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virtual conferencing and a few more talks

I was at an NHLA business meeting talking to people about why they might care about what I had for breakfast. It’s a flip way of talking about the whole “Who cares about Twitter/Facebook/Social?” stuff that I feel I hear … Continue reading

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five talks in five days in two countries

So. I just got back from a weeklong trip that took me to Somerville, Nova Scotia and environs, and the Manchester/Hooksett New Hampshire area. You can see some photos. This is what I did there. I went to a brown … Continue reading

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NHLA Conferences from days past

When I went to prowl around the Carpenter Memorial Library in Manchester, I saw some old photos of a previous NH Library Association Conference from, I think, 1924. Take a look at these librarians. Greg took a few nice shots … Continue reading

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NHLA day one, first talk

I’m giving two talks at NHLA. I gave the keynote today — I LOVE getting to talk about big ideas, keynotes are fun — and now it is online: Until We’re All Robots: Sensible Approaches to Technology in Libraries. It … Continue reading

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NHLA conference this week, come say hi

The New Hampshire Library Association is having their annual conference in Manchester this coming week. I’ll be there giving a talk about blogs and a talk about robots. Please stop by and say hello if you’re there. I’ll have some … Continue reading

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