Category Archives: IL2008

EULA will protect you from the devil

I subscribe to XKCD because it’s so darn good. (Stick figures rock.) After posting the link to Reasonable Agreement, I really must share Randall Munroe’s take on the End User License Agreement.

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Last day of IL2008

A few more sessions to go before the end of the conference. I’ve been much more inspired by sessions where I learn new things (naturally!) from people who do different work than I. There’s definitely a point of information saturation, … Continue reading

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Routers, routers everywhere

The internet connection here at IL2008 has been bolstered by a bunch of additional wireless routers, and I can safely write this AND post it without getting kicked off the connection (I think). It’s near the end of the day, … Continue reading

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Off to Monterey

I’m almost set for my trip to the Internet Librarian conference. The one thing I’m missing, though, is this: I should have made this last week so I would get it in time for the conference. Oh well.

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Internet Librarian schedule

Most of the sessions I plan to attend on the first day of the Internet Librarian conference fall in the Web Design track: Designing the Digital Experience Presentation Fast & Easy Site Tune-Ups Cool Tools for Library Webmasters Facebook & … Continue reading

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Internet Librarian conference

I’m excited to attend the Internet Librarian conference next month in Monterey. The program looks great, and I’m excited about the daily keynotes. Same old conference dilemma, though: a few sessions in different tracks look equally interesting, but they’re at … Continue reading

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