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I work at the point of intersection of content, technology and libraries.
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I work at a point of intersection between publishing, technology and librarianship. I generate and curate content, search out answers and work with Web-based applications.
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On February 6, 1778, France and the fledgling United States of America signed the Treaty of Amity and Commerce and the Treaty of Alliance in Paris, France. The Treaty of Amity and Commerce recognized the United States as an independent nation and promoted trade between France and the United States. The Treaty of Alliance created a military alliance against Great Britain, stipulating American independence as a condition of peace. The treaty also required France and the U.S. to concur in any peace agreement.
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Thanks! This image will be great for one of my classes this semester.
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am now the proud owner of a Chromebook and working out all the various aspects of use!
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The latest browser market share numbers are out: http://tnw.co/1at3nXv
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Explains why I'm so comfortable on Twitter. (And the Pinterest thing is a little too close for comfort...)
 
What your favorite social network says about you (#infographic)
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#GoogleCrossword Can't save the puzzle with partially filled-in clues so I can go back to it tonight to finish. Bah, humbug!
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Worth the click. G+ people will totally get it. :)
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Open Access to Published Research: Current Status and Future Directions, Nov 22, NFAIS Workshop, Virtual and On-site Registration an Option. 
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I'm a little late in reading this but it's an interesting overview of how Google itself handles BYOD.
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NFAIS Webinar: The World According to Google - Understanding Google’s Expanding Content Ecosystem

From phones to tablets to games, headwear, browsers, and even autonomous cars and balloon-based networks, Google has been moving forward with breathtaking speed towards dominating and breaking through in seemingly countless market segments. One thing’s for sure in the midst of all this: where other companies think about carving up market pies, Google is on the march constantly to invent new pies and to reinvent old ones in order to acquire, analyze and generate more usable “signals” for customers and marketers than ever before.
 
On September 19, 2013 NFAIS will hold a 90 minute webinar from 11:00am – 12:30pm EDST for its annual update on the Google landscape.  John Blossom, award-winning industry analyst and President, Shore Communications, Inc, will bring you up to date on Google’s major product and platform initiatives and put them into an encompassing context of how Google products are influencing the strategies of publishers and content service providers. The webinar will include insights based on John’s attendance at this year’s Google I/O developers’ conference. He will review, analyze and rate the market-worthiness of Google initiatives such as:
· Project Glass,
· Drive Real time
· API for collaboration
· Natural language search and services
· Google+ expansion and publisher integration
· Packaged Web apps
· Chrome cross-platform collaborative application
· Chrome OS (r)evolution
· Android growth and evolution
· Education Initiatives
· Developing nations initiatives
· Mobile Commerce
· Games and home/mobile entertainment
· Video and audio standards
· Cloud-based messaging and data storage for apps and
· Cloud-based software development

If you or your staff want to take a fresh look at Google, its current and future directions, and perhaps learn how your organization can learn from them to better meet industry trends, register for the NFAIS webinar today.  NFAIS members pay $105, Sister Society members pay $115, and non-members pay $125.  An unlimited number of staff from NFAIS member organizations can participate for a group fee of $255. The group fee for an unlimited number of staff from any Sister Society is $275, and from a non-member organization is $295.
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