This Week in LibraryBlogLand
Week ending 13 March 2006
An extremely abbreviated edition, as I get reacquainted with the library blog world and ease my way back into TWIL.
Solveig Haugland (OpenOffice.org) writes about libraries and open source. (via)
How to lose your tech people. More. Some more. Even more. Did someone say More?
Adam Green (Darwinian Web) writes about librarians as software innovators. Steven M. Cohen (Library Stuff) comments.
The Lethal Librarian noticed a change in the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Occupational Outlook for Librarians.
Elizabeth, who works at a public library in northeastern Kansas, wonders about patrons who refuse to evacuate ("Can you just check these few books out to me first?") despite the threat of tornadoes, fires, etc.
CONFERENCE NOTES AND PRESENTATIONS
ALA 2006 New Orleans: Wiki.
Scholarship and Languages in Transition (a.k.a., the Google Library Symposium): Blog. Reports from Michael Lorenzen start here.
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