Globalization of Information

Hmmmm. This is the given description of this program: “As organizations expand globally, the challenge for researchers is to ensure the information they are gathering is internationally based and current. This session will provide an overview of best practices for developing a strategy for globalization and an effective program of research to help organizations ensure …

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Who are you? Who who, who who?

I posted about the Monday night parties before posting about another session I attended on Monday. Whoops! I can’t imagine why my mind strayed like that. . . Anyway, Monday afternoon I went to a session called Information Professional: The New Private Investigator. This session focused on public records information and was presented by Howard …

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SLA Conference Opening Keynote with Vint Cerf

Earlier this week I was at the SLA conference in Seattle. I took lots of notes, but didn’t have a lot of time to make them into semi-coherent blog posts, what with all the evening activities (see next post). So, these entires are being posted a smidge after the fact, but will hopefully still be …

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The One that Crawled Up My Butt and Died

As I’ve previously mentioned, I hesitate to write a nasty e-mail about anyone, particularly on a listserv, and I do not engage in flame wars. But, I swear there are some people who test my resolve. This may not make much difference to many of you, but it really irritated me, so please forgive me …

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