Tag Archives: email

the problem with digitally divided government

[another edited post from a mailing list discussing digitally divided citizens. Some people were reflecting that their elected officials don’t remember being offline. In Vermont we have a different issue] In Vermont where, at least where I live, ‚Äčour elected … Continue reading

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our relationships with our vendors – selling contact information from conferences

I spoke at a conference recently. I speak at a lot of conferences. Most conferences give me complimentary registration which I enjoy because then I can see other programs and hobnob with people. Only recently has this become a problem. … Continue reading

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privacy and library data: email, IPs and &c.

I’ve been reading with interest the news stories lately about Epsilon. For those of you who don’t know Epsilon is a company that does marketing. Many companies give Epsilon customer lists and Epsilon uses that information to, say, email you … Continue reading

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happy fifteenth birthday web4lib

Roy Tennant has a short reflective piece on the occasion of Web4Lib’s 15th birthday. It may seem like this is a self-serving message designed to solicit “good job” replies, but that isn’t my intent. I started the list because I … Continue reading

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I am terribly jealous of the digital branch style guide

David Lee King shares his digital branch’s style guide. A little long, but all recommendations are simple, clearly explained and sensible. Oh look, they spell email just like normal people do, yay! Style guides do more than just help you … Continue reading

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