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This afternoon, I refamiliarize myself with the ArchivesSpace API and begin trying to do some things to our ASpace instance. eeeeep.

Thanks to Oceanโ€™s 8 and LAM discourse for the dream where I teamed up with some archivists to steal the British Crown Jewels, break them up, and repatriate the stones to their countries of origin.

~ Science fact ~

Jetlag is nature's way of ensuring that all air travel has a slightly nightmarish quality

Sometimes you get asked to write part of your area's ARL Big Heads update. Sometimes you learn that actually you've got the skills to write that kind of thing. ๐Ÿ‘€

My sister butt-dialed me at 5am and Iโ€™m not living the interrupted sleep and panic recovery.

Same with the fridge. So far. Iโ€™m really trying to get this place into a welcoming shape for my husband. Tomorrow night I do buy more of HIS things to put in the fridge because OMG heโ€™s moving home for good?

We're deployed! And we only have one serious error to fix but it's not enough of an error that it's huge or anything... just means the devs will be working on it today.

So... libraries.psu.edu hopefully our results are better than Book Reviews

so good news and bad news. We run our site on four servers held together by duct tape:

TIL!

And also:

web01 is not doing availability
web02 is ishy
web03 is perfect
web04 is sick

I'm like ... can we force everyone to use web03?

Oh gosh gosh gosh today we have to deploy and I'm sitting here in a room with the devs wondering why something's different on stage vs. qa before we can deploy it live...