C&I 7:2 available

Cites & Insights: Crawford at Large volume 7, issue 2 (February 2007) is now available for downloading.

The 22-page issue (PDF as always, but each section is also available as an HTML separate from the C&I home page) includes:

  • Bibs & Blather – Cites on a Plane and other oddities
  • Perspective: Predictions and Scorecards – Back to a roundup of some other people’s forecasts and outcomes, after missing a year
  • Perspective: Conference Speaking: I Have A Little List – Conference speaking arrangements have become a bit more transparent, and it’s time for a Lobachevskian job on the Gordon/Salo/West works.
  • Finding a Balance: The Balanced Librarian – Discussing a prerequisite for balanced libraries.
  • Following Up and Feedback – three items.

6 Responses to “C&I 7:2 available”

  1. Fiona says:

    Fantastic work on compiling and adding to the conference speaking discussion. I’ll be linking to it here.

  2. Mark says:

    Walt, I’m sure glad so many others point to this. Of course, I’m still subbed to Walt’s Journal, too. Bloglines is being slow in updating this feed again. 🙁

    I didn’t get the Third time… post for 6 days! I made a comment there, but it was in the midst of ALA so don’t know if you saw it. I doubt there’s anything you can do about it, but I wanted to let you know.

  3. walt says:

    Fiona, thanks! (Now I need to update my “speaking page”–but I’d rather work on new material for March and for the probable book.)

    Mark, I don’t know just what Bloglines is doing–but my own “ego feed” for Wa.R. runs 2-6 days behind, while others seem to get the posts immediately.

  4. bentley says:

    Correction: there’s a missing “s” in the URL for John Dupuis’ second blog — http://jdupuis2.blogpot.com/ . The blogpot address goes to some badly designed Bible site.

  5. walt says:

    Sigh. Since I copied-and-pasted in this case, I guess John made the kind of typo we all make–and it will likely stay, since I don’t make corrections in existing issues once they’ve gone up in PDF form. (“Once it’s published, it’s published”–I’m a traditionalist that way.)

  6. John Dupuis says:

    Yep, it was me in the original email. C’est la vie.