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Thursday Threads: New and Interesting from ALA Exhibits

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I’m just home from the American Library Association meeting in San Francisco, so this week’s threads are just a brief view of new and interesting things I found on the exhibit floor.

NOTE! Funding for my current position at LYRASIS ran out at the end of June, so I am looking for new opportunities and challenges for my skills. Check out my resume/c.v. and please let me know of job opportunities in library technology, open source, and/or community engagement.

Thursday Threads: Data Management Plans, Better Q/A Sessions, App for Bird Identification

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NOTE! Funding for my current position at LYRASIS runs out at the end of June, so I am looking for new opportunities and challenges for my skills. Check out my resume/c.v. and please let me know of job opportunities in library technology, open source, and/or community engagement.

Changes to “Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church” Wikipedia Page, Visualized

Edited after initial publication to add: My thoughts are with the people in and around Charleston, South Carolina, this evening. What is making it out of the media fog to me tonight is your compassion for each other. Please be well as you absorb, internalize, and recover from this shocking display of inhumanity. 

This afternoon, Ed Summers tweeted:

Thursday Threads: Let’s Encrypt is coming, Businesses want you coming to the office, OR2015 Summary

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