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policies aren’t really policies if you don’t enforce them

Ed Bilodeau has a few words about food/drink/trash policies. If you feel that you must have them, enforce them. I am calling on librarians everywhere to pull yourself away from the Internet and take a few minutes every day at … Continue reading

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Library Camp!

I went to library camp in Montrèal and had a very good time. This was the second library event that I’ve been to recently where I stuck around for the whole thing and I’m glad I did. I even woke … Continue reading

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Notes from Montreal talks

I managed to do two talks in two days from the same set of slides that were, in many ways, totally different. I talked about Library 2.0 stuff to McGill SLIS students on Thursday and then to professional librarians (mostly) … Continue reading

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Web 2.me – a talk in Montreal

I’ve been getting pretty bad at doing advance notice for some of the public speaking that I’ve been doing and have a resolution of sorts to get better about it. So, this is a few days advance notice that I’ll … Continue reading

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feather books – digitally on display at McGill

I post about bookish things less and less lately. Please enjoy this one, straight out of MetaFilter. “The Feather Book, digitized by and on display at McGill University: A seventeenth-century book containing illustrations of birds and men — composed of … Continue reading

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