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Live Streaming Wed Keynote: Michael Edson

If you enjoyed our Tuesday morning keynote, make sure you check out tomorrow’s keynote speaker, Michael Edson, Director of Web & New Media Strategy, Office of the CIO, Smithsonian Institution.  Under links on the right hand side of this Infotodayblog web page you’ll find the link to the live stream.  We’ll be archiving it too so you can look at it again and again.  Should be fun.

BTW, here’s Michael tweet from a few days ago:  “Working on keynote for Computers in Libraries Wednesday. Need to write new talk about the public domain. Inspired by James Boyle, Jefferson”

Live Streaming from CIL

You have to hand it to our Dutch friends, Erik Boekesteijn and Jaap Van de Geer.  Not only are they Information Today authors and speakers as well as Library Journal Movers & Shakers for 2009, but they continue to push the envelope.  This year, while Erik is interviewing Paul Hodergraber of the New York Public Library in CIL’s Tuesday morning keynote presentation [for more info see earlier post], Jaap will be live streaming the event.  So if you can’t be with us here in DC where the sun is shining and the cherry blossoms are in full splendor, check out the live feed of tomorrow’s keynote from your computer.  There is a link to the right of this post — under Links, click on CILLive. Enjoy and let us know how it works and how you like it.

Jane Dysart, CIL Conference Program Chair