Sybil's spent all week trying to get hold of an audio version of Descartes' "Meditations on First Philosophy" for a visually-impaired customer. This isn't the easiest of searches, not made any easier by said customer ringing the library once a day to complain that it's non-arrival is a breach of the Disability Discrimination Act (completely unfounded: we don't discriminate against any self-important tosspot of any kind).
"It'll be just my luck for him to do a WorldCat search or something and find it first time," she says.
"He's online then?"
"I couldn't find it on Project Gutenberg."
"Have you tried LibriVox?"
She did, and lo and behold!
We can jack it in now, we've had the win for the year.