Email received today:
From: University of Alabama ILL office
Subject: Your requested Interlibrary Loan material has been mailed
Body: Dear Katherine Popadin (DE), A loan that you had requested: Title: An annotated bibliography on hand knitting with an historical introduction. Author: Gifford, Virginia Snodgrass. has been received and per your instructions regarding delivery is now in transit to you at the following address …
This is beyond the usual ILL magic. This (self-published book), according to WorldCat, is owned by five libraries in the U.S. (Oh, and UA is not one of them). And it’s in the mail to me!
Why? Well, I have to design and develop a Web site for a final project for my Intermediate Web Development class through Mizzou. I’m going to create a knitting pathfinder.