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By Davis, Jan More than 5,000 individuals from six continents attended the Special Libraries Association (SLA) conference in Seattle this June. While the conference theme was Break Rules & Build Bridges, I noticed another theme GREEN.
By Sosnowski, Carolyn J Also something for job hunters and creative types. The Kitchn www.thekitchn.com It's been a while since I've written about a food site, so here it is. This blog goes beyond edibles and covers kitchens, gadgets, and events.
By Lachance, Janice R As part of its focus on the practical applications of the internet, SLA unveiled the Innovation Laboratory at SLA 2008 So much is written and said about the Internet that we could be forgiven if we do not follow each and every development and innovation with the same interest and intensity we do our day-to-day responsibilities.
By Abram, Stephen Our reputation will play out in the social Web space as much as anywhere else. We need to get good at this.
By Cromity, Jamal THERE ARE SOME GREAT COMBINATIONS OF WEB 2.0 TOOLS THAT CAN ENHANCE STANDARD WEB PAGES, ALERTS, NEWSLETTERS AND LIST-SERVES AND THEY CAN BE INCORPORATED INTO YOUR WORKFLOWS RIGHT NOW Are you looking for better ways to share much needed information? There are some great combinations of Web 2.0 tools that can enhance standard Web pages, alerts, newsletters and list-serves and they can be incorporated into your workflows right now! The Web 2.0 technologies I am referring to...
By DiMattia, Susan S The future goes to people who invest in themselves," said Special Libraries Association President Stephen Abram, setting the tone for the group's Annual Conference in Seattle, June 14-18.
By Anonymous SLA 2008 attendees can get more information on chemistry and information science at several classes and workshops. Here are several: CHEMISTRY FOR THE NON-CHEMIST LIBRARIAN Saturday, 14 June, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
By Anonymous SLA has applauded the U.S. Government Accountability Office's recent report on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's library closures. The report was requested by the U.S.
- Stoppage; cessation (of labor).
- A standing still or idling (of mills, factories, etc.).