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1. Blog Salon at ALA MW 2010

While you've got visions of sugarplums dancing in your heads (or you are up to your elbows in pre-holiday task lists), wanted to give you the scoop on this year's Blog Salon at ALA MW 2010. We're going Old School.

That's right. You asked for it, we delivered: We're back to the suite in Boston (!).
Here are all the details:

OCLC Blog Salon at ALA MW 2010
Sunday, January 17
5;30 pm-8 pm
OCLC Red Suite
Westin Boston Waterfront (connected to the convention center)

Can't wait to see familiar and new faces in Boston. All library bloggers/tweeters/mashers/readers welcome! And while you're planning your dance card for the weekend, be sure to sign up for some additional OCLC events at ALA MW 2010, too. You could have breakfast AND cocktail hour with OCLC on Sunday!

* Reminiscing? Previous Blog Salon photos on Flickr works well for that!
* Not attending this year? Leave us your comment and we'll post them for everyone in the room...

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2. OCLC Blog Salon location updated

News flash: We've been upgraded from the Hilton Boulevard Room C to Boulevard Room AB. Spread the word. And if you're not attending ALA, we'll post lots of photos and videos after that fact. The Shanachies will definitely be creating some memories.

Facebook event link.

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3. Blog salon photos

I finally posted them, although I didn't have nearly as many as I thought I did. Add your own links in comments!

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4. Blog Salon at ALA Annual 2008

I have about a million interesting ideas rumbling around in my head. Everything from the wifi in libraries being blamed for health problems to the WorldCat.org inclusion on the Web for Change list to how many WorldCat t-shirts do we need at each WorldCat Challenge session. If you have already heard about the WorldCat Challenge and suspected I was one of the culprits behind the madcap mayhem, you were right! George has kindly agreed to lead the antics for at least a few of the rounds, too.

But the one session you don't see on the list is the one most near and dear to our hearts as bloggers and blogreaders: the Blog Salon. Here are the long-awaited details, as I hope all of you can come say hello and join in some of the best, most fascinating conversations at conference.

OCLC Blog Salon
Sunday, June 29, 2008
5:30-8:00 PM
Hilton Anaheim
Avila Room

We'll have food and fun, lyrics and libations. Come enjoy some hobnobbing and nibbles with fellow bloggers and blogfans.

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5. Happy New Year !

Ilustrenos.blogspot.com wish you a Happy New Year

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An inside joke with my roomie, but Happy Holidays all the same!

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7. Any Day's A Good Day for a Guinness!

a quick post of of one of my favorite holiday icons!

HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY!

jasonsartblog.blogspot.com

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8. Like It Says...

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9. Christmas Card.


This is my card to friends and family, featuring the character from a film I'm currently working on. He's a disgraced Parisian racecar driver who is now a cab driver. In this instance, he seems to be taking Santa for a ride.

R.

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10. tee hee hee!

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11. Iconic troubles

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12. Krampus and Zwarte Piet

Zwarte Piet and Krampus are legendary companions of Saint Nicholas.

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13. The Real Icons


These guys right here are the REAL deal.
the real icons of CHRISTmas.
I dunno exactly when the commercial sense of the season
started to give more credit to Northern Winter Characters,
like Snowmen, Reindeers and elves.
But hey!...We all live in peace and Harmony.
Merry christmas.

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14. Not Santa Claus or Mr. Scrooge...


it's Mrs. Santa Claus!! woohoo! Merry Christmas everyone... Read the rest of this post

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