Friday, November 21, 2008

Moving to a cubicle world - plus start/sit for Week 12

As I think I mentioned awhile back, the library that I work in (yes, I seriously am a librarian for those of you who are new to the blog) is under a massive construction project that will transform two floors of the library. There has been a solid amount of chaos, noise, dust, and destruction right outside my office for the past 4 months, but today I am moving to a new office - I will soon be ensconced in a cubicle, though one that has glass walls looking out over the flatiron mountains of Boulder - in fact, here's my new view to the left (thanks to my coworker Alison for the great photo). Beautiful, no? So today is sure to be a busy one since I am somehow the point person in my department for this move. This means I might not get the consensus start/sit list compiled until tonight or tomorrow but don't worry, it will be posted. In the meantime, enjoy the list of start or sit links below and check out my post from yesterday for several others.

Also, a few other links for you today including my Fifth Down column for the Times - Fantasy Football: The Surprises Never Cease and Hatty Waiver Wire Guru's latest video - Playoff Run Week 12.

3 comments:

Stephen said...

Also, this great FF article in today's Wall Street Journal - "Fantasy Sports in a War Zone"

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB122713803586142445.html

bigboid said...

I have to say I hate you for your window view! I went to school in Colorado, so I do remember how beautiful the Front Range is. Living in IL, I have nothing but corn and soybean fields for a view. Well, and my office looks out on hotel windows (don't ask!).

Fantasy Football Librarian said...

Stephen - thanks for the WSJ link. I'm enjoying all the FF articles they seem to have this season and I think it's all thanks to journalist Nando Di Fino - so kudos to Nando.

bigboid - I can send you a daily photo of the flatirons if that would help transport you back to your CO days. And since I went to school in IL, perhaps you can reciprocate with IL views. Though really, I don't think there was a single field in Evanston. Every spare square was being developed...