Magazine article Computers in Libraries

See You Next Month?

Magazine article Computers in Libraries

See You Next Month?

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EDITOR'S NOTES

I'll be taking a little trip down to Washington, D.C., next month, and I hope to see many of you there, at the Computers in Libraries conference. I'm especially excited about something this year: Michael Schuyler is giving the opening keynote! It's been many years since this extraordinary columnist has graced a CIL conference podium, so it will be a real treat. For all you readers who have loved his Top Left Corner column for more than a decade, this is your chance to see Schuyler live and in person. He'll also be doing other presentations and adding his brand of humor to the annual "Dead Technology" session Wednesday night. Don't miss it! You'll also be lucky enough to hear other CIL magazine columnists speaking: Andrew Pace, Marshall Breeding, and Scott Brandt will all be there.

As if this isn't enough enticement, there are still more reasons to come to D.C. We'll have other big names in the industry giving pre- and post-conference workshops, as well as presentations during the regular sessions. Program chair Jane Dysart has once again created a high-powered conference, with four concurrent tracks running every day. Their topics range from searching to intranets to Web design to security and more. In addition, there's our "conference within a conference," Computers in School Libraries. You'll want to check out the full program on our Web site at http://www .infotoday.com/cil2003/default.htm.

The show is March 12-14, at the Washington Hilton & Towers. …

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