As if having impaired wrists wasn’t going to be a big enough hurdle for me to teach at, correspond from, and maintain some Web pages about the Special Libraries Association 2005 Annual Conference, my laptop just decided to stop working. I can’t even get it to boot anymore. After spending some time on the phone [...]
Archive for May 31st, 2005
The Special Libraries Association Solo Division newsletter Flying Solo has a short article about salary negotiations that includes pointers to more information.
Sunday afternoon, my favorite* blog reader Amy and I are getting together and we’d love it if other Special Libraries Association conference participants and/or librarians/information professionals interested in blogging could join us. C’est What 67 Front Street East Great idea, Amy! I’m still working on something with the GTABloggers on Saturday. *Of course, I don’t [...]
I need to make cards for at least the scratchpad. I’ve been pondering whether I want business card style ones or just slips of paper again like I’ve done in the past because I procrastinate too long. Seeing the comic with the pick axe makes me think I should just splurge and buy some of [...]
The Wall Street Journal’s Career Journal highlights some companies who are hiring people to maintain blogs that connect the companies to the public. The trend doesn’t surprise me because blogs are such useful tools. Why shouldn’t companies hire people to maintain them? It almost mirrors the adoption of Web sites several years ago. Does a [...]