Whew! A busy day with more than a dozen fabulous workshops. You couldn’t hear yourself think at the luncheon for workshop attendees! Lots of people were already registering for the main event — the Computers in Libraries conference — which starts tomorrow — full speed ahead!
Our opening keynote, Clifford Lynch, Executive Director, Coalition for Networked Information [www.cni.org], is a conference regular and has given more keynotes in CIL’s 20 years than anyone else. He is always popular, pithy, pleasant, and downright wonderful to hear. He never speaks from notes, rarely has slides, and is always amazing!
Following the keynote, you get to choose from 4 streams of programming, featuring some great CIL regulars — Frank Cervone, Stephen Abram, Mary Ellen Bates, Gary Price, David King, Nancy Nelson, and Andrew Pace, plus some wonderful new voices — James King, Louise Gruenberg, Rosa Liu, and lots more!
Program Chair, Computers in Libraries 2005
Dysart & Jones Associates