In the wake of social media and other tools, I have retired this, my old-fashioned html site. It was nice while it lasted.
The new place to find information about me is at my LibGuide Liaison page. There you can find links to all of my course and research guides, my schedule and (eventually) my cv.
As liaison to the economics and sociology and anthropology departments, I talk with students about their research questions, helping them use the library's resources, or with faculty about supporting classes through library instruction, course resource (web) pages and handouts. To learn more, stop by my office in the library, send me an e-mail or give me a call. I am in the library most weekdays from 8:30 - 5:00. Use my online scheduler to arrange a consultation with me.
When I find web sites of interest to research at Carleton, I bookmark these sites online so others can see them. I use more than one type of online bookmarking software because there are different advantages to each. You might want to try online bookmarking yourself. It is a great way to keep track of the burgeoning information online (both in the free and deep web) and to collaborate with your colleagues.