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In which I get to “do whatever workshop you want”

One of the other great things about the Rural Libraries Conference is that, in addition to giving a keynote presentation, I was also given a workshop slot to … basically do whatever I wanted. One of the things that I … Continue reading

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doing it right when everything is going wrong

Apologies in advance because this isn’t really about libraries as much as about conferencing. Maybe more of an etiquette post than anything. I skipped April. Not on purpose. I was supposed to go to TXLA and came down with a … Continue reading

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theming it up for 2013

I’ve been doing a lot less public speaking this year, by choice. Just trying to travel less, be more of a homebody, be choosier. I just noticed that I haven’t mentioned any of the talks I have been doing or … Continue reading

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cloudsourcing – NELA-ITS program about the cloud

I was in Worcester yesterday at their lovely public library at a NELA-ITS event with the amusing title “Cloudy with a Chance of Connecting to the Future!” I gave a pretty straightforward talk about what libraries need to think about … Continue reading

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a few unrelated talks & travel

The interesting thing, to me about being known as an “influential librarian” is that sometimes when life gets busy people still know you as a blogger even if you’re not doing much blogging. I’m in the process of selling my … Continue reading

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