Extra…Extra…Info Pro Ad in Wall Street Journal

Check page C9 in the Money & Investing section of today’s Wall Street Journal to see the full-page ad promoting the value of information professionals. The historic ad, which also […] Read More »

YOU are the Face of SLA

For those attending the SLA2008 in Seattle…. Please come have a professional picture taken to be used in a super cool initiative for SLA’s centennial celebration in 2009! The "Face […] Read More »

JHW’s Notes: Where are the conference handouts?

People have asked where the conference handouts are.  Some divisions are posting handouts on their web sites.  Some speakers are posting handouts elsewhere (and they generally announce this in their […] Read More »

EPA response to PEER news release

SLA has received clarification from the EPA regarding a PEER news release about the EPA’s Chemical Library.  Visit the Public Policy Connections blog for EPA’s statement on the matter. Our […] Read More »

Head is full, cannot compute……

Whistle stop sort of a day, typical SLA conference then? Started with the IEBD roundtable, a great way to just share ideas and pick each others’ brains (what’s left of […] Read More »

Building Virtual Bridges – Tuesday Session

Monday’s Contributed Papers Session was outstanding, and focused on customer service.  These sessions are great because you can hear from 4 different speakers in 90 minutes, so you get a […] Read More »

The Future of Bibliographic Control

Just when one thought that bibliographic control has changed, it might change some more.   On Day 1 of SLA in Seattle, I went to a fascinating session given by Jose-Marie […] Read More »

Run on Wednesday morning

We had a successful group run this morning, with 4 of us running along the waterfront path on a glorious sunny morning. We’re planning another run on Wednesday. Meet at […] Read More »

Cloud City

If you’re looking for a room with a view, stop by the International Reception in the Sheraton Hotel’s Cirrus Room (35th floor).  You’ll have an opportunity to meet Dennie Heye, […] Read More »

Belgian Waffles with Fresh Fruit – to die for

Ate breakfast at the Pike Place Bar and Grill because i was wandering by and saw a sign for fresh belgian waffles.  SO GLAD I WENT IN!!!  i can honestly […] Read More »

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