JUST A JOKE-NO HARD FEELING……………………….

August 25, 2011

THIS IS JUST A JOKE……………………NO HARD FEELING……………OK??!!………………

INI CUMA BERCANDAAN BIASA AJA……………CUMA GUYONAN………………..GAK ADA MAKSUD MENYINGGUNG SIAPAPUN……..APAPUN…………….PIHAK MANAPUN…………………………JANGAN ADA YANG TERSINGGUNG…………………… SEKALI LAGI CUMA GUYONAN…………..CUMA CANDAAN…….LAWAKAN…………………..

Avenged Sevenfold – Dear God

August 24, 2011

Avenged Sevenfold – Dear God Lyrics

A lonely road, crossed another cold state line
Miles away from those I love purpose hard to find
While I recall all the words you spoke to me
Can’t help but wish that I was there
Back where I’d love to be, oh yeah

Dear God the only thing I ask of you is
to hold her when I’m not around,
when I’m much too far away
We all need that person who can be true to you
But I left her when I found her
And now I wish I’d stayed
‘Cause I’m lonely and I’m tired
I’m missing you again oh no
Once again

There’s nothing here for me on this barren road
There’s no one here while the city sleeps
and all the shops are closed
Can’t help but think of the times I’ve had with you
Pictures and some memories will have to help me through, oh yeah

Dear God the only thing I ask of you is
to hold her when I’m not around,
when I’m much too far away
We all need that person who can be true to you
I left her when I found her
And now I wish I’d stayed
‘Cause I’m lonely and I’m tired
I’m missing you again oh no
Once again

Some search, never finding a way
Before long, they waste away
I found you, something told me to stay
I gave in, to selfish ways
And how I miss someone to hold
when hope begins to fade…

A lonely road, crossed another cold state line
Miles away from those I love purpose hard to find

Dear God the only thing I ask of you is
to hold her when I’m not around,
when I’m much too far away
We all need the person who can be true to you
I left her when I found her
And now I wish I’d stayed
‘Cause I’m lonely and I’m tired
I’m missing you again oh no
Once again

10 Biblical Facts That Everyone Gets Wrong

August 24, 2011

I love religious lists – especially those involving facts or debunkings. In memory of the very popular list on factlets people get wrong I have put this one together inspired by the same excellent source. Be sure to add your own factlets to the comments, and when you are done, check out the Top 10 Misconceptions About the Bible. This list also features a competition, so be sure to check out the bonus item.

10 Adam and Eve

Contrary to popular belief, Adam and Eve were expelled from Eden not because they ate the forbidden fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil, but in order to prevent them from eating from the tree of life (both forbidden trees are in Genesis 2:9) which would have made them eternal. God doesn’t like competition! Here is the verse (Genesis 3:22-23): “And he said: Behold Adam is become as one of us, knowing good and evil: now, therefore, lest perhaps he put forth his hand, and take also of the tree of life, and eat, and live for ever. [23] And the Lord God sent him out of the paradise of pleasure, to till the earth from which he was taken.”

9 Jonah and the Whale

We all know the tale of Jonah and the whale… but how well do we know it? Well enough to know that he wasn’t eaten by a whale? It was no mammal that ate Jonah – it was a huge fish – though its type is not mentioned. Of course, I am presuming that everyone reading this list knows that a whale is not a fish.

8 Samson and Delilah

Samson and Delilah is a famous story from the Old Testament which ends rather badly, as Samson’s long hair is cut short to destroy his strength. The common misconception is that Delilah was the one to give him the chop – a kind of ancient bobbit if you will. But in fact, it was Delilah’s servant who did it.

7 Rapture

The “Rapture” is not in the Bible! Despite being believed by a large number of protestants (many of whom also believe that only that which is in the Bible can be true) it was actually invented in the 1600s by one Cotton Mather – otherwise famous for murdering women by strangling them to death (by hanging) in the Salem witch trials. The term in the Bible commonly mistranslated to the word “rapture” actually comes from the Greek ἁρπάζω (harpazo) which actually means “caught up” or “taken away” and it refers to one person only (Philip).

