Archive | November, 2007

Live from London – V

ITI’s "Live From London" Blog – Online Information UK

ITI editors will be blogging the Online Information (London) conference for the fifth year running.  Participating in the blog this year are (from London) Barb Brynko, Editor-in-Chief, Information Today; Marydee Ojala, Editor, ONLINE magazine; Dick Kaser, ITI V.P., Content; and columnists Don Hawkins, Jim Ashling, and Jane Dysart.  Backing us up in the States will be Paula Hane, News Bureau Chief and Michelle Manafy, Editor, EContent magazine.  Coverage begins Saturday, Dec. 1 and runs through the close of the show on Dec. 6.  Check back here at www.infotodayblog.com frequently for "Live from London" .

Dick Kaser
ITI, VP, Content

Photo by Don Hawkins

What’s Next?

Only about 2 hours after the exhibits closed, the hall was a buzz of deconstruction and packing activity.  I hope you enjoyed the conference–I certainly did!

So what’s next?  Some of the ITI staff is heading to San Jose for next week’s KMWorld/Intranets, Enterprise Search Summit West, and Taxonomy Boot Camp conferences–ITI’s last conferences of the year.  I am heading for Charleston, SC next week and the Charleston Conference.  And this blog will come to life again as Live From London V when we cover the Online Information conference in London, December 4-6.  Information Today’s conference coverage finishes for the year with an article on the Grey Literature (GL9) conference in Antwerp, Belgium on December 10-11.

But the main thing for you now is to remember to mark your calendars for next year’s Internet Librarian conference (see the next post for the details).

Don Hawkins
Columnist, Information Today and IL2007 Blog  Coordinator