be a kick ass dad to Abigail and Rachael.

2 responses to Flippin’ Busy

  1. 

    What have you used in the past? I should try Flipboard. I have experimented with Trello, Evernote, and Scoop.it, but the only one I somewhat use is Evernote. I am terrible and still do bookmarks, hoard with the Facebook save feature, and retweet to read things later. At least I am a master with my email accounts. 🙂

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