Code4Lib Journal, Issue 2 now available!
Seriously, lots of good stuff:
Code4Lib: More than a journal
Free and Open Source Options for Creating Database-Driven Subject Guides
Using Google Calendar to Manage Library Website Hours
Geocoding LCSH in the Biodiversity Heritage Library
Toward element-level interoperability in bibliographic metadata
Help! A simple method for getting back-up help to the reference desk
Googlizing a Digital Library
Participatory Design of Websites with Web Design Workshops
Quick Lookup Laptops in the Library: Leveraging Linux with a SLAX LiveCD
The ICAP (Interactive Course Assignment Pages) Publishing System
Respect My Authority
Conference Report: Code4LibCon 2008
Whether you are in a public library, academic library, or special library, this issue has something for you. It is hard to pick a favorite among them, but I really like “Quick lookup laptops in the Library,” because it’s about using Linux to leverage old machines in the library.
I gotta say, it’s great being a part of the editorial team, bringing this to the world.
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