Following Internet Librarian International from afar

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October 15, 2010 by MMIT

For those who couldn’t make the conference, you can keep up with Internet Librarian International 2010 in a few different ways. There’s a (hyper)active  Twitter feed (and subsequent archive and analysis) and the The #ILI2010 Daily for starters. Owen Stephens is also managing to keep a pretty extensive account of proceedings on his Overdue Ideas blog.

And here’s hoping a lot of the presentations will be shared more widely after the event (in fact, some of them have been already).

update: There’s also some ILI2010 liveblogging on the Geekfest blog.

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