Tuesday, September 11, 2007


I've recently decided to go back to school for library science. Soon after filling out the "request more information" form at the Web site of Drexel's (mighty expensive) program, I received a glossy color packet that probably cost 38 percent of some kid's tuition. Infosphere, the department's quarterly newsletter, contains the following delightful paragraph:

"iGoogle, iPod, iVillage ... 'i' has rapidly become the internationally recognized prefix of technology. Drexel's College of Information and Technology is at the forefront of this trend with its adoption of the brand 'The iSchool at Drexel.'"

I will probably not being applying to the iSchool at Drexel.

1 comment:

Conrad said...

iSupport your decision.