Information Today Inc. is running a sale on the following books (including The Accidental Systems Librarian) starting on Monday, May 6 until Monday, June 10, 2013. Information Today is offering 30% off the retail price on the following books: The Continue reading Information Today Inc. Book Sale
I got this today from Information Today and thought you all might be interested! I wanted to let you know we are discounting all Information Today, Inc. books an additional 33% off the already discounted web order price from November Continue reading Information Today Inc. Book Sale
Every year Marshall Breeding conducts a survey of library automation, but he can’t do it without you! It’s time to collect data for the 2012 edition of the survey. This is an opportunity for libraries to register their perceptions of Continue reading Participate in the Perceptions 2012 Survey
If you’ve been waiting to get The Accidental Systems Librarian (2d) because you wanted an ebook in your favorite format, well here’s the complete list of ebook formats: Amazon Kindle B&N Nook OverDrive My iLibrary ebrary Blio Chegg
The Accidental Systems Librarian, Second Edition, is now available as an ebook from Amazon. You can also find it on OverDrive, MyiLibrary, ebrary, and Blio. Other vendors will follow in the next few weeks, so stay tuned!
This weekend I head to Monterey, California for Internet Librarian 2012. I’ll be doing a workshop on the WordPress open source content management system with Polly-Alida Farrington on Sunday, speaking about open source trends and issues with Marshall Breeding on Continue reading Meet up with me at Internet Librarian
That’s right folks, the waiting is over! The Accidental Systems Librarian arrived on my doorstep today! My husband held up the box and said – what’s this? Facing me was the label! Inside were my copies and the copies for Continue reading Unboxing
When people ask me how to learn to code, I always say that we’re all different. A lot of my friends and colleagues learned using books like those from O’Reilly, but I need to learn with a helper. I like Continue reading Learn to Code
In preparation for publication I have updated the Recommended Reading page here with the most recent titles from the Appendix. Everything on this site comes right out of the pages of the upcoming book!
A post on Mashable lists 9 plugins to help with you email productivity in Gmail. I have installed a couple of these but don’t have enough experience to review any of them yet. Hopefully one or more of them ends Continue reading Gmail Productivity