6 Three Wise Men

There weren’t three and they didn’t visit Jesus in a manger. The Bible gives neither the number of men (but does the number of gifts as three, which is probably where this misconception stems from). Additionally, Herod demanded the death of all boys under two, making it probable that Christ had been born up to two years prior. Also, the wise men visited Jesus when he lived in a house according to the Biblical account in Matthew 2:11.

5 Get Rich Quick

The Bible does not condemn drinking alcohol (remember that Jesus’ first public miracle was turning water into wine at a wedding party), or gambling and betting. The closest it comes to the latter is to recommend against get rich quick schemes (Ecclesiastes 5:10) and loving money excessively. Be sure to remember that next time you are sipping your wine at the local casino. Addendum: “The Bible does NOT condemn the drinking of alcohol – that misconception is a holdover from Calvinistic and Purtanical Prtotestantism – which worked its way into Methodism etc; What the Bible DOES say is “Be not DRUNK of the fruit of the vine” – at the same time many gainsayers will claim that the water was turned into grape juice – but the original Gospels clearly use a word which translates from the original Greek as WINE a “fermented grape beverage”. [addendum courtesy of carra 23]. Traditionally drunk means “falling down drunk” – in other words, the loss of the will to control oneself.

4 Help

“God helps those who help themselves” – a wise and good quote that everyone knows is from the Bible. But, in fact, it isn’t. It was a man, not a god who coined the well known (and overused) proverb. It was Benjamin Franklin in his Poor Richard’s almanac.

3 Brother’s Keeper

Another quote we all know from the Bible is “Am I my brother’s keeper?” Now ask yourself – do you know what God’s answer was to this question? You don’t – no one does because the Bible doesn’t tell us what He replied. If God were to have answered, we can presume it would have been in the affirmative if all of the other commands to look after our brothers in the New Testament are taken into consideration.

2 Christmas Travel

The Virgin Mary is not described in the Bible as having travelled to Bethlehem on a donkey. No mention is made at all in the gospels of the mode of transport used in the journey. The first mention of her riding a donkey comes from the non-Biblical Protoevangelium of James which you can read here. It was written around 150AD and is also one of the oldest works to describe Mary as a virgin both before and after the birth of Christ. The exact quote from the Protoevangelium is “And he [Joseph] saddled the ass, and set her upon it;”

1 Horned Moses

This has been mentioned in passing in comments on previous lists but it definitely warrants a mention here. Unlike most of the misconceptions here which deal specifically with what the Bible says or doesn’t say, this one is a misconception about the translation of part of it. The Old Testament refers to Moses as having horns on his head after he went up the mountain to see God. This prompted Michaelangelo to sculpt him with the horns. Many people believe that this was due to a mistranslation of the description of Moses but, in fact, it isn’t. Moses really is described as being horned. And the reason for this? In Old Testament times, a person who was believed to have seen or been touched by God was described as having horns (or rays of light) coming from their head. It was an ancient symbol much like today’s gloriole.

+ Competition

[NOTE: The competition has now ended and the two winners of the beautiful Bible are: 23redleader and MrsBenLinus – congratulations!]

In honor of this list being about Biblical misconceptions and the fact that Christmas is almost one week away, we are having a competition. After the publication of tomorrow’s list I will choose two commenters at random to win a copy of the Haydock Bible – a stunning leather bound Bible which has a commentary alongside each verse giving interpretations from the early Christian fathers. It is my favorite edition of the Bible and it is an impressive size (11×9 inches). This book is valued at $118 USD and we will deliver to any country.

http://listverse.com/2010/12/17/10-biblical-facts-that-everyone-gets-wrong/

Reo Speedwagon

August 24, 2011

REO SPEEDWAGON

SAYKOJI – APA KUBILANG

August 24, 2011

14 Stations of the Cross

August 24, 2011

Today is Good Friday, the day traditionally set aside in the year to remember the death of Jesus on the cross. Good Friday is one of only two days in the year that Roman Catholics do not have Mass. Instead, on this day, most Catholic Churches say the stations of the Cross (these are normally found an pictures around the inside walls of all Churches). In the 12th century, St Francis of Assisi devised the list and started the tradition of reciting it as a type of devotional service. Structurally, Mel Gibson’s 2004 film, The Passion of the Christ, follows the stations. This is the complete list of the 14 stations, as St Francis defined them.


