Well that was a busy week.
I had a fabulous conference, meeting up with many colleagues, including several co-conspirators from here at The Room of Infinite Diligence. I also had several productive chats with the vendors, attended interesting and stimulating presentations, and attended the LIANZA AGM. The keynote speakers were thought provoking, I especially liked the last one by Tim Spalding from Librarything.com, as he made a number of observations about library catalogues that I agree with.
Thursday found me still in Christchurch, at the offices of the 3M Award winning team from the APNK, learning about the Kete we will be implementing. Even though it will mean a lot more work for me, I can’t wait to get our Kete up and running, and to start talking to our local community about getting their unique and precious content up and out there for everyone.
Then it was back to the normal day job on Friday and Saturday, with a large number of books waiting to be catalogued. Sometimes it seems difficult to implement or process all those fabulous ideas when you hit the office.
So this weeks post is shorter one, and Blonde singing Living in the Real World.