Information Tyrannosaur ponders the question "What are emerging technologies"
American Libraries Magazine
Monday's snow didn't stop stop attendees from an early start at ALA Midwinter. The MLK Celebration, the YMA Announcements, and last day of exhibits made for a full day even as some attendees headed home.
"Librarians are the best human beings that I have known," said Yohannes Gebregeorgis, who became one himself just to prove his point. Using the experience he gained at the San Francisco Public Library, he founded Ethiopia Reads in 1998 to bring books and reading to childre
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Nine vendors garnered a spot in the Technology Showcase, which ran concurrently in two theaters during the Boston Midwinter meeting.
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LITA's Top Tech Trends was interesting to me this year because its participants, while all formidable representatives of the world of cutting edge library tech geeks, were all new to the panel: