Tag Archives: plablog

TechEssence and blog people generally

You probably saw it someplace else already, but I can’t get over the amazing list of superstars who will be contributing to TechEssence.info, a new site about “accurate, understandable explanations of important information technologies for libraries.” The site runs on … Continue reading

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my two posts from PLA yesterday

Today I went into the wilds of Filene’s Basement with my sister to get my boyfriend a suit, so no PLA for me, even though I heard that Jenny and Michael’s talk was excellent (and agree with Sarah and Suzi, … Continue reading

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two posts over at PLABlog

I went to two interesting sessions yesterday which I blogged about for PLA. Creating a Digital Library on a Shoestring, Laurie Thompson and Sarah Houghton Right of Center and Still Balanced – Susan Hill I also went to a WebJunction … Continue reading

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see you at PLA?

I’m at PLA for the next few days so updates will be over at the PLAblog, and you can follow along with the photostream at Flickr by looking at the pla2006 tag. You can’t sort by author so I suggest … Continue reading

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first days of ALA

It’s been really great seeing all the activity at ALA. Attendance seems to be up from last year and the convention center, though far from everything, is a nice place to comfortably hold over 10,000 people. Here is a photo … Continue reading

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