1

First Station

Jesus is condemned to death

 

 

 

 


2

Second Station

Jesus carries His cross

 

 

 

 

 

 3

Third Station

Jesus falls the first time

 

 

 

 

 


4

Fourth Station

Jesus meets his mother

 

 

 

 

 

 5

Fifth Station

Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus to carry his cross

 

 

 

 

 

 6

Sixth Station

Veronica wipes the face of Jesus

 

 

 

 

 

7

Seventh Station

Jesus falls the second time

 

 

 

 

 

 8

Eight Station

Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem

 

 

 

 

 

9

Ninth Station

Jesus falls a third time

 

 

 

 

 

 10

Tenth Station

Jesus’ clothes are taken away

 

 

 

 

 

 11

Eleventh Station

Jesus is nailed to the cross

 

 

 

 

 

 12

Twelfth Station

Jesus dies on the cross

 

 

 

 

 

 13

Thirteenth Station

The body of Jesus is taken down from the cross

 

 

 

 

 

 14

Fourteenth Station

Jesus is laid in the tomb

 

 

 

 

 

http://listverse.com/2008/03/21/14-stations-of-the-cross/

 

10 Fascinating Angels and Demons

August 24, 2011

This is a list of angels and demons probably not featured in the recently released movie of the same name. The entities listed below, have at various times been subject to exoteric and esoteric teachings throughout our history in many allegedly divinely inspired traditions as physical beings or as a psychological projection into the outer world of our own good and evil emotions and thoughts. This is a list of angels and demons probably not featured in the recently released movie of the same name. The entities listed below, have at various times been subject to exoteric and esoteric teachings throughout our history in many allegedly divinely inspired traditions as physical beings or as a psychological projection into the outer world of our own good and evil emotions and thoughts.

10  Uriel

In Christianity, one of the 7 archangels, Uriel plays a role in the rescue of Jesus’ cousin John the Baptist from the massacre of the innocents. He carries John and his mother Saint Elizabeth to join the Holy Family after their Flight into Egypt. Their reunion is depicted in Leonardo da Vinci’s Virgin of the Rocks. From medieval Jewish mystical traditions, Uriel is also the Angel of Sunday and the Angel of Poetry.

 

 

 

9  Azrael

The archangel of death in Islam also equated with the angel of death in Judeo-Christian traditions and sometimes more commonly known as the grim reaper. He has 4 faces to watch over the 4 cardinal points of the earth, he has 4000 wings, and his whole body consists of eyes and tongues, the number of which corresponds to the number of people inhabiting the earth, he will be the last to die, recording and erasing constantly in a large book the names of men at birth and death.

 

 

8  Gabriel

In Christianity and Islam, Gabriel prophesied the birth of Jesus. He is regarded by Muslims as the intermediary between God and Muhammad in revealing the Qur’an, where he is known as Jibril. Believing in angels is one of the six Articles of Faith in Islam. In Mormonism he was both Noah in his mortal existence and Gabriel in the realms of heaven. Gabriel is mentioned only twice in the New Testament, the passage “I am Gabriel, who stand before God” (Luke 1:19), have led some to think that he must belong to the highest rank, however he is an archangel which is 8th in rank of the 9 orders of angels. The orders are: Seraphim, Cherubim, Thrones, Dominions, Virtues, Powers, Principalities, Archangels and Angels.

 

7  Incubus/Succubus

These are demons, male and female respectively who inhabit people’s dreams in order to have sex with them. One such encounter with an Incubus is said to have resulted in the birth of Merlin, the wizard of Arthurian legend. The Succubus are said to be highly attractive, sustaining their life force by repeated and forced fornication in the presence of the mans wife to the point of complete exhaustion resulting in death.

 

 

6  Metatron

Metatron is primarily associated with Judaism. The Zohar (a Kabalistic work attributed to Simeon Ben Iochai) identifies him as the Angel who oversaw the exodus of the people of Israel out of Egypt. Many esoteric traditions teach that he is the scribe who takes down God’s words, it is said he has an good sense of humor, and can at times be very mischievous! Metatron is associated with the symbol of a blacksmith’s hammer, which represents the shattering of our realities, and then the forging of new ones.

