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Posted on June 15, 2007 at 1:15pm — 3 Comments

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At 5:58am on May 25, 2009, Mike McQueen said…
Hi Rhonda,
I'm a teacher librarian & recently started a community based blog for getting boys to read - Please send me a friend request if you'd like to network, share ideas, and learn more about getting boys to read.

Mike McQueen

LET'S NETWORK HERE TOO (request me as a friend):
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At 4:36am on May 30, 2008, [ electric aye ] said…
Hi Rhonda. I shopuld point out that I really opted for a more general overview of the Conference. I'm hoping the Ubergeeks make their thoughts known! We're 'evaluating' the possibility of a move to Symphony at the moment. I'm quite keen to establish an information flow amongst other Horizon +7.3 users who are in the same situation. The big 'sell' is SaaS..and I have to say given the amount of upgrades which they're looking to implement on Symphony and Enterprise over the next 12-18months, it's not without it's benefits..unless you have the infrastructure in place already of course.

More inane babblings to follow on the Blog!

At 9:58am on May 15, 2008, Dorothy Vance said…
Rhonda, Hi. I do our library web site and try to keep up with everything library 2.0. Nice to meet you!
At 12:35pm on January 21, 2008, Beth Avery said…
I've passed on the call for presentations. That's going to be a busy time around here, but I'd love to come back and see my friends. Plus the Summit was always a good way to learn more about what folks are doing.
At 6:06pm on October 25, 2007, Beth Avery said…
Well we're having a real Fall, gradually getting cooler before winter actually sets in . It might even take a month instead of days. First time I've seen that in 7 years.

Things are different, much bigger, more paperwork. Everyone here is great. However, the house still hasn't sold, so we're still a divided family -- no fun.

Will miss seeing everyone at CAL.
Keep in touch.
At 10:10pm on July 7, 2007, Julie Sayles said…
Hi Rhonda, would you like to participate in the Library 2.0 Member survey I created for my Research Methods class?! It's not very long, and is mostly demographic and interest information. If you do, I would appreciate any comments you have about how I could improve it. Thanks, Julie
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At 7:38pm on June 13, 2007, LaSeal Djonz said…
Hi Rhonda, It take's a while to register, but we do have a workplace in common.
At 10:59am on June 8, 2007, Michael Sauers said…
Wow. Thanks!
At 4:59am on June 8, 2007, Damian Hippisley said…
Yeah, this is my avatar in the new, but not yet so popular, internet virtual world know as 'Grumpy, balding, Edwardian gentlemen who-eat-and-drink-too-much lifescape'. No, not really. I had a picture up of myself sitting on a wicker chair in Sri Lanka on the first day I joined Lib 2.0 but I removed it because I thought it looked too smug. I chose the current picture because there was a documentary I saw the night before on the eating habits of the posh in England around the turn of the last century. Those guys had astonishing diets!
At 11:28am on June 7, 2007, Damian Hippisley said…
hi Rhonda,

Is that you in that cartoon picture? Thanks for the friendship vote. I'll catch you later.

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