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home for the summer

And I’m home for the summer. Well except for ALA. This long weekend I went down to RILA and gave a talk, one of my favorites, about social software and intellectual freedom and privacy. Then I got to see my … Continue reading

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quickie plug for an ALA event

Hi there. I’m heading down to RILA this rainy morning but I wanted to mention for those of you who are ALA-bound and looking for activities, my pal Kim Cooper [from SaveLAPL fame] will be leading a full-day Raymond Chandler … Continue reading

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A few links and a talk

I’m wrapping up the end of “talk season” here at librarian.net. I’ll be speaking at the Rhode Island Library Conference on June 6th and the Connecticut Library Consortium on June 9th. Then I’m done except for ALA. Yes, I’ll be … Continue reading

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RILA and bellydancing

The talk I gave at RILA yesterday, a variant on my digital divide talk (though with the same name) is online here: The Information Poor & the Information Don’t Care. Small Libraries and the Digital Divide. I have a few … Continue reading

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