 

 

5  Babalon

Referred to as The Guardian of the Abyss, The Scarlet Woman, Mother of Abominations, her place in St. John’s Book of Apocalypse (Revelation) and Enochian magic inspired occultists to elevate her to the position of the liberated woman within the Mystical system of Thelema. This culminated in a series of magical rituals known as the Babalon Working. These took place between January 4 and March 4, 1946 by Jack Parsons (the co-founder of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory JPL) and his partner and scribe Frater H. The point of these rituals was to invoke and manifest Babalon, then to conceive a child who would bring forward the aeon of Horus and the death of all religion. The success of the rituals has been debated ever since, in esoteric and occult legend. Jack Parsons died in 1952 aged 38 in an explosion at his home, and rumors have persisted of a magical working gone wrong. A crater on the far side of the moon is named after him. After the Babalon working, the scribe, Frater H, eloped with Parson’s wife and his money (a skill he became very good at). The identity of Frater H? None other than L Ron Hubbard the founder of scientology!

 

4  Moroni

Moroni is the name given by Joseph Smith to the angel that he claimed appeared to him several times in the 1820s. Smith believed that he was the keeper of the gold plates upon which was written, the book of Mormon. The plates were written in unusual characters, referred to as “reformed Egyptian”. Smith hid behind a blanket so no one else could see the golden tablets, and translated them into King James style English. Smith claimed that Moroni instructed Smith to use every means at his disposal to facilitate the translation including the use of a magical stone. Mormon theology says that when Smith finished the translation, the angel Moroni took the gold plates away with him to heaven. In 1826 Joseph Smith was charged with being a disorderly person and an impostor by a court in Bainbridge NY.

 

3  Choronzon

In Aleister Crowley’s magical system of Thelema, the serpent Choronzon is the ‘dweller’ in the Abyss, the final great obstacle between the magician and true enlightenment. Choronzon is known as the ‘Demon of Dispersion’, and described by Crowley as “a temporary personification of the raving and inconsistent forces that occupy the Abyss.” The name Choronzon though popularized by Aleister Crowley, first occurred in the Enochian records of John Dee (a consultant on many issues to Queen Elizabeth I) where Choronzon is synonymous with the serpent of the garden.

 

2  Seraphim

Many civilizations believe in angels, and many names have been given to the various angels. In the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Bible names only three angels that have a definite individual personality. They are Michael – Prince of Angels, Gabriel – Archangel of annunciation, resurrection, mercy, revelation and death, (Gabriel is considered by many theologians to have been female.) and Satan – The Fallen Angel. The Seraphim are said to be the highest order of angels who guard God’s throne. They are often depicted as ‘burning angels’ to represent them on fire with love for God. In the Bible Isaiah saw them as six winged beings. Tradition holds that they were the first creation of God, to enable God to know himself, through their existence and experiences. Many civilizations believe in angels, and many names have been given to the various angels. In the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Bible names only three angels that have a definite individual personality. They are Michael – Prince of Angels, Gabriel – Archangel of annunciation, resurrection, mercy, revelation and death, (Gabriel is considered by many theologians to have been female.) and Satan – The Fallen Angel. The Seraphim are said to be the highest order of angels who guard God’s throne. They are often depicted as ‘burning angels’ to represent them on fire with love for God. In the Bible Isaiah saw them as six winged beings. Tradition holds that they were the first creation of God, to enable God to know himself, through their existence and experiences.

 

1  Lucifer

Lucifer means “light-bearer” and it is used in various places in the Vulgate Bible as a reference to the planet Venus, a sign of the Zodiac, and “the aurora” (Job 11:17, Job 38:32, Psalm 109:3), and also, most significantly for this list, as the name of the King of Babylon (Isaiah 14:12) which is considered in Christianity to be a metaphor for the Prince of Devils (Lucifer is not considered to be the Devil’s name in Christianity – merely the state from which he fell). The use of the Morning Star metaphor is symbolic of the fall of the light-bearer – as the morning star vanishes in the daylight, so the devil fell from heaven. Interestingly, the word is also used to refer to Jesus in 2 Peter 1:19.

http://listverse.com/2009/05/14/10-fascinating-angels-and-demons/

 

TONIDOPLUG

July 18, 2011

THEPLUG

TonidoPlug is a tiny, low power, low cost home server based on GHz ARM processor that allows you to access your applications, files, photos, music and media from anywhere via a web browser (Powered by Tonido ® software).

