Category Archives: library work

Rest in peace, Bishop Wolfgang Kirchgässner

Trying to get started on my New Year’s resolutions, among which were taking better care of my blogs, a sad occasion does make me want to find the time to write. Auxiliary Bishop Wolfgang Kirchgässner died on March 25 a … Continue reading

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Inetbib 2013 – registered

I registered for the Inetbib 2013, and my impatience continues to grow, especially now that I have had time to read some of the abstracts of the talks. As I have mentioned before, the Inetbib is the absolute cutting edge … Continue reading

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Inetbib 2013 program

The program for the next Inetbib conference (March 4-6, 2013 at the Humboldt University in Berlin) is now available at http://www.ub.uni-dortmund.de/inetbib2013/index.html Wow. There are some familiar names, and I can’t wait for their talks, since they have never disappointed me. … Continue reading

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Inetbib 2013

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Inetbib 2010

  Inetbib 2010 I’ve wanted a blog for years but never found the time to get started. Now with the time I still don’t seem to have (during my 2nd trip to Phoenix this year), I want to talk about … Continue reading

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