I just happened to Technorati this blog today and found Julie Leung’s post about a visit to the new Seattle Public Library. Julie and I have bumped into each other in the blogosphere before and we had a chance to meet and talk over dim sum a few months ago. One of my blog readers [...]
Archive for June 30th, 2004
I took over spot 13 on Harvard’s Blog Rankings today. I’ve been hoping to hit 13 for a while, watching my blog slowly creep up there over the last few months. I wonder how long it will be before Jim Moore will win it back. The difference between spots 14, 13, 12, and 11 isn’t [...]
Angelica Cortez, who currently works at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, started a blog the other day. I met her at a conference once. Welcome to the blogosphere, Angelica!
I added some new navigation links and a category to this blog today. If you scroll down far enough, you’ll notice a list of recent posts on the side navbar. It’s a Manila macro that does it. I noticed it on the Dowbrigade the other day and got inspired. Since it’s a macro, I don’t [...]
I heard that some program planners in the Special Libraries Association Boston Chapter are considering blogging as a possible topic this year. One of the problems program planners have is that they don’t often have a good idea about what programs the membership wants because they don’t get enough feedback from members. If you have [...]