TonidoPlug comes pre-installed with powerful Tonido Applications – Torrent, Photos, Jukebox, WebsharePro, Workspace, Thots, Search, Backup and Explorer – all running on top of embedded Ubuntu Jaunty Linux OS. Additionally, TonidoPlug can be extended by installing new applications from the Tonido App store.

Applications and data are always local with TonidoPlug. Your data and applications are available even if there is no internet connection available to your TonidoPlug.

When an external USB hard drive or flash drive is connected, TonidoPlug converts it to a NAS storage accessible from Windows/Mac/Linux computers in the local network.

When you are outside your local network, you can still mount TonidoPlug folders as local drives (using WebDAV) for drag-and-drop download and upload support.

Effortlessly access and share your TonidoPlug’s files through iPhone, Android or Blackberry apps.

You can even stream media to some UPnP/DLNA compliant devices like the XBOX 360 or PlayStation 3 (Beta).

FEATURES

Power efficient green com-

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TonidoPlug apps do not need
an internet connection. After
creating a Tonido profile, you
never need to be online
Run your own personal

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and app server for $99

Small form factor and low cost
– suitable for homes and small
businesses

Access your TonidoPlug

using an unique URL from
anywhere via a Web browser or through native apps for iPhone, Android and Blackberry.

An array of powerful and
easy-to-use applications avail-
able now, more on the way
Create your own private
Tonido network by running
Tonido on all your machines in
your intranet or with your
friends and colleagues and
sync photos or workspace
among your group members

Extensible development plat-
form, allows new applications
to be developed on top of
Tonido

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

“I love my (Tonido)Plug!”

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“This idea of a green server is just right. I am sending a box I was using for a similar purpose to the dumpster. I am sure I will be saving some dollars and pay for the TonidoPlug in a few months.”

“For just shy of $100, the TonidoPlug sells itself. It’s an amazing little device running awesome software which supercharges your external hard drives with a ton of networked potential.”

“I highly recommend getting a TonidoPlug. It’s incredibly fast, easy to configure and use, and will use a lot less power than my PC did staying on 24/7 (serving up shares for the family).”

“I have been running one of these for a few weeks now, definitely awesome. I have all my external drives hooked up to it and sharing on my network.”

“This has got to be one of the most impressive and versatile things I’ve laid hands on.”

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  • Dimensions (L*W*D): 4″* 2.5″ * 2″
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  • Network: Gigabit Ethernet
  • Interface: USB 2.0
  • OS: Windows, Mac and Linux
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PACKAGE CONTENTS

TonidoPlug

Ethernet RJ45 Cable

AC Power Cord

Quick Start Guide

 For further information visit :  http://www.tonidoplug.com/tonido_plug.html

SELF IMAGE

July 18, 2011

Citra diri

Tidak menjadi bingung dengan kesadaran diri, Konsep diri, kesadaran diri, atau persepsi diri.

Citra diri seseorang adalah gambaran mental, umumnya dari jenis yang cukup tahan terhadap perubahan, yang menggambarkan tidak hanya detail yang berpotensi tersedia untuk penyelidikan objektif oleh orang lain (tinggi, berat, warna rambut, jenis kelamin, IQ, dll ), tetapi juga item yang telah dipelajari oleh orang tentang dirinya sendiri, baik dari pengalaman pribadi atau oleh internalisasi penilaian orang lain. Definisi sederhana dari citra diri seseorang adalah jawaban mereka untuk pertanyaan ini – “Apa yang Anda percaya orang berpikir tentang Anda?”.

Citra diri dapat terdiri dari tiga jenis:

Citra diri yang dihasilkan dari bagaimana individu memandang dirinya sendiri.
Citra diri yang dihasilkan dari bagaimana orang lain melihat individu.
Citra diri yang dihasilkan dari bagaimana individu memandang orang lain melihat dia.

