Neither rain, nor hail, nor sleet, nor snow (which we had in some quantity here in northwestern Wyoming, just in time for the first day of spring) shall keep the Carnival of the Infosciences down, and, despite a brief snow delay, Steve Lawson of See Also. . . brings us Carnival of the Infosciences #29. Learn about sucky OPACs, librarians in China, services to immigrants, and a non-librarian’s view of a summit that included some notable library people.
You’ve undoubtedly seen the last few Carnivals that took place while I was moving, settling, and waiting for home internet access, but I like to give out the link love, so here they are:
- Carnival of the Infosciences #28 at Frequently Answered Questions
- Carnival of the Infosciences #27 at Library Stuff
- Carnival of the Infosciences #26 at Data Obsessed
And finally, my apologies if my last post popped up in your aggregator twice. I’m not trying to bludgeon you over the head; I was just trying to fix a few typos.