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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Public Access to Environmental Information: Government and Grassroots Actions

Coming into the home stretch now and it’s getting harder and harder to get to the sessions and to make any meaningful sense of them. Perhaps I should reserve my postings until I have a chance to recover, but then I’d probably never get to them. Best to get to them when they are fresh. …

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