Magazine article Computers in Libraries

Help Me out Here!

Magazine article Computers in Libraries

Help Me out Here!

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There's nothing like going "hands on" with a project to really get to understand its ins and outs. My 60-some days of hands-on experience with Computers in Libraries magazine has taught me a lot about many things.

This April issue is all about libraries building communities with Web 2.0 stuff, but I dare say this publication, "written by librarians, for librarians" and about "technology all the time," is always about community building.

I really love the voice of this magazine. Its contributing writers are very personable, and I get the definite impression they really want to share their knowledge. It's also been a pleasure to work with people who, when you ask them a question in an email message, go out of their way to find the answer for you. "Written by and for librarians ..." Duh!

Not to press my luck, but I'm hoping if I ask you nicely, you'll all pitch in to help me with a project.

The thing is, I know this publication is supposed to be about "technology all the time," and I know that our Buyer's Guide lists more than 100 types of technologies used in libraries, but I've only got 10 issues to cover all these topics. …

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