Title index

  1. "Next-Generation" Library Catalogs
  2. A few possibilities for librarianship by 2015
  3. Access 2002, Windsor, Ontario
  4. Access control in libraries
  5. Adaptive technologies
  6. Adding Internet resources to our OPACs
  7. ALA 1995 Annual Conference: A Mini-Travel Log
  8. Alcuin, an NCSU Libraries guide
  9. All things open
  10. American Library Association Annual Meeting, 2006
  11. American Library Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, 2002
  12. ASIS & T 2002 Information Architecture Summit: Refining the craft
  13. Becoming a 600-pound gorilla
  14. Becoming a World Wide Web server expert
  15. Being innovative
  16. Building the "next generation" library catalog
  17. Building your library's portal
  18. CAP '99
  19. Catalog Collectivism: XC and the Future of Library Search
  20. Cataloging digital mediums
  21. Cataloging Internet Resources: A Beginning
  22. Catalogs of the future
  23. Clarence meets Alcuin
  24. Communication is the key to our success
  25. Comparing Open Source Indexers
  26. Computer literacy for librarians
  27. Creating and managing XML with open source software
  28. Creating user-friendly electronic information systems
  29. DAIAD Goes to Ann Arbor
  30. Day in the life of Mr. D.
  31. DBMs and Web Delivery
  32. Description and evaluation of the Mr. Serials Process
  33. Different type of distance education
  34. DLF in Chicago
  35. Dr. Strangelove, or How we learned to live with Google
  36. ECDL 2006: A Travel log
  37. Email.cgi version 5.0.3
  38. Eric visits Savannah
  39. European Conference on Digital Libraries
  40. European Conference on Digital Libraries, 2004
  41. Evaluating Index Morganagus
  42. Exploiting "Light-weight" Protocols and Open Source Tools to Implement Digital Library Collections and Services
  43. Extending your HTML on a Macintosh using macro languages
  44. first monday on a tuesday: a travel log
  45. From Amtrak to Artemia Salina
  46. Gateways and electronic publishing
  47. Getting started with XML: A workshop
  48. Gift cultures, librarianship, and open source software development
  49. HyperNote Pro
  50. IESR/OCKHAM in Manchester
  51. Imagine, if only we had...
  52. Implementing "Light-weight Reference Models" in MyLibrary
  53. Implementing SRU in Perl
  54. Implementing TCP/IP communications with HyperCard
  55. Implementing user-centered experiences in a networked environment
  56. Indexing and abstracting
  57. Indexing, indexing, indexing
  58. Indiana Library Federation Annual Meeting
  59. Institute on Scholarly Communication: A travel log
  60. Internet for Anthropologists
  61. Introduction to Search/Retrieve URL Service (SRU)
  62. Introduction to the Catholic Research Resources Alliance
  63. Introduction to Web Services
  64. Introduction to World Wide Web Servers
  65. IOLUG Spring Program
  66. Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, 2006
  67. Languaging '99
  68. Leading a large group
  69. Learning to use the tools of the trade
  70. Library services and in-house software development
  71. ListWebber II
  72. LITA National Forum, 2003
  73. Making information easier to find with MyLibrary
  74. MARC Reader: a HyperCard script to demystify the MARC record
  75. Marketing future libraries
  76. Marketing through usability
  77. Mass digitization
  78. Mass digitization (again)
  79. Mass digitization and opportunities for librarianship in 15 minutes
  80. MCN Annual Conference
  81. MicroPhone scripts for searching MEDLARS
  82. My personal TEI publishing system
  83. MyLibrary 3.x and a Next Generation Library Catalogue
  84. MyLibrary in your library
  85. MyLibrary workshop
  86. MyLibrary: A Copernican revolution in libraries
  87. MyLibrary: A digital library framework & toolkit
  88. MyLibrary@NCState
  89. Networking 2000
  90. Next Generation Data Format
  91. Next generation library catalog
  92. Next Generation Library Catalogs in Fifteen Minutes
  93. Next-Generation Library Catalogues: A Presentation at Libraries Australia
  94. OAI4: To CERN and Back Again
  95. OCKHAM in Atlanta
  96. OCKHAM in Corvallis, OR
  97. OCKHAM@Emory (January, 2003)
  98. Ohio Valley Group of Technical Services Librarian Annual Meeting
  99. On being a systems librarian
  100. Ontario Library Association (OLA) Annual Meeting, 2002
  101. Open access publishing
  102. Open Library Developer's Meeting: One Web Page for Every Book Ever Published
  103. Open Repositories, 2007: A Travelogue
  104. Open source software and libraries: A current SWOT analysis
  105. Open source software at the Montana State University Libraries Symposium
  106. Open source software for libraries in 30 minutes
  107. Open source software in libraries
  108. Open source software in libraries
  109. Open Source Software in libraries
  110. Open source software in libraries: A workshop
  111. Open Source Software in Libraries: Opportunities and Expenses
  112. Open source software: Controlling your computing environment
  113. Opportunities for technical services staff
  114. Original MyLibrary
  115. Pointers 4 searching, searching 4 pointers
  116. Portal implementation issues and challenges
  117. Portal webliography
  118. Possibilities for proactive library services
  119. Raleigh-Worcester-Lansing
  120. Readability, browsability, searchability plus assistance
  121. Really Rudimentary Catalog
  122. Rethink the role of the library catalog
  123. Review of some ebook technology
  124. See You See A Librarian Final Report
  125. Short trip to Duke
  126. Short visit to CRL
  127. SIGIR '99
  128. Simple HTML Editor (SHE) version 2.9
  129. Smart HTML pages with PHP
  130. So you want a new website
  131. Sometimes the question is more important than the answer
  132. Springboards for stategic planning
  133. Success of Open Source by Steven Weber: A book review
  134. Sum Top Tech Trends for the Summer of 2007
  135. Symposium on open access and digital preservation
  136. Systems administration requires people skills
  137. Teaching a new dog old tricks
  138. Technical Skills of Librarianship
  139. Technology Trends and Libraries: So many opportunities
  140. Tennessee Library Association
  141. Texas Library Association Annual Meeting, 2003
  142. Thinking outside the books: A Travel log
  143. Ties That Bind: Converging Communities - A Travel Log
  144. Today's digital information landscape
  145. Top Tech Trends for ALA 2006; "Sum" pontifications
  146. Top Technology Trends, 2005
  147. Trip to Rochester to Learn about XC
  148. Unique collections and Fahrenheit 451
  149. Unordered list of "top tech trends"
  150. Usability for the Web: Designing Web sites that work
  151. Usability in less than 60 minutes
  152. USAIN Annual Conference 1995: A travel log
  153. Using World Wide Web and WAIS technologies
  154. We love databases!
  155. Web Services at OCLC
  156. Web-scale discovery indexes and "next generation" library catalogs
  157. WebEdge: A travel log
  158. What is information architecture?
  159. What is SRW/U?
  160. What is the Open Archives Initiative?
  161. Whirlwind in Windsor surrounding integrated library systems: My symposium notes
  162. WILS' World Conference 95: A travel log
  163. Wise crowds with long tails
  164. World-Wide Web and Mosaic: An overview for librarians
  165. Zagreb, Croatia: A travel log

Creator: Eric Lease Morgan <eric_morgan@infomotions.com>
Date created: 2000-06-20
Date updated: 2010-05-01
URL: http://infomotions.com/musings/