Speaking of Twitter…

The Wired Campus had a post that links to ideas for using Twitter in libraries.  Original source is College@Home. Read More »

Face of SLA in Seattle

Please come by and have your professional picture taken to be used in a super cool initiative for SLA’s centennial celebration in 2009 featuring SLA members and quotes from them, […] Read More »

Bloggers Happy Hour

Over on What I Learned Today…, Nicole Engard posted information about the IT Division’s Blogging Section happy hour, scheduled for Tuesday the 17th at Wild Ginger (5:30-7:30).  More details in […] Read More »

SLA2008 tag

Use the tag SLA2008 (or sla2008) for blog and Flickr posts….  Can’t wait to see all the pictures! Read More »

FreePint (June 28, 2007) contains articles about SLA Annual Conference

FreePint asked its readers about the sessions it should cover at the Annual Conference, then covered them!  The June 28 issue includes articles and sessions summaries written by FreePint editors […] Read More »

Those conference pedometers: How do they work?

At least two vendors in the Exhibit Hall gave out pedometers.  If you have been using yours and wondering how it works, here is place that gives an explanation as […] Read More »

Spectacles: How Pop Culture Views Librarians

Thanks again to everyone who came to my session Tuesday afternoon – the web version of the talk is now available.  It’s not quite the same as being there 🙂 […] Read More »

Dancin’ with the Gold Diggers

The ITE division party was the place to be tonight.  Great music, great dancin’, great fun!  Watch for lots of pictures and videos of your SLA friends! Read More »

Opening Ceremony Impression

Enough good stuff has already been said about Al Gore’s presentation.  Let this Republican just add that I was impressed by his humor, knowledge, and passion. Read More »

New Categories for the SLA Blog

I’ve just added additional categories for blog posts so it’ll be easier to find posts later.  Now there’s one for first-timers, and others include:  conference tips, conference updates, CE courses, […] Read More »

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