Exhibit Hall Opens To an Overflow Crowd

The Exhibit Hall opened tonight at 5 PM, and immediately a large crowd beseiged the vendors’ booths and food stands.  Here are some of the scenes:

The crab cakes were especially popular..

…as was the e-mail area.

Authors of recently published ITI books autographed copies for attendees.

Here’s a really innovative display.  EnvisionWare was showing an automatic book sorter.  Library users (here represented by Pat Hawkins) return bar-coded books in a slot.  The machine reads the codes…

…and directs the book to the proper bin for reshelving.  Neat!

Don Hawkins
Columnist, Information Today and IL2007 Blog Coordinator.

One Response to “Exhibit Hall Opens To an Overflow Crowd”

  1. Gerry L October 29, 2007 at 9:39 pm #

    Hi. I’m a corporate librarian currently on sabbatical from my job and winding up a round-the-country driving trip. I just arrived in Monterey today and discovered that Internet Librarian 2007 is going on while I’m here. Any chance I could pop in to visit the exhibitor hall? (I’m sure I’ll find some vendor invitations when I finally get back to the office next week.)

    Trip blog at http://ape4apes.blogspot.com