Looking good!

I checked in at the Convention Center earlier this afternoon.  Got my first swag.  Got my lanyard.  I’m so stylin’.  The Colorado Convention Center is very impressive.  Lots of walking, […] Read More »

After the Big Fire

It’s been five years since a huge forest fire left ash raining on downtown Denver. It’ll be centuries before the land returns to normal. The story is in today’s Rocky […] Read More »

SLA Board Receives Technology Report

The SLA Board of Directors today received a staff update on technology initiatives aimed at improving service to members. It included an update on SLA’s purchase of association management software […] Read More »

Getting Connected at the Convention Center

Wi-fi connections are available in the convention center, although you may have to pay. I found a free one – netstation — which should appear in the menu when your […] Read More »

Information Standards Web 2.0 Speakers

We have new speakers for the Information Standards Featuring Web 2.0 session on Wednesday June 6th at 11:00 a.m. Sophia Guevara, the Digital Content Section Chair-Elect for the IT Division, […] Read More »

Yelp! for Denver Restaurant Reviews

Yelp is my favorite place for restaurant reviews — all rated by customers with descriptions of what they liked and didn’t like.  They even have a page just for Denver […] Read More »

Looking for some laughs?

Just heard from a Denver native friend that this improv comedy club is a riot:  www.bovinemetropolis.com Looks like they are just a few blocks from the convention center, and that […] Read More »

Scott Adams thinks libraries have an expiration date?

A friend of mine who knows I’m about to head out to Denver for the conference just sent me an e-mail with a link to the latest post on Scott […] Read More »

WiFi at the Convention Center

The Convention Center rep told me that Wifi is available in the public areas of the CCC – for $8.95 a day Free wifi is available all along the 16th […] Read More »

Denver street level available on Google Maps

From the Rocky Mountain News, 30 May 2007: "Think Google Maps are cool? Well, they just got a bit more cool. Google launched a new feature on its mapping service […] Read More »

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