Ketiga jenis mungkin atau mungkin bukan representasi yang akurat dari orang tersebut. Semua, beberapa dari mereka tidak ada atau mungkin benar.

 

Citra Diri (apa yang Anda lihat dalam diri Anda)

Ini tidak perlu harus mencerminkan realitas. Memang orang dengan anoreksia yang kurus mungkin memiliki citra diri di mana orang percaya mereka gemuk. Citra diri seseorang dipengaruhi oleh banyak faktor, seperti pengaruh orangtua, teman, media dll

Kuhn (1960) menyelidiki citra diri dengan menggunakan Uji Dua puluh Laporan.

Dia meminta orang untuk menjawab pertanyaan ‘Siapakah aku? ” dalam 20 cara yang berbeda. Ia menemukan bahwa tanggapan dapat dibagi menjadi dua kelompok besar. Ini adalah peran sosial (aspek eksternal atau tujuan diri sendiri seperti anak, teman guru,) dan kepribadian (aspek internal atau afektif dari diri sendiri seperti suka berteman, sabar, humoris).

Daftar jawaban untuk pertanyaan “Siapakah saya” mungkin termasuk contoh masing-masing dari empat jenis berikut tanggapan:

1) Deskripsi Fisik: Aku tinggi, memiliki mata biru … dll

2) Peran Sosial: Kita semua adalah makhluk sosial yang perilakunya dibentuk sampai batas tertentu oleh peran yang kita mainkan. Peran seperti mahasiswa, ibu rumah tangga, atau anggota tim sepak bola tidak hanya membantu orang lain untuk mengenali kita tetapi juga membantu kita untuk mengetahui apa yang diharapkan dari kita dalam berbagai situasi.

3) Sifat Pribadi: Ini adalah dimensi ketiga dari diri kita-deskripsi. “Saya impulsif … aku murah hati … saya cenderung khawatir banyak” … dll

4) Laporan Eksistensial (yang abstrak): Ini dapat berkisar dari “Saya adalah anak alam semesta” untuk “Aku seorang manusia” untuk “menjadi I’ma spiritual” … dll

 

Biasanya orang muda menggambarkan dirinya lebih dalam hal sifat-sifat pribadi seperti itu, sedangkan orang tua merasa didefinisikan untuk tingkat yang lebih besar oleh peran sosial mereka.

 

 

CITRA DIRI adalah: Penilaian terhadap diri sendiri.

Berikut paparan tentang “SELF IMAGE” menurut Dra. M.Yovita R. Pandin,M.M. selaku Rektor Unika Darma Cendika Surabaya SELF IMAGE             

 

 

 

 

Sumber :

http://www.simplypsychology.org/self-concept.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-image

 

 

Jabatan Fungsional Pustakawan

July 15, 2011

Jabatan Fungsional Pustakawan telah diakui eksistensinya dengan terbitnya Keputusan Menteri Negara Pendayaan Aparatur Negara (MENPAN) Nomor 18 tahun 1988 tentang Jabatan Fungsional Pustakawan dan Angka kreditnya dan kemudian dilengkapi dengan Surat Edaran Bersama (SEB) antara Kepala Perpustakaan Nasional RI dan Kepala Badan Kepegawaian Negara Nomor 53649/MPK/1998 dan Nomor 15/SE/1998. Tujuan diciptakaannya jabatan fungsional tersebut yaitu agar para pustakawan dapat meningkatkan karirnya sesuai dengan prestasi dan potensi yang dimilikinya.

Dalam rangka memberikan lahan perolehan angka kredit yang lebih luas serta mengantisipasi keluarnya Keputusan Presiden tentang Rumpun Jabatan Pegawai Negeri Sipil, pada tanggal 24 Pebruari 1998 terbit Keputusan Menteri Negara Pendayagunaan Aparatur Negara Nomor 33 Tahun 1998 tentang Jabatan Fungsional Pustakawan dan Angka Kreditnya sebagai revisi dari Kep. MENPAN Nomor 18 Tahun 1988. Keputusan MENPAN ini diikuti dengan Keputusan Bersama Kepala Perpustakaan Nasional RI dan Kepala Badan Kepegawaian Negara Nomor 07 Tahun 1998 dan Nomor 59 Tahun 1998 sebagai petunjuk pelaksanaannya.

