Advertising Your Personal Web Site on ArLiSNAP

Include your personal web site or blog in your profile to increase the number of links to your site (it will move your site up on search engine results). Every time you post or comment at ArLiSNAP, your webpage will be hyperlinked to your name, if you are signed in. For a good example, see jesmesfes‘ posts and comments. You can also contact the blog administrator to add your site to the Resources Page.

New on the Job: Rookie Flubs

SEPTEMBER 18, 2006

By Paula Lehman
The first year brings high expectations which can quickly deflate if you make some of these beginner’s mistakes
Few times in a young person’s life are as stressful as the first year out of college. If all goes well, you land a dream job in your chosen profession. But now everything hangs in the balance. Do well in your rookie job and it could put your career into overdrive. Your employer may shower you with promotions, pay raises, and increased responsibility, and you’ll be able to leapfrog ahead of the competition in your next position. Do poorly, and you may be sent down to the minors.

The good news: Barring any serious infractions, relatively few people get completely sidetracked in their first year on the job, as most employers allow for a learning curve. The bad news is the reputation you make for yourself will be yours for a good long time—the corporate equivalent of your permanent academic record—coloring the way people see you for many years.

Rookie mistakes are hard to avoid, but easy to learn from. Here’s some advice to keep you sailing straight.


Yale Art Lbirary

Fine Arts Library Bloomington (I think you are probably familiar with this one – hey, artisblog anyone?)

Art Blog: Art exhibition in the Frederick and Kazuko Harris Fine Arts Library

(these were pulled from
Art Institute of Dallas

Pacific NW College of Art, Fine Art Library

arlisna (unofficial I assume)

Heather Ball (not really in service)

Tony Gill (of the ADAM Gateway fame – this blog seems more personal than professional)