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  Saturday, July 20, 2002

For those of you who want to know more about blogging, you may want to check out this article & its related links by Steve Outing of Poynter.org.  While the title, Weblogs: Put Them to Work in Your Newsroom:   A Beyond-the-Basics Look at a Powerful and Potentially Profitable Tool for Journalists, it's really geared for a more general audience.  [Thanks to Scripting News]

7:20:42 PM comment []   

In anticipation of AALL, Legal Times/Law.com has a three article package of stories, entitled The Changing World of Law Librarians.  The first is a run down on how to get the most out of visiting vendors in the exhibit hall.  The other two are specifically aimed at firm librarians: one discusses librarians who are responsible for other departments in the firm and the other with disaster preparedness. [Via The Virtual Acquisition Shelf & News Desk]

6:49:44 PM comment []   

I'm here in incredibly humid Orlando, waiting for the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Annual Convention to begin.  I'm going to try to post some reviews and comments about the convention here over the next few days.  This is my third convention and I'm beginning to get the hang of them.  Today, all I've got going on is a Diversity Symposium on Islam and Contemporary Muslim Societies.  I hope this will give me some more background to use to counter the "Islam is evil" bunch.  Tomorrow will be busy, with a breakfast business meeting, a few substantive sessions, and lots of receptions, including the Opening Reception at Sea World.  That's it for now.
7:14:17 AM comment []   

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