Seiring dengan keluarnya Undang-Undang Nomor 22 Tahun 1999 tentang Pemerintah Daerah dan Keputusan Presiden Nomor 87 Tahun 1999 tentang Rumpun Jabatan, maka sebagai konsekuensi logisnya Kep. MENPAN Nomor 33 Tahun 1998 tersebut perlu direvisi dan pada tanggal 3 Desember 2002 terbit Keputusan Menteri Pendayagunaan Aparatur Negara Nomor 132/KEP/M.PAN/12/2002 tentang Jabatan Fungsional Pustakawan dan Angka Kreditnya. Keputusan Menpan ini diikuti dengan terbitnya Keputusan Bersama Kepala Perpustakaan Nasional RI dan Kepala Badan Kepegawaian Negara Nomor 23 Tahun 2003 dan Nomor 21 Tahun 2003.

Saat ini jumlah tenaga fungsional Pustakawan yang terjaring pada pangkalan data Pusat Pengembangan Pustakawan sebanyak 2.240 orang yang tersebar di berbagai perpustakaan di Indonesia. Data pustakawan yang ada saat ini menunjukkan bahwa keberadaan pejabat fungsional Pustakawan masih terkonsentrasi pada perpustakaan perguruan tinggi dan perpustakaan khusus. Pejabat fungsional yang berada di perpustakaan umum baru 36 orang (1,6%) dan perpustakaan sekolah 201 orang (8,9%). Kondisi pustakawan di kedua jenis perpustakaan tersebut mencerminkan juga perkembangan perpustakaannya yang belum berkembang seperti jenis perpustakaan lain. Untuk itu mulai tahun anggaran 2003 pengembangan pustakawan akan dititikberatkan pada pustakawan di perpustakaan umum dan sekolah. Dalam melaksanakan pembinaan dan pengembangan pustakawan tentunya harus koordinasi dengan instansi maupun unit kerja lainnya yang terkait.

Jenjang Jabatan

Jenjang jabatan fungsional pustakawan berdasarkan Keputusan Menpan No. 132/KEP/M.PAN/12/2002 terdiri dari jalur terampil dan ahli. Perbedaan kedua jalur ini didasarkan atas latar belakang pendidikan pustakawan. Jalur terampil bagi pejabat fungsional pustakawan yang berlatar belakang pendidikan D2/D3 Pusdokinfo atau D2/D3 Nonpusdokinfo ditambah diklat yang disetarakan. Sedangkan jalur ahli adalah bagi para pustakawan yang memiliki latar belakang minimal S1 Pusdokinfo atau S1 Nonpusdokinfo ditambah dengan diklat bagi pustakawan ahli.

Jalur terampil meliputi:

·  Pustakawan Pelaksana : Golongan ruang II/b, II/c dan II/d

·  Pustakawan Pelaksana Lanjutan : Golongan ruang III/a dan III/b

·  Pustakawan Penyelia : Golongan ruang III/c dan III/d

Jalur Ahli meliputi:

·  Pustakawan Pertama : Golongan ruang III/a dan III/b

·  Pustakawan Muda : Golongan ruang III/c dan III/d

·  Pustakawan Madya : Golongan ruang IV/a, IV/b dan IV/c

·  Pustakawan Utama : Golongan ruang IV/d dan IV/e

Cara Pengajuan Sebagai Pejabat Fungsional Pustakawan

Membuat Surat Permohonan untuk diangkat sebagai Pejabat Fungsional Pustakawan yang ditujukan kepada pejabat yang berwenang menetapkan Angka Kredit, dengan melampirkan :

·  Foto copy SK pengangkatan terakhir

·  Foto copy DP-3 terakhir

·  Foto copy Ijazah terakhir

·  Foto copy sertifikat Diklat Kepustakawanan bagi yang berlatar belakang non pusdokinfo.

·  Dupak beserta lampiran bukti fisik