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Computers in Libraries 2009

March 29th, 2009 · No Comments

NOTE:  I wrote this post this morning at the airport but didn’t have time to get it posted.

This morning, I’m at sitting at the Rochester Airport waiting for my flight to Washington DC for the annual Computers in Libraries conference.  I go to this every year and always find it a great time.  The conference is always great with informative and thought-provoking sessions, lots of vendor exhibits, and chances for networking with other technology library folk.  I love Washington DC, with all its history and politics, and always find it a great place to recharge my emotional batteries.  That’s good because, speaking frankly, those batteries are running a little low these days.

But enough of that.  My flight to DC arrives around 3:30 local time and I’m hoping to get in a little sight-seeing before settling down in the hotel.  Once I get checked in and my gear is stowed, I’m going to hop on the Metro and head to the National Mall.  There, I’ll take a long walk to the Lincoln Memorial and maybe to the White House if my feet are still up for it.  Alternatively, there’s an exhibit on Abraham Lincoln at the National Museum of American History that is open until 7:30 PM.  I might decide to skip some of the long walk and check that out instead.  Once the conference starts tomorrow, time for museums and such will be limited.

Keep on eye on the blog.  I’ll be posting here over the next few days.  My posts on the conference itself, including sessions, will be mostly over at SELCO Librarian.

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