My First Board of Directors Meeting

I just returned from the Legal Division Board of Directors Meeting.  Thanks to Jones McClure for the yummy boxed lunches.  It was interesting for me to see how these meetings […] Read More »

Tips for the Gore Book Signing

When I was working in the information booth this morning, I fielded lots of questions about former VP Al Gore’s book signing. Here’s the scoop: The signing is scheduled for […] Read More »

Drumbeats in Denver

As I type this, the opening ceremony with the Aztec dancers is going on.   My headache from either altitude sickness or a hang over prohibits me from standing too close […] Read More »

What Info Pros Can Learn From Bodybuilders

Or What You Missed If You Just Arrived The photos above were taken at the convention center. But no, as mentioned earlier, the bodybuilding pros aren’t attending our conference. It […] Read More »

Denver’s Big Blue Bear Welcome

The photos below show you what to expect at the convention center when you arrive. By the way, it looks like the bear is female =) Our team is always […] Read More »

Thanks B&F and Datamonitor!

The Business & Finance Division Open House was last night at the Hyatt Regency’s Capitol Room.  Sponsored by Datamonitor, it was a nice spread and a casual atmosphere in which […] 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 »

The View from the Information Booth

It’s been a busy day at SLA Info Central.  Several first-time attendees stopped by to get their bearings (and their purple first-timer ribbons)…so much to do, so little time.  I […] Read More »

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 »

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