This is going to be a rather long post...
One is that the laptop shelfreading SRN I was doing claimed that it had about 3000 items in it, when in reality it was only about 3 vertical sections of books. I thought that was rather odd.
The other issue is that while I was laptop shelfreading (after the computer had already restarted once because of automatic updates; you have to love Windows), I got a radio call from Charles, who said that a patron had complained that there were no golf pencils to be had anywhere in the library. I found this complaint to be valid, and I spent some 25 minutes repopulating all the various computer terminal bins with both pencils and paper (of which there was also almost none to speak of).
I looked back at the schedules for previous weeks on Whentowork and noticed that no one has been scheduled to clean the computers since the week of November 7th. That used to be a regularly scheduled Sunday task, and a very necessary one at that (in terms of resupplying the pencils and paper, even if the issues of cleanliness are left aside). So I think it's urgent that computer cleaning (or at least pencil/paper resupply duty) be assigned regularly again.
While I was down in the annex grabbing another box of pencils (it might be a good idea to order some more of those, by the way), I heard music coming from the confrence room next to the elevator and found someone sitting their listening to music on their phone in the dark. I explained to her that it was a staff area only, and she said she didn't know that, so I escorted her into the main subbasement hallway.
In addition, Jeff just told me that he and Genny discovered that Ames had been unlocked all day and that people were studying down there in the dark. This was reported to Charles.
Other than that... not much of note.