Daily Archives: July 16, 2008


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Reminder: we here at Equinox have three (yes, three!) positions available for “Systems Developer, Library Automation Applications.” Do you have a passion for libraries, or even just for organizing all the information you come into contact with? Does working with a small, agile team of software designers and developers to […]

Equinox is Hiring! (like Thai Food?)


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I have a new post up at ALA TechSource: http://www.alatechsource.org/blog/2008/07/the-ala-annual-tweet-report.html And, I must confess: I thoroughly enjoyed participating in the ALA Annual 2008 Twitterverse that sprang up for those few days in late June. It fascinated me to see the power of such a simple and, yes, overburdened, tool. Micro-blogging […]

Twitter: Love it or Hate It?



http://www.librarian.net/stax/2326/why-search-and-search-engine-law-matters/ Jessamyn writes: My friend, lawyer and law professor James Grimmelmann, has written a short interesting article called The Google Dilemma about why people should care very much about how search engines work and what regulations and laws guide them. Using a few examples which may be familiar to many librarians he […]

Google & the Law