Archive for October 22nd, 2005

The New York State Psychiatric Institute’s Library and Librarians

Saturday, October 22nd, 2005

This American Journal of Psychiatry article about the New York State Psychiatric Institute’s library and librarians is making its way around librarian discussion lists and weblogs. Library user and doctor David V. Forrest writes about his beloved library, the librarians, and the challenges they face.

N-Ten Conferences’ Advocating for New Technology Session

Saturday, October 22nd, 2005

On Friday, I gave a case study at the Advocating for New Technology session of the N-Ten 2005 Boston Regional Conference: Enabling Technology Funding: Issues for Grantmakers and Grantseekers. My notes from the session are linked above. I learned quite a bit about advocating for new technology from the other two presenters, Eric Segal and […]

Great Things to do with Feeds

Saturday, October 22nd, 2005

Steve Rubel lists some cool things people can do with feeds. Some of these I actually covered in the talk I gave Wednesday. I’ve seen this post in several places in the blogosphere, like LISNews, but I think someone e-mailed me about it, too … Thanks!