Some of my tweets from #FanLIS2022 Day 1

I was able to recover my Noter Live log, yay! I’ll go back and collect the tweets from after my reboot later.

Dr Suzanne Black:

has been joined by a cat. This is the most important thing to know about the FanLIS Symposium.

Every technology/platform seems to impose a taxonomy because you have to for organization.

JSA Lowe:

sharing about visual/material design of fan-bound texts. I'm ([@KimberlyHirsh](https://micro.blog/KimberlyHirsh)) obsessed with the desire to make them look like books from a particular era (pulp, 80s or 90s mass market) and even distress them so they look used.

Dr Naomi Jacobs:

Fanbinders learn so many different skills related to design